Do you hear the people sing? It is the song of Pamela, who finished the first of five books comprising Hugo's Les Misérables. Ha-HA!
In addition to that, here's what I'm reading:
All Saints' Eve by Amelia B. Edwards. I'm a sucker for Victorian mysteries and supernatural tales. This is like comfort food. Not particularly mind-blowing, but cozy in a creepy sort of way.
MARTians by Blythe Woolston. I loved Woolston's last novel, Black Helicopters, and I feel like she really doesn't get the recognition she deserve. This is about our consumerist society, and I plan to consume it with gusto.
The Detour by S.A. Bodeen. This is Bodeen's fast-paced take on Misery, but with a teen writer who's so full of herself that she probably can't eat.
The Impostor Queen by Sarah Fine. The worldbuilding in this is top-notch. I mean, I kiss my fingers and say "Brava!" I may be dragging this out because I don't want to wait so long for the next one!