What I’m Reading: Jane Higgins’ “The Bridge ” & Kristin Cashore’s “Bitterblue”
I haven’t had a lot of time for reading lately because ‘there’s been a lot happening’ with both trying to get some traction on writing the next book in The Wall of Night series and doing all the necessary and very important publicity around release of The Gathering of the Lost. Running-just-to-stand-still time, that’s for sure.
But in amongst all of that, I have still managed to read and thoroughly enjoy Jane Higgins’ The Bridge, which is future dystopian SFF for YA readers—although I feel it will appeal to discerning readers of all ages.
Both very well deserved successes imho.
I also recently finished reading Kristin Cashore’s latest YA Fantasy, Bitterblue (featured under “Just Arrived” here), which I also enjoyed. In fact it may just be my favourite Kristin Cashore yet—yes, even though one of those previously read titles was Graceling.
And there is the possibility of an interview with Kristin Cashore sometime in June—so watch this space for that.
So how about you? What are you reading and enjoying right now?