Stacking the Shelves: July in Books

August 1st, 2015 12:00 pm by Kelly Garbato

This month has been pretty slow, book mail-wise. Which is probably a good thing, since my shelves are stuffed enough that I’m actually thinking about the possibility of maybe one day doing a purge. The odds are 50/50 at this point.

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St. Martin’s Griffin sent me an ARC of Marie Marquardt’s upcoming contemporary issues romance, Dream Things True.

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I won a copy each of Feuds and Torn, from Avery Hasting’s Feuds duology (?), courtesy of Paper Lantern Lit. Don’t they look so purrrty together?

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Last but not least, I won ARCs of the upcoming titles Zeroes and Forever for a Year in an online giveaway from @sajdao.

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Oh! I almost forgot! My #BookLove #bookmail from @randomhouse’s 16 Days of Summer giveaway!


 

I also snagged a few great deals on ebooks this month:

  • Every Day (Every Day #1) by David Levithan ($1.99)
  • Blackbirds (Miriam Black #1) by Chuck Wendig ($1.99)
  • Winterkill (Winterkill #1) by Kate A. Boorman ($3.99)
  • The End Has Come (The Apocalypse Triptych, #3) edited by John Joseph Adams ($1.99)
  • A Thousand Pieces of You (Firebird #1) by Claudia Gray ($1.99)
  • The Salt Roads by Nalo Hopkinson ($2.49)
  • The Monstrumologist (The Monstrumologist #1) by Rick Yancey ($1.99)
  • All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven ($2.99)
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    For review on NetGalley:

  • The Scorpion Rules (Prisoners of Peace) by Erin Bow
  • Moletown by Torben Kuhlmann
  • A Tale of Two Mommies by Vanita Oelschlager and Mike Blanc
  • Illuminae (The Illuminae Files) by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff
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    For review on Edelweiss:

  • A Madness So Discreet by Mindy MicGinnis
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    For review on Library Thing:

  • nEvermore! Tales of Murder, Mystery and the Macabre edited by Nancy Kilpatrick and Caro Soles
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