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Currently reading: Cinder by Marissa Meyer.

Sunday, 1 July 2012

Letterbox Love #2


Okay, so. It's a new day, and a new month!!! It's been a few weeks since I did my last (and first...) Letterbox Love post. I've been meaning to do it weekly but things have been quite busy my end recently, hence the silence around here. For the first time in 7 weeks, I have a weekend off! Yay! So I'm able to update this! I also have the next week off and I'm going to attempt to get out of this reading slump I'm currently in, and get some reading done and maybe even a review or two written!

Anyway, I will apologise to start, if I have missed any books out. I tried to find them all but sometimes they hide! If I find any that weren't included, I'll try and get them included in a post later on! 

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Rebel Heart by Moira Young (Eeep! Sequel to Blood Red Road!! So excited!)
Magyk, Flyte, Physik, Queste, Syren and Darke by Angie Sage (Ooh! Read the first one ages ago and loved it and these new covers are awesome!!! Very shiny!)


Divergent and Insurgent by Veronica Roth (US hardbacks... Could not resist!).
The Chemickal Marriage by G.W. Dahlquist.
Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult and Samantha Van Leer.
Metawars by Jeff Norton.
Shattered Dreams by Ellie James.
Earthfall by Mark Walden.
The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielsen.
Taken By Storm by Jennifer Lynn Barnes.
The Spook's Blood by Joseph Delaney.


Signed sampler of The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater.
I'm looking forward to this one. I'll admit to being disappointed by The Scorpio Races so really hoping I like this. Haven't had a chance to read the sampler yet, but I am loving the cover!

Thanks to all the awesome publisicts and publishers! Including, Bloomsbury, Scholastic, Puffin, Quercus, Random House, Orchard and Hodder. You guys rock!

Happy reading!


2 comments:

  1. Dude! Do you like have no shame at all? You've written less than ten reviews this year and publishers still send you books? That's just rude. Perhaps if I set up a blog and just padded it out with book cover "reveals", and boasts about which books I have received ("Letterbox Love" ffs such a blatant rip-off of In My Mailbox)then maybe I would get heaps of free books too! Except I have integrity and pay for my books.

    And please stop trying to beg for books from publishers on Twitter - it makes you look more than just a little greedy.

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    1. Ace books Ryan. How cool are the new Septimus Heap covers?!

      Oh and Summer, sometimes real life means blogging comes lower on the list of priorities. I've hardly blogged this year because of personal family issues but everyone understands and has been supportive.

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