1. The Word Changers by Ashlee Willis
Girl reads book. Girl gets stuck in book. Book characters are rebelling against the Author and the Plot. Can I just say: ridiculously awesome idea?
2. Resistance by Jaye L. Knight
3. One Realm Beyond by Donita K. Paul
For a while, my library had all of Donita K. Paul's books. Then they stopped buying her new books. I was not happy.
4. The River of Time series by Lisa T. Bergen
5. The Revised Life of Ellie Sweet by Stephanie Morrill
As a rule, I do not read contemporary fiction. But as an author who has, on multiple occasions, threatened to put annoying people into her stories, reading about someone who actually does that sounds pretty fun.
6. Kestrel's Midnight Song by J.R. Parker
7. Quest for the Ivory Sword by Emmarayn Redding
Several of my friends have written and self-published books through CreateSpace or other self-publishing programs. Quest for the Ivory Sword is one of these, and it's one of the ones I most want to buy, since Emmarayn hadn't posted the story online beforehand, as some people had.
8. Stasis by J. Tobias Buller
Another self-published book by a friend. It just came out for Kindle a few days ago, and it looks awesome.
9. Tattered Heart by Annie Jackson
10. Relic by Heather Terrell
11. The Ryn and The Remedy by Serena Chase
I keep hearing so many good things about these books, but I just can't seem to get my hands on them.
12. Five Glass Slippers by multiple authors
There you have my list! What about you? What are some books you'd like to read but can't (yet)? Please tell me in the comments!
-Sarah (Leilani Sunblade)