August 17, 2010

IMPATIENT

Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's supposed to be Waiting on Wednesday, and it's only Tuesday, but you know what? I DON'T CARE.

Mockingjay is being released on the 24th of this very month. But is that today? Why, no, it is not.

Monster Blood Tattoo 3, Factorum, is coming out soon. But not today.

I Shall Wear Midnight, the third book in the Tiffany Aching story is out September 2. Which isn't today.

Blameless, the third novel in Gail Carringer's Parasol Protectorate series, is out September 1, and the next book after that is out the following July. I may die before then. I will at least have to reread the entire series. Again.

Why don't publishers just give me all the books I want, right now!??!

::sigh::

Okay, entertain me. For what are you impatient?

7 comments:

Doret said...

Mockingjay. Though I refused to get sucked into any of the prerelease buzz.

I just want the book. Plus all of that would make my expectations for Mockingjay sky high. And they are high enough already.

The Broken Kingdoms by NK Jemisin
comes out Nov. 3, can't wait to read it.

aquafortis said...

I'm impatient about MOCKINGJAY, too. Also the third volume of Kathleen Duey's series, since I just re-read #1 so I could read #2 and I'm now completely hooked again!

Colleen said...

I just ordered Blameless from Powells - I'm not sure if their site is lying or not but it shows as being on the shelf right now. (It's not embargoed, so maybe they have it?) Amazon shows it as due Aug 31st.

I just want it. NOW.

aquafortis said...

OK, I'm sorry to gloat, but I just have to. Guess what arrived in my mailbox today? A certain ARC by D.M. Cornish.

Tim Travaglini loves me. :)

tanita davis said...

OH, MY GOSH.
I hate you. Like, bookishly, anyway.

Saints and Spinners said...

Okay, NOW I'm impatient for I Shall Wear Midnight. Thank you for blogging it. I am no longer impatient for Mockingjay, as it's now a week later, and I've read it. Now, I'm impatient to read what you two have to write about it. How's that?

Oh yeah, and I'm looking forward to Kristin Cashore's Bitterblue, but I don't want her to hurry that at all. (Pullman took his time with The Amber Spyglass, and after reading it, I wish he had taken even more time with it.)

jess said...

Monsters of Men! Also Mockingjay, but I've got enough patience to wait for a library copy (I'm high on the holds list). And the 3rd Skin Hunger, but I like to wait until there's a publication date to get really antsy.