Stacking the Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.
Grave Intentions looks pretty interesting and I like the cover. Paranormal-Romance which is basically the genre I like to drool over, like some people binge on Contemporary, this is my binge. So hopefully it should be good, I’ve yet to read a reaper story. Thanks to Kensington Books. Then I have Sister Assassin, which I know is also called Mind Games for the rest of the world, but the UK like to be different. I’ve heard some good things, so I can’t wait to get onto this, thanks to HarperCollins UK.
Bought for Kindle:
Crime and Punishment was 49p and somebody recommended it to me with high praise, and I feel like I need to broaden my reading to something more “intellectual” so I thought why not prepare myself for this hell. Taking Chances is a book I’ve heard very mixed thoughts on, but I thought why not, again it was 49p on kindle. Once Burned. I picked this up to read the other week and totally forgot and I still haven’t read it. I literally adore Jeaniene Frost, but I have had NO motivation to read or time and so I haven’t managed to read this real steal novel at £1.99 for my kindle.
After reading Rachel’s review of Wild Encounter over at The Reader’s Den, I knew I had to get myself a copy of Wild Encounter. And I’ve been in a little bit of a reading funk as of late and I’ve had little time to read, but I managed to squeeze this in and trust me, it does not disappoint, so look out for my review later in the week!
Then I have You Had Me At Hello. This was an entire accident and it’s contemporary chick-lit, the genre I probably hate with a passion after some very bad books. I clicked buy by accident and so now I’m stuck with the thing for my kindle. It was only 99p so I’m not too put out, but I’ll probably give it a try because it doesn’t sound too bad actually which is always a positive.
Free Kindle Books
Beowulf. What am I doing with my life? Poetry. Well again this is something I feel obligated to read to help my history studies. Then I have Bleak House, I’m adding to my collection of Classics to read one day. Then The Complete Sherlock Holmes collection got released for free on the kindle and I’ve always wanted to read it so I snapped it up.
Then there is The Earl’s Inconvenient Wife and David Copperfield, both look appealing in some weird way I’m sure. Sometimes I think I only click them because they’re free and I may at some point in the future run out of books enough to read them.
- Author Interview: Jonathan L. Howard
- Katya’s World
- Waiting on Wednesday
- Top Ten Tuesday
- Leeds Christmas Market
What did you get this week?