AKA Showcase Sunday
It’s glorious weather here at the moment. Have actually been sat on the beach in shorts and vest top today. This is reward for putting up with all that stormy weather over winter, I’m sure.
Where have all these books come from?! Slightly annoyingly, most the unsolicited ones sound like things I quite fancy reading. Maybe I can give up sleep? I’m so excited to have gotten copies of Goose and the new Rainbow Rowell. SQUEE! I did have a bit of snuffle round NetGalley last week too.
I also got my delayed Ninja Book Swap parcel (well it’s a replacement for my naughty AWOL one, Bex and Hanna are the best). I got Every Day, The Dead Girls Detective Agency (I want to put an apostrophe in there somewhere) and Geekhood: Close Encounters of the Girl Kind and some purple and pink wool.
Goose by Dawn O’Porter (Hot Key Books)
Landline by Rainbow Rowell (Orion)
The Crimson Ribbon by Katherine Clements (Headline)
Nagasaki by Éric Faye (Gallic Books)
The Fortune Hunter by Daisy Goodwin (Headline)
Gone Are the Leaves by Anne Donovan (Canongate)
The Flavours of Love by Dorothy Koomson (Quercus)
The Way Back Home by Freya North (HarperCollins)
Astonish Me by Maggie Shipstead (Blue Door)
Beautiful Day by Kate Anthony (Penguin)
Heartman by M.P. Wright (Black & White Publishing)
The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski (Bloomsbury)
The Wizard’s Promise by Cassandra Rose Clarke (Strange Chemistry)
The Man Who Couldn’t Stop by David Adam (Faber)
Glaze by Kim Curran
Showcase Sunday is hosted by Books, Biscuits & Tea.
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