I think this gym thing is becoming a nice habit with me. I’ve gone every day last week except Thursday and then today I did a blogilates video and you guys I am getting healthy and feeling so good. How are you all doing with your fitness goals? I know that has nothing to do with books or shelves, but it’s nice to chat and be supported. As for books, I made out like a bandit this week.
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han (Requested Review Copy) – Listen here, I was up to my ears in jealousy over everyone with this book and I was like can’t stop can’t wait, so I put on my adult shoes and sent a request AND IT WORKED and I have read this book and it was worth the BEGGING. My review should be posting on Tuesday I think. I shifted things around just so I could talk about how much I love this book.
This Side Of Salvation by Jeri Smith-Ready (Requested Review Copy) – Ahhhhhh, this book is about grief and one of those Heaven-type cults, so you totally know this is an April book so I figured I might as well ask for this one too.
Thanks so much Simon & Schuster Children’s Publishing, you are the best EVER.
Moment 14: Savage Drift by Emmy Laybourne (Requested Review Copy) – I just need to see how this series ends. I NEED TO KNOW YOU GUYS. I hope to be reading this soon-ish.
I Kill The Mockingbird by Paul Acampora (Requested Review Copy) – To Kill A Mockingbird is among my top five favorite books of all time so when I saw this in the catalog being offered up to me I KNEW I HAD TO HAVE IT OR BE SAD AND JEALOUS and so it is in my hands and you can expect me to read this soon. And that cover guys. I already prematurely love this book and will be devastated if my expectations are not met.
Rebel by Amy Tintera (Unsolicited Review Copy) – I’ve got this from Edelweiss, but I do love actual hard copies so you can bet I will read this. It’s the sequel to Reboot and apparently it’s a duology which makes me happy so I will read this to encourage more duologies.
Split Second by Kasie West (Unsolicited Review Copy) – Confession: I still haven’t read Pivot Point. Do you think I’d like it?
Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children: The Graphic Novel by Ransom Riggs and Cassandra Jean (Accepted Review Copy) – I think I am going to read this soon to refresh myself before I read The Hollow City. Oh my goodness do I love graphic novels.
Moth And Spark by Anne Leonard (Accepted Review Copy) – Usually I just ignore adult request emails but THIS ONE CONVINCED ME AND THAT COVER YOU GUYS AND GAME OF THRONES COMPARISON, also, I read a Viking-published book last year and loved it and I want to try more new things so yay. I actually plan on reading this one next week.
The Geography Of You And Me by Jennifer E. Smith (Vine) – That cover, so blue, so right. Listen, I haven’t met a Jennifer E. Smith book I don’t like.
The Glass Casket by McCormick Templeman (Vine) – I haven’t heard anything about this cover, but the blurb sold me and I will always and forever love fairy tale elements.
Half Bad by Sally Green (Vine) – Guys, this cover is SILVER. Also, it’s about witches so I basically need to read it.It’s like a requirement for living.
I am feeling lazy so won’t go through mp3 audiobooks and ebooks.
What did you get this week? Link me to your haul!
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