Showcase Sunday is a weekly meme hosted by Vicki at Books, Biscuits and Tea. Its 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.
I have a TON of books for review because I got auto-approved by Harper Collins and Harper Teen, along with a few other publishers, on Edelweiss. I genuinely never thought that would happen, so I'm more than just a little bit excited! :D
P.S. - If you click the book cover, the link will take you straight to the GoodReads page where you can learn more about the book.
Jasprit @ The Reader's Den sent me an absolutely wonderful package, along with her copy of The Killing Woods by Lucy Christopher since she knew this novel didn't release in America until 2014. I'm a huge fan of Lucy Christopher and can't wait to read this one! Jasprit also sent me a Cadbury Oreo chocolate bar (my favorite!), a British candy that was absolutely delicious, a lovely card, and an absolutely adorable teddy bear key chain. Thank you so much, Jasprit! :)
I just HAD to buy myself a copy of these books! I received ARCs of both The Dream Thieves and Just One Year, but I couldn't go without having the finished copies on my shelves. I also read Fall for Anything earlier this year and loved it - it's my favorite Courtney Summers, actually - and I found it at such an amazing price on Amazon and couldn't resist! ;)
I haven't had any luck with Schwab's YA Novels, but Vicious has been getting stellar reviews from just about everyone and I'm both excited and nervous to read it. As always, Emily May's reviews are more than just a little bit convincing. :)
I hadn't even heard of How to Love until Lauren @ Love is Not a Triangle gave it a glowing review. I'm usually not one for these types of romances, but I trust her judgement completely. I am - currently - reading this one, though I expect to be done with it by the time this post goes live.
I don't know how I've never heard of Deanna Raybourn before, but I stumbled upon her on GoodReads recently and Silent in the Grave is the type of book I know I'm going to love. I mean, historical fiction, mystery, and detectives all rolled up in one? Not to mention witty banter and a slow-burn romance? Say no more!
Phew! I'm so glad I've got that HUGE haul off my chest now. I meant to put together this post last week but I was really sick and completely bed-ridden. :/
What books did you get this week? I'd love to come and visit, so link me up! :)
Also: You can see the pictures of the majority of the books I received in this haul, along with Jasprit's gift and a handful of other novels I forgot to showcase on my Instagram page. You can check it out and follow me HERE.