Lots of Georgette Heyer. She continues to be AWESOME. Couldn’t get into False Colours but enjoyed The Tollgate after reading Charity Girl! Loved The Convenient Marriage (which is very similar to, but somewhat different from, April Lady). Why Shoot a Butler? is ok, but the main character is kind of a jerk.
Pride of Baghdad by Brian K. Vaughan (click on book covers for linky!)
In the Stacks: Stories about Libraries and Librarians edited by Michael Cart
My Point… and I do have one by Ellen DeGeneres
Wolf Hunting by Jane Lindskold. I came in at the middle of this series but I like it quite a bit.
the Bernie Rhodenbarr series by Lawrence K. Block
I Shall Wear Midnight by Terry Pratchett. Tiffany Aching’s deepest and darkest and most enticing book yet.
PG Wodehouse populates my kindle. The juvenalia is awful and was deleted (I already read it once in libraryback and it wasn’t worth it) but there’s still a few gems in his early stuff.
Once again… don’t let me go to the library alone!