- Blackout/All Clear by Connie Willis
- Cryoburn by Lois McMaster Bujold
- The Dervish House by Ian McDonald
- Feed by Mira Grant
- The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N.K. Jemisin
I am not sure whether I am obsessed or merely passionate. Yesterday, the Hugo Award nominees were to be announced after 2pm PDT. I went on-line around 2:15 and checked the list of nominated novels against the books in our county library system. I found we didn’t have The Dervish House. By 2:30, I already had e-mailed the library requesting it buy the book. I have not read any of these books yet.
Blackout is also nominated for a Nebula Award. Blackout and All Clear is/are essentially one novel divided into two books. I enjoyed Willis’ previous two Hugo Award winning time-travel books and am looking forward to reading this/these one/two.
Cryoburn is the fourteenth book in the Vorkosigan Saga. I left off at the ninth. I guess I will be busy reading this series for awhile.
The Dervish House recently won The British Science Fiction Award and is nominated for the Clarke award.
Feed is written by Seanan McGuire under the pen name Mira Grant. I am not familiar with the author. This looks likes it is the first in a series.
The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms is also nominated for a Nebula Award. This is the first book in a trilogy.
I still have six—some very long—books to go before I have finished reading the Hugo Award winning novels from 1958 to the present. Hopefully I will begin to read the 2011 nominees late in May.