October was another month full of new books for me. I bought too many again, but also received quite a few for review. I don’t have pictures of everything, but I’ll share what I have below.
These were all purchased from Barnes & Noble online.
Night Of Cake & Puppets
You Bring The Distant Near
The Gallery Of Unfinished Girls
Continue reading “October 2017 Book Haul: You probably guessed it, but it’s another huge one!”
After some issues with DHS, my FairlyLoot box finally showed up. This box was packed with so many incredible items!
This month’s theme was Villainous.
Continue reading “October 2017 FairyLoot Box”
I can’t believe October is already over! The month flew by. I was able to finish 10 books this month and really enjoyed everything I read.
Wonder Woman Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo 5 stars
Approximately Yours by Julie Hammerle (digital arc) 4 stars
Continue reading “October Wrap Up”
The theme for OwlCrate’s October box was Find Me In The Forest.
Continue reading “October 2017 OwlCrate Unboxing”
This is going to be a long one! I still haven’t purchased all the September releases I want and October looks just as crazy. I have pre-ordered a couple of these and just found out I won a copy of All The Crooked Saints (yay me!), so that helps. I may have to order a few more to spread it out. I also know I’ll get a couple of these from OwlCrate and FairyLoot.
The Goblins of Bellwater by Molly Ringle (not sure why this is an odd release date, but I’m really looking forward to this one)
Ringer by Lauren Oliver (I have this one ordered for a book signing.)
27 Hours by Tristina White (I read this one recently)
Top Ten by Katie Cotugno
The Hanging Girl by Eileen Cook (I also read this one)
Continue reading “Another month of going broke. My most anticipated October 2017 releases.”
Summary From Goodreads:
Skye Thorn has given tarot card readings for years, and now her psychic visions are helping the police find the town’s missing golden girl. It’s no challenge—her readings have always been faked, but this time she has some insider knowledge. The kidnapping was supposed to be easy—no one would get hurt and she’d get the money she needs to start a new life. But a seemingly harmless prank has turned dark, and Skye realizes the people she’s involved with are willing to kill to get what they want and she must discover their true identity before it’s too late.
Continue reading “Review of The Hanging Girl by Eileen Cook (digital arc)”
I requested these all at different times. Before this, I had one approved (which I reviewed) and one declined. I just received an e-mail with 7 approvals. Harper must like me today. I had to share it with others who would appreciate it, too.
I already have my next few books planned, but it looks like I’ll be busy reading these soon. Thank you Edelweiss and Harper!