This week's most anticipated is Feed by Mira Grant. It's about bloggers who are on the trail of the secret behind the zombie-pocalyse. Seriously FTW.
Also for review are Infinity by Sherrilyn Kenyon (I haven't read the other books set in this world but I hear you don't need to), The Fool's Girl by Celia Rees, Scarred by Julia Hoban (Willow in the US), White Cat by Holly Black, The Eternal Prison by Jeff Somers, Spirit Bound by Richelle Mead and Impossible by Nancy Werlin.
The awesome Lauren from the UK's I was a teenage book geek sent me Crashed by Robin Wasserman and Children of the Dust by Louise Lawrence. I have never heard of the latter but it's dystopian and she assures me I'll love it and I'm sure I will. I sent Lauren one of my favourite and little known and very hard to find Australian timeslip books, A Breath in May by Robin Hogan. Think Playing Beattie Bow meets Looking for Alibrandi.
Not books: I also received Simplicity pattern 2535, an eBay purchase. I've been invited to a burlesque party and I'm going to make option C (the red, white and black dress) in pink and white. I love dressing up! There will be pictures.
To continue the burlesque theme, here's Australian chanteuse Bertie Blackman with a cover of "Peek-A-Boo" by Siouxie and the Banshees.
Golly jeepers, where did you get those peepers?
Peep show, creep show, where did you get those eyes?