Random Quote of the Day: “Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.” – Anne Frank
Hello sunshines! 🔆 Can you believe that this is my FIRST Book Haul of 2017?! I’ve accumulated a few books here and there but I finally have enough to post an ACTUAL Haul! I am so excited to share what books I’ve received/purchased thus far, so let’s get started!
SENT FOR REVIEW
- GOODBYE DAYS by Jeff Zetner
- MIRROR ME by Tara St. Pierre
SENT VIA UPPERCASE (and then some)
- DEFY THE STARS by Claudia Gray
- WORDS ON BATHROOM WALLS by Julia Walton
- SONG OF THE CURRENT by Sarah Tolcser
* of course I got other Uppercase Box books but these are the more recent ones
Random Quote of the Day: “An unhurried sense of time is in itself a form of wealth.” – Bonnie Friedman
Hello sunshines! 🔆 I am super proud of myself so far this 2017 as I have barely purchased any novels for the past 3 months. However, I was sent a few for review, won a couple via giveaways, and received some from Uppercase, so that is what I will be sharing with you all today! None of the novels today were technically “purchased” outside of my norm (subscription boxes), so that was pretty awesome (: Let’s get to it!
Uppercase Box Jan.-Mar.
JANUARY – FROSTBLOOD by Elly Blake // FEBRUARY – BY YOUR SIDE by Kasie West // MARCH – HUNTED by Megan Spooner
SENT FOR REVIEW
Processed with VSCO with g3 preset
PUCK by Kim Askew and Amy Holmes // GIRL IN PIECES by Kathleen Glasgow
Random Fact of the Day: The Taj Mahal took 20 years and 20 thousand men to finish.
Hello sunshines! 🔆 It’s been a good 3-4 months since I’ve posted a book haul, so here I am with my accumulative haul from October-December! Most of these novels were accumulated this month because of the holiday season, but a few were sent via subscription box, review, etc. So, that’s how I’ll be sectioning this haul.
SENT FOR REVIEW/UPPERCASE BOX/GIVEAWAY
- The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon
- Ever the Hunted by Erin Summerill
- Vassa In the Night by Sarah Porter
SENT FOR REVIEW:
- Death By Roses by Vivian R. Probst
- The Midnight Society by Rhonda Shermon