What I'm Reading: January 7

Pheeeeeeew. As we're only a month away from the Midwinter Meeting, I'm in the midst of reading for Bloomer deliberations—full speed ahead, giving it both barrels, and whatever other clichés might even tangentially sort of apply.

While full reviews will be few and far between until after the list is compiled, I'm still going to attempt to list what I've been reading. So! Since the beginning of 2018, I've read:

 Retribution Rails, by Erin Bowman

Retribution Rails, by Erin Bowman

 A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea, by Melissa Fleming

A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea, by Melissa Fleming

 Murder, Magic, and What We Wore, by Kelly Jones

Murder, Magic, and What We Wore, by Kelly Jones

Novels:

Retribution Rails, by Erin Bowman

Murder, Magic, and What We Wore, by Kelly Jones

Nonfiction:

A Hope More Powerful Than the Sea, by Melissa Freeman

 Lines, by Suzy Lee

Lines, by Suzy Lee

 The Book of Mistakes, by Corinna Luyken

The Book of Mistakes, by Corinna Luyken

Fiction Picture Books:

Maple Syrup from the Sugarhouse, by Laurie Lazzaro Knowlton

Apple Farmer Annie, by Monica Wellington

Lines, by Suzy Lee

Claymates, by Dev Petty

The Book of Mistakes, by Corrina Luyken

 Margaret and the Moon, by Dean Robbins

Margaret and the Moon, by Dean Robbins

 She Persisted, by Chelsea Clinton

She Persisted, by Chelsea Clinton

 Emmeline Pankhurst, by Lisbeth Kaiser

Emmeline Pankhurst, by Lisbeth Kaiser

 Meet Cute: Some People are Destined to Meet

Meet Cute: Some People are Destined to Meet

Short Stories:

From Meet Cute: Some People are Destined to Meet:

Siege Etiquette, by Katie Cotugno
Print Shop, by Nina LaCour
Hourglass, by Ibi Zoboi
Click, by Katharine McGee
The Intern, by Sara Shepard

Comic Book Issues:

Lumberjanes #44 
Lumberjanes #45 
Hawkeye #14 
Astro City #49 
Giant Days #23