Aug 26 2014 8:15am

What Book Are You Reading First?

Irresistible Force by D.D. AyresToday is a HUGE book release day, and as an avid reader (like we all are), chances are good you've been eagerly anticipating at least one of the books being released today, if not more.

So what book are you reading first? How do you decide what book to choose, if you've got more than one new release calling your name?

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1. Kahintenn
Historical romance fan here, and today is a new release bonanza! I'm starting with Liz Carlyle's The Earl's Mistress and Kristen Callihan's Evernight. I have Lecia Cornwall's What A Lady Most Desires and Lorraine Heath's Once More, MyDarling Rogue on hold at the e-library. After that I'll track down the new releases from Delaine, Essex, Putney, McCarty, and Campbell.

Feels like having money in the bank!
2. Lady A.
For me first Callihan, then Robards, Heath, SEP and Douglas.
3. Kahintenn
I just realized I didn't answer the second part of the question.

I buy the ones I can't wait for, and reserve whatever the e-library has. Once I read those I will buy again if I can't wait, if other holds haven't become available. My library's ebook system is pretty good, and they buy based on recommendations from members, so I use the H&H new releases shopping list each month to make recos for the library to buy. They are pretty good about getting the recommended books.
4. Beth A
Carr, Shalvis, SEP, Brown, Gibson
5. lauralee1912
@ Kahintenn - my local library recently started asking for recommendations from members. I'll have to see how that works for me.

I am expecting The Homecoming by Robyn Carr on my doorstep today and plan to start reading it tonight. On a big release day like today, I usually pick my favorite author or series to read first. I'm also anticipating reading The Laird by Grace Burrowes next week.
6. mrejane
I will read Irresistible Force first even though it was a little pricier than the books I normally choose to read oO
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7. JenniferProffitt
@kahintenn, so glad to hear that our shopping list has helped you! And so neat that your library takes recommendations.

@mrejane, That's what I'm reading too!
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