Thursday, October 07, 2010

Another Personal Challenge for 2011 - Help me decide!

This year I'm catching up on Lynn Viehl's Darkyn series thanks to a challenge hosted by J. Kaye. I have so many other series to catch up on, and some of the are well known series that I haven't even started on yet! I'm going to pose another personal challenge to myself to knock one of these series out in 2011, and you're going to help me decide which one!

I've put a poll up on the side bar, so please go vote over there! My first poll, so I'm excited to watch it, yeah, I know, I'm a weirdo!

Here are the series I've narrowed it down to (just posting the first book in each):

Rachel Caine's Weather Warden Series

Joanne Baldwin is a Weather Warden. Usually, all it takes is a wave of her hand to tame the most violent weather. But now, she's trying to outrun another kind of storm: accusations of corruption and murder. So, she's resorting to the very human tactic of running for her life...

Her only hope is Lewis, the most powerful warden known. Unfortunately, he's stolen not one but three bottles of Djinn-making him the most wanted man on earth. Still, she's racing hard to find him-before the bad weather closes in fast...


Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse Series

Sookie Stackhouse is a cocktail waitress in small-town Louisiana, but she keeps to herself and doesn't date much because of her "disability" to read minds. When she meets Bill, Sookie can't hear a word he's thinking. He's the type of guy she's waited for all of her life, but he has a disability, too--he's a vampire with a bad reputation. When one of Sookie's coworkers is killed, she fears she's next.



Kim Harrison's Rachel Morgan Series

The underground population of witches, vampires, werewolves—creatures of dreams and nightmares—has lived beside humans for centuries, hiding their powers. But after a genetically engineered virus wipes out a large part of humanity, many of the "Inderlanders" reveal themselves, changing everything.

Rachel Morgan, witch and bounty hunter with the Inderland Runner Services, is one of the best at apprehending supernatural lawbreakers throughout Cincinnati, but when it comes to following the rules, she falls desperately short. Determined to buck the system, she quits and takes off on the run with an I.S. contract on her head and is reluctantly forced to team up with Ivy, Inderland's best runner . . . and a living vampire. But this witch is way out of her league, and to clear her name, Rachel must evade shape-changing assassins, outwit a powerful businessman/crime lord, and survive a vicious underground fight-to-the-death . . . not to mention her own roommate.


Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld Series

Ever since her parents were killed in a car accident when she was five, Elena Michaels has longed for a normal family life. Smart, beautiful, and engaged to be married, Elena hopes to fulfill that dream when disaster strikes. Not only has her fiancé lied about his secret life as a werewolf, but he's made her one, too. She has no choice but to join him at Stonehaven, the upstate New York home of an elite pack of werewolves.

In an attempt to break away, she moves to Toronto to lead a normal life. Working as a journalist, Elena now lives with her new architect boyfriend, works out in the basement gym of their high-rise apartment, lunches with girlfriends from the office, and once a week, at four in the morning runs naked and furred through a downtown Toronto ravine, ripping out the throats of her animal prey. But when a band of outlaw werewolves threatens the Stonehaven pack, Elena's feral instincts drive her back there to join the defense. What follows is a war for territory, for pride, and ultimately for Elena herself.

I'm leaving my poll open until the end of the year, so please go vote!

3 comments:

  1. I'd vote for Sookie. She's like crack for the literate set.

    I liked Kelley Armstrong's first book in the Women of the Underworld series, but wasn't into it enough to keep reading. I'm sure one day, when the piles around here have shrunk, I'll fix that.

    I started off really liking the Weather Warden series, but by book six, I'd had it. I won't be finishing the series.

    There ya go. A few thoughts of my own. Do with them what you will.

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  2. You're supposed to go vote in my poll on the side bar, not tell me here! ;) I'm all excited about my poll, so go click something! (I know I'm going to regret saying that...)

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  3. I voted :D but I am not telling you what I chose :P

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