New arrivals this week......
The Crawling Darkness by J.L. Bryan from author for review
Love Bomb by Jenny McLachlan from publisher & netgalley for review
Better When He's Bold by Jay Crownover from publisher for review
Life Unaware by Cole Gibsen from netgalley for review
Purchased/ Gifted or Freebies
Where She Went by Gayle Forman purchased by myself
The Novice is one that has been on my radar for a while and I am so happy I am already pre-approved for the publisher and I was able to get this the minute it was added. The Crawling Darkness is the third book in this series and another one I can't wait to read. I really enjoyed the previous book in this series. Love Bomb I got from netgalley, but also received a physical copy in the post. I enjoyed the first book in the series and I am intrigued by this one. Better When He's Bold is a book I have been desperate to read since I finished the first book. I LOVE Jay and her work and I am excited to start this one soon. Looking For Alaska is the 10th anniversary edition, it's a hardback in a lovely foil cover. This will be one I read at home so it doesn't get damaged in the travel journeys. Life Unaware sounds interesting and was one I didn't expect to get approved for.
I have already read Gayle's books, and I was planning to get the box set edition from The Book Depository. But when I saw these in the shop I had to buy them, not only were they cheaper, but they definitely matched.
Highlights from the last two weeks
- Its your last few hours left to vote for your favourite cover of Independent Study with Book Wars.
- I posted a mini review of The Only Answer on Tuesday.
- Take a look and see book what I'm Waiting on Wednesday for.
- Life of a Blogger shares what bad habits I have.
- My 5 star review of Ensnared by A.G. Howard went live yesterday.
- Take a look at the first chapter of Blurred Lines by Jen McLaughlin
Around the blogosphere
I saw a post on twitter by Melissa Marr about The Third Twin, she shares her reasons why you should buy this book. I re-tweeted and tweeted the link on twitter, but thought I would also share it on my blog.
Harlequin have a cover spotlight on Maria V. Snyder's books. They look absolutely amazing and I am so tempted to buy these myself.