Showcase Sunday is a weekly meme hosted by Vicky at Books, Biscuits and Tea. The aim is to showcase our newest books or book related swag and to see what everyone else received for review, borrowed from libraries, bought in bookshops and downloaded onto eReaders this week.
I'd Tell you I Love You, but then I'll Have to Kill You by Ally Carter
Cross my Heart & Hope to Spy by Ally Carter
Don't Judge a Girl by Her Cover by Ally Carter
Heist Society by Ally Carter
Suicide Notes by Michael Thomas Ford
Another brilliant two week showcase for me, that I honestly can’t decide which book I want to start with first. Tesco books has brilliant giveaways every Friday on twitter. I was quite surprised when I won a set of Ally Carter books (as I never win anything). The best thing about winning these books was that they’re all signed by Ally Carter!
Thank you to Maja from the Nocturnal library (one of my favourite book blogging friends) for Suicide Notes. I’ve read some great reviews for this book and also the fact that it’s one of Maja’s favourites makes me more excited to read it.
Nailed by Jennifer Laurens
34 Pieces of You by Carmen Rodrigues
I couldn’t resist 34 Pieces of You, it’s about three teenagers who have to deal with the death of their friend Ellie, she’s left 34 clues behind, so by sorting through the clues, hopefully they can come to terms with her death, but also keep their own secrets under wraps too! The cover and premise gives off such a dark vibe, I think this is the sort of book I need right now!
Over to Rachel to see the lovelies she received.
Well so much for my so-called “requesting ban.” I gave myself a stern talking to, but alas, seeing books on other blogs made my resolve melt into a puddle of mush. *sigh* I guess this isn’t as much as I thought but still, six books.
Broken by A. E. Rought
by Dante's Girl by Courtney Cole
Love Unscripted Tina Reber
Thank you to Strange Chemistry, Lakehouse Press, Simon and Schuster, and Netgalley.
Beg for Mercy by Shannon Dermott
The Unfed by Kirsty McKay
The Day Before by Lisa Schroeder
Okay, I must spread some blame around, because really, these are not all my fault. I must blame Suzanne at Paranormal Book Fan for Beg For Mercy. If she hadn’t tempted me with her review for the No Mercy and then topped it off by saying the first in the series, BFM was .99 cents at Amazon, I wouldn’t never bought it! After reading Meg’s review for The Day Before at Vegan YANerds, I was online buying a copy before I could help myself! See, it’s not my fault. I saw Broken on everyone else’s Sunday haul and knowing it was just sitting there, begging to be requested at Netgalley, I gave in. I really do need to enroll in a Bookaholics Anonymous. The first step is admitting you have a problem, right?
What did you get in your showcase this week? Leave us a link and we'll check it out.
Also sorry guys my comments (Jasprit) on your blogs have been a bit sporadic as of late, things have been crazy with guests, work and packing, I'm finally going on holiday this week to Prague, so I'm planning to catch up with all your lovely blogs when I get back!