Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer ~ It's a chance to share news~ A post to recap the past week on your blog, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up on our blog for the week ahead.
Bought, Borrowed, & Bagged is a weekly meme, hosted by TalkSupe, where I share with you the books I have bought, borrowed, or bagged. Link up with me here.
From my mailbox:
Between Worlds by Skip Brittenham Thanks to Penguin House
Your Presidential Fantasy Dream Team by Daniel O'Brien Thanks to Random House
The Way I used to be by Smith Thank you Simon Teen
Three Truths and a Lie x2 thank you Simon Teen
Click Here to Start by Markell Thanks to Random House
The Flip Side by Johnson Thank you Simon Teen
Little Black Dresses, Little White Lies by Stampler Thank you Simon Teen
Matchmakers Playbook by Dyken Thanks to Skyscape
What I read:
since last time on the blog:
source: delacorte via netgalley
Source: earc from Blaze via Netgalley
Source: bloomsbury via netgalley
Source: earc from Dundern via netgalley
Source: earc via Netgally from Little Brown
Source: earc via Edelweiss from Simon teen
I know I haven't been as present lately, my mom is doing much better and is home. My oldest started third grade and celebrated her birthday turning 8 on the 30th.
I have completely caught up with my ARCs that I've requested and actually have none on my reading calendar. There have only been a couple of books on Netgalley and Edelweiss that even got my attention and I wasn't approved for those.
I have still been reading a lot of Twilight fanfic and its kept me happy enough but starting to wane a bit with that.
I don't know if I am burnt out on YA, or what, so I have been trying some adult series. I didn't get much into Darkfever by Moning, and am going to try some Jennifer Estep and Patricia Briggs-- I am open to other suggestions... I loved Richelle Mead's adult fantasy books and that is where I found those books from the amazon page and goodreads you might also like.
What are you reading? Any of my books new to you or have you read any of my books? If so, what did you think?
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