I’m going through a bit of a package and book mail dry spell, but I am kind of really okay with that. Today I mailed out six books. In a week, I will mail out another 9 books and will hopefully cut down on just a little bit of book clutter. You see, I want to get to the point where I have gotten rid of enough that I can feel not so guilty by ordering a few more. I absolutely can’t order anything now because there’s no space for it. Alas, such is the life of a book hoarder. I’m currently reading†The Geography Of You And Me by Jennifer E. Smith today, about 141 pages in so I am hoping to finish it before dinner time. What are you reading?
The Chance by Robyn Carr (Unsolicited Review Copy) – Unfortunately as a reader, I think Carr’s books are like oil to my water. I am just not a fan. This will be going into my donate bag. Here’s a summary though.
Silver by Chris Wooding (Unsolicited Review Copy) – This book sounds a lot like†The Well’s End which I just read the other weekend and really enjoyed. I am looking forward to reading this one.
Save The Date by Jen Doll (Accepted Review Copy) – I love the cover of this book. It’s an adult book, but one I think I can actually relate to given that so many people I know are getting married.
Mambo In Chinatown by Jean Kwok (Accepted Review Copy) – So excited for this! I really loved†Girl In Translation, Kwok’s debut which actually would be a great crossover book if you are looking to try adult books and take a break from YA.
The Appetites Of Girls by Pamela Moses (Accepted Review Copy) – This sounds like literary new adult, in that it’s about four girls who are totally different and suitemates in college and ahhhh, I am so looking forward to it. Also, it’s from the Amy Einhorn imprint which I’ve had great luck with so far.
Bleed Like Me by Christa Desir – I am so excited to read this because I LOVED Fault Line. Also? Christa is really insightful and her tweets usually are so thoughtful and interesting.
The Last Wild by Piers Torday – I absolutely love the cover of this middle grade book. It’s utterly gorgeous. This is a book about a world where animals don’t exist until one day a twelve year old boy is whisked away to see the last of the animals. Oh my goodness, I am SO EXCITED TO READ THIS.
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