Sunday ‘Shelve it’!

 

Hosted by Magan + Estelle @ Rather Be Reading

Shelve It is a meme created by Magan & Estelle on their blog Rather Be Reading, which seeks to showcase our enthusiam for books and our excitement for those we have recently required. It’s basically a weekly meme that displays all the books we have recently recieved whether these be books I have puchased myself, been given from a publisher, recieved from NetGalley, loaned from the library or friends, or won in a giveaway etc.. .The possibilites are endless. It’s also doubles as weekly wrap up with links from our blogs and other book related banter. 

Being my first Shelve It post, I have an abnormally large amount of books to list – this won’t always be the case I can assure you – though I will only be covering those I’ve revieved in the last week or two. By clicking on the title of each book, you will be taken to books Goodreads page where you find more infomation about them.

Purchased

Easy by Tammara Webber

Between the Lines by Tammara Webber

The Autumn Bride by Anne Gracie

The Trouble with Valentine’s by Kelly Hunter

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simison

 

Recently Won

The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult (ARC won via a competition Allen & Unwin ran on their facebook page)

 

NetGalley

One Little White Lie by Loretta Hill

Just Breathe by Janette Paul

Beneath Outback Skies by Alissa Callen

Love Unscripted by Tine Reber

Saving Grace by Fiona McCallum

Cora’s Heart by Rachael Herron

 

On Loan 

Death Delights by Gabrielle Lord (Borrowing from a friend at work)

Shattered by Gabrielle Lord (Borrowing from a friend at work)

Back to the Pilliga by Tony Parsons

Just One Day by Gayle Forman

Pure by Julianna Baggott

 

Author Events I Attended

 

“Library Lovers day with Graeme Simsion” 14.2.13

 

On the blog 🙂 

Paperbacks Vs. Ebooks: the Big Ereader Debate

The Girl In the Steel-Capped Boots by Loretta Hill  REVIEW

The Girl In the Hard Hat by Loretta Hill REVIEW

One Little White Lie By Loretta Hill (ebook) REVIEW

Happy Valentines Day Book Lovers!

 

Until next time – Happy Reading!

Jess

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