Tynga of Tynga's Reviews is starting a new meme to spotlight the books we receive each week. She explains at her site. She also does a very nice vlog each week showing her books (and hopefully her new baby).
Another option is Mailbox Monday which was originally started by Marcia at A Girl and Her Books. She hosted it for a long time but in April 2010 she decided to make it a traveling meme. You can see all the details here. You will also find a list of the 2012 hosts.
Martha from Reviews by Martha's Bookshelf will be hosting in May.
I guarantee that your TBR pile will grow when you see all the wonderful books everyone gets. You will also discover lots of great blogs and lots of books that you won't be able to live without.
Deadlocked by Charlaine Harris is the twelfth book in the Sookie Stackhouse series. I needed to find out what was happening in Sookie's complicated life. This was a quieter book that is tying off some plot threads but was still very enjoyable. It is hard to believe that the next book will be the last one in the series. I have been reading this series since 2001.
Dragon Ship by Sharon Lee and Steve Miller is also a new entry in a long-running series. It is the fourth book in the Theo Waitley series but is the fifteenth book (I think) in their larger Liaden Universe series. I love these character driven science fiction stories. I bought the eARC the day it was available and now have to wait months until I can hold the print book in my hand.
Here are the three books I haven't had a chance to read yet:
Heart of Brass by Kate Cross is the start of a new steampunk series for adults. I am almost certain that she also writes young adult steampunk under the name of Kady Cross. Both seem to by pseudonyms for Kathryn Smith who also writes romances.
The Last Boyfriend by Nora Roberts is the second book in the Inn Boonsboro series of romances with ghosts. This one is right near the top of my TBR mountain and should be read soon.
Royal Street by Suzanne Johnson was added to my stack because of the great cover and the great reviews I read about it online. I couldn't resist this new urban fantasy that takes place in a post-Katrina New Orleans.