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.
Hey everyone, I hope you've all been reading some great books! April seemed to be a month of brilliant releases. I forgot how many books I had pre-ordered but was very excited to see them arrive. I have devoured every single book by Jenny Han, so couldn't wait to get my hands on her latest book. The same can be said of Laini Taylor's Dreams of Gods and Monsters, I am dying to know how things will end in her series. I'm actually attending a Laini Taylor event this week, she will be hosting a discussion and a signing afterwards, I can't wait!
What I Thought was True by Huntley Fitzpatrick | To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han | Let's Get Lost by Adi Alsaid.
Thank you MIRA Ink
Thank you Sarah Alderson.
Out of Control by Sarah Alderson | Dreams of Gods & Monsters by Laini Taylor | Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn.
Sarah Alderson is another of my go to authors. she is wonderful in creating stories that you just want to get lost in, she was sweet enough to give early copies of Out of Control and her adult novel Come Back to Me. See what I mean now? I received so many brilliant books all in one go, that I have no clue where to start (so far I've only been able to read What I Thought was True from this stack :( ).
Let's see the pretties Rachel received.
Red at Night by Katie McGarry | All You Need is Love by Marie Force | Speak No Evil by Allison Brennan
Thank you to Berkley!
I didn’t get too much this week. I’m trying to make a dent (as always) in my review pile anyhow. I’m really excited for All You Need is Love after reading Andrea’s @The Bookish Babe review. It sounds just like the sweet romance I gravitate to. Red At Night was a freebie novella by Katie McGarry and I’ve loved all her YA romances, so how could I pass it up? Speak No Evil was offered to me on sale when I logged into my audible account. I saw high ratings so I scooped it up! I’ve been listening to it and it’s a procedural crime/mystery sort of along the lines of Criminal Minds and it’s really good! Really disturbing, but really good! I don’t want to stop listening to it at the end of my commute.
If you posted a book haul this week, we would love to see what you received, so leave us a link in the comments and we'll be over to check it out!