#5OnMyTBR: More Than One Author

#5OnMyTBR is a bookish meme hosted by E. @ Local Bee Hunter’s Nook  and you can learn more about it here or in the post announcing it. It occurs every Monday when we post about 5 books on our TBR.

#5OnMyTBR March 13th: More Than One Author

Mandem – Edited by Iggy London

One of the greatest things about reading is the ability to read different POVs, and this collection of essays definitely has POVs quite different from my own (as a cis bi white woman). It’s an exploration of what it means to be a Black man in contemporary Britain, and I’m looking forward to reading it.

Unquiet Spirits: Essays by Asian Women in Horror – Edited by Lee Murray, Angela Yuriko Smith

I’m a fan of Horror non-fiction, and I’m a fan of essays, and the essays in this book contain themes – otherness, identity, expectation, duty, and loss – I’m incredibly interested in. I’m keen to see these different perspectives on a genre I love.

At Midnight: 15 Beloved Fairy Tales Reimagined – Edited by Dahlia Adler

I love anthologies, and I think they can be hugely underrated! I especially love when I find anthologies with some authors I know and love, and others I’ve never heard of – they can really be a great way of discovering new favourites, and I’m super excited to dig into this.

Someone Had to Do It by Amber & Danielle Brown

Have a look at the blurb and tell me this doesn’t sound absolutely riveting! Part of me is completely fascinated by author duos, and this book sounds totally engrossing. I’m keen to check out the work of Amber & Danielle Brown for the first time, especially with a book that sounds like a real page turner.

Three Kisses, One Midnight by Roshani Chokshi, Sandhya Menon, Evelyn Skye

That cover! That blurb! This book sounds so cute, and like it might be a perfect pick me up. I really think I’ll enjoy this one – it’s got a lot of interesting elements and as with the previous book, I’m totally intrigued to see how writing with three authors comes across.

If you have any multiple author books you’re looking forward to, or even any you’d like to recommend, I’d love to hear about them!


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