- Ninety-Five Percent Human by Suzanna Williams: a young adult alien adventure inspired by the 'Welsh Roswell', an alleged UFO crash in the Berwyn Mountains in 1974.
- A is for Angelica by Iain Broome: his debut novel, "Gordon Kingdom struggles with the fate of his seriously-ill wife while patiently observing and methodically recording the lives of those around him: his neighbours." The reviews promise me dark comedy and even darker despair.
- Dream Country by Donna Sorenson (sorry, Donna, I can't find the correct crossed o to put in your name): her first book of poems. As I'm looking to return to writing poetry myself this year, I thought Dream Country would be a good taster.
- Between Two Thorns by Emma Newman: the first novel in the Split Worlds series. Okay, fantasy is my favourite genre so this isn't far from my comfort zone but I've been raring to read her books since I came across them.
- Touch of Death by Kelly Hashway: Another fantasy novel, this time in the young adult sector. Kelly is a prolific and diverse writer across genres and age groups.
So there you have it. I have Suzanna's novel in book form but since I received a Kobo mini at Christmas, I may read the others as e-books (if my husband will be kind enough to download them for me. I still have to learn how to do that. Thank heavens for my gadget loving husband.). What are you reading this year?