Weekly Book Haul -2/8/19

I have never tracked how many books I’ve gotten in a week because even I know it’s excessive. But this week when I was going through books I’d received through newsletters and adding them to my Goodreads account I figured keeping track of what I get week by week might hold me more accountable. Before I show you all the books I got this week I do have to say something….

I am a book hoarder.

It’s true. I claim freebies a lot, I get review copies and I get books for signing up for author’s newsletters. I enter in contests and I win, a lot. I have a LOT of books. The amount of free books that I get just through emails or author’s newsletters is insane. But I also get lots of beloved review copies, physical and e books. If I am interested in a book, I pick it up. I do review everything I read.

I love to support indie and self published authors.

Physical Copies:

 

Lifeblood by Gena Showalter

The Shadow Queen by C.J. Redwine

The Girl at Midnight by Melissa Grey

Of Fire and Stars by Audrey Coulthurst

Not in The Cards by Amy Cissell

The Haunted by Danielle Vega

Netgalley:

 

No Country for Old Gnomes by Kevin Hearne and Delilah S Dawson

The Raven’s Tale by Cat Winters

Ever Alice by H.J. Ramsay

Magickal Mystery Lore by Sharon Pape

Death Comes in Threes by Kimberley O’Malley

 

Here There Are Monsters by Amelinda Berube

The Snow Gypsy by Lindsay Ashford

Edelweiss:

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Dreaming Darkly by Catlin Kitteredge

Bookfunnel:

 

Remorseless: A British Crime Thriller by Will Patching

Airwoman by Zara Quentin

New Year’s Eve Countdown to Murder by Ana Bisset

The Kangaroo Murders by Sally J Smith and Jean Steffens

Cabs, Cakes and Corpses by Becca Bloom

 

Tarte Tatin Murder by Sandi Scott

The Unrivaled’s Witch by Laura Marie

Cat Me If You Can by Gemma Throne

The Fixer by Morgan Nyberg

The Demon Bunny of Ipswitch by J.R. Mabry

 

The Spec Set by Taya Okerlund

Breakwater by Catherine Jones Payne

Amazon Freebies:

 

Changeling Exile by Marina Finlayson

Vankara by S.J. West

Infected by Tara Ellis

Partners in Crime by Gallagher Gray

The Ghosts of Mystic Springs by Mona Marple

 

Blood of Stone by Jayne Faith

Death Indoors by Nikki Haverstock

Mischief and Magic — Anthology

Even Witches Get the Blues by J.D. Winters

Amethyst Witch: The Prequel by Barbra Annino

Amazon First Reads:

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The Fever King by Victoria Lee

Kindle Prime:

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Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins

Check out my review here.

E book Library:

Demonglass by Rachel Hawkins

Demonglass by Rachel Hawkins

Check out my review here.

Goodreads Giveaway:

 

Sonora by T.S. Hall

I Am the Lion by Rachelle Lauro

Headspace by J.W. Bouchard

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  1. I loved of fire and stars! You’re just in time before the sequel! I have a question with all the books you receive to review how do you prioritize and are you ever late with reviews like crazy late maybe a few months after release date? X

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    1. Uh yeah of course I am, I am a book hoarder with no self control. I try to get them all done in time, but then some times it feels like a chore to read and I have to pick up a back list title. I review everything I read, and I try to read everything I own, so I’m always behind lol. I am thinking of doing my own “short-a-thon” where I read books under 150 pages and get a lot of my bookfunnel/instafreebie (now prolific works) titles read since a lot of them are novellas.

      As for Of Fire and Stars I’m glad to hear you liked it because I have hardly heard ANYTHING about it, but it got thrown in for a trade that I did.

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      1. I know what you mean. Sometimes I just go with whatever I need to to get out of a slump though, and in the end it means I read more. I have a few books that I read and still haven’t written reviews for, and still have to write them, but I will eventually.

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    1. LOL Thanks. I hope to review them all eventually.

      I am planning my own “short-a-thon” where I set aside a period of time where I JUST read books under 200 pages and try and read a lot of my bookfunnel and instafreebie (prolific works) titles, since a lot of them are novellas to introduce you to the author. I meant to join one in December, but it never happened.

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