Happy Monday everyone and welcome to a brand new week! I decided that on most Mondays, I will be reviving an old post I used to do called “Added to GoodReads.” In this post, I will share the books that I’ve added to my TBR on GoodReads the past week. It’s also fun because I can give shout-outs to some of the other book bloggers that I follow.
So here’s what I’ve found this week:
That’s what I’ve added to my GoodReads this week? Did you find any good new books? Let me know in comments!
Getting back to blogging means finding out a bunch of new books that I want to read! I started doing this to feature not only the books that I find through various meme days (Top Ten Tuesday, WWW Wednesday – those two are especially dangerous!), but also to feature the bloggers who have recommended these books and have drawn me to them. I love the book blogging community so much!
Here are three books that are getting added to my GoodReads:
- Down with the Shine by Kate Karyus Quinn – This sounds like a fun bit of magical realism, which I enjoy. A bunch of wishes made during a toast of moonshine somehow come true – and not in a good way. This book was recommended by Chrissi at ChrissiReads as part of her WWW Wednesday/This Week in Books post.
- The Summer That Melted Everything by Tiffany McDaniel – A heat wave followed by a 13 year old claiming to be the devil? Now that sounds interesting! I found out about this one from Claire at Art and Soul from, you guessed it, her WWW post. She also wrote a great review where she explained that, while she didn’t love this book, it was perfect for someone like me, looking for darker, weighty reads.
- Extracted by Tyler H. Jolley & Sherry D. Ficklin – Found this through Laura at FUOnlyKnew. Her blog is awesome! She always has giveaways, and that was the case with this one. There are still two days left to enter! She featured an excerpt from the book, which sounded really good. I like time travel books, but find that they are very hard to do right. This one sounds like things could go awry in a really good way.
Anything good added to your TBR this week? Let me know in comments!
Happy Monday everyone! It’s been a bit of a slow week adding books to my GoodReads TBR list, but that’s probably not a bad thing. That list is starting to get out of hand. Here we go!
- The Looking Glass House by Vanessa Tait – I wish I could remember where I saw this one. I know it was a link on Facebook, which means it might have been from Book Riot or Buzzfeed or one of those. Y’all know I love Alice in Wonderland stories, but this one is written by a great-great-granddaughter of Alice Liddell. I’m there!
- The Key by Jennifer Anne Davis – This one was from BookBub, which I adore, although I’ve started getting less from them lately. I think it might just be book overload. This one sounds pretty good though. The first in a trilogy, it’s more of a high fantasy YA book, which should be fun. And the cover is really pretty too.
Have you found any good books lately? Recommend them in comments!
Good morning and Happy Monday everyone! Hope you all have a nice week ahead! Here are the latest books I’ve added to my GoodReads TBR list:
- A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness – I saw this book on a WWW Wednesday post by Claire over at Art and Soul. She was absolutely raving about it, so I figured it must be a good read. You can check out her full review here.
- Masquerade by Kylie Fornasier – This is another one I found on WWW Wednesday, this time from Yvo at It’s All About Books. She hasn’t read it yet, but I just fell in love with the cover art.
- Hotel at the Corner of Bitter and Sweet by Jamie Ford – We have probably by now established that WWW Wednesdays are dangerous days for my TBR list! I found this one on our host’s post, Sam at Taking On a World of Words. She is reading this one right now and, I have to say, I absolutely love this title.
Found any good books this week? Let me know in comments!
Happy Monday everyone! Hope all my American friends had a safe and happy 4th of July! Mine was a lot of fun. My family and I went to the local minor league baseball game and saw fireworks afterwards. Good times.
Added three new books to my GoodReads TBR list this week. Here they are!
- Armada by Ernest Cline – I loved Ready Player One so much, I am looking forward to reading Cline’s next novel, coming out this month.
- Anathema by Megg Jensen – Got this one for free off of BookBub. Gotta love free stuff! First book in a trilogy.
- ’89 Walls by Katie Pierson – This author did a guest post over at Chuck Wendig’s blog, which I love. I really liked her post, and her book sounded interesting.
Did you find any new books this week? Let me know in comments!
Found several good books this past week, even adding some to my already overstuffed bookshelves. Here are the titles that were added to my TBR.
- Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan – I saw this one on a WWW Wednesday post by Sam over at Taking on a World of Words. She gave it a glowing recommendation and I can’t wait to read her full review when she gets it up.
- The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton – This one I came across during a weekend trip to Barnes & Noble. I like walking through a bookstore, finding a book that I’ve never heard of that just sounds interesting, and getting it no questions asked. I’ve never heard of this author either, so it will be something completely new to discover.
- Hold Me Closer: the Tiny Cooper Story by David Levithan – This book is a companion to Will Grayson Will Grayson by David Levithan and John Green, which I loved. I saw this one at B&N too and had to get it.
- The Sky is Everywhere by Jandy Nelson – I saw this book reviewed over at Such a Novel Idea. It looks fantastic and I loved their review. I also think I’ve found a new website to enjoy.
Have you found any new books this week? Let me know in comments!
Happy Monday everyone! Not sure if I’m ready for a new week, but you know what makes me happy? Finding new books! These are titles that have been added to my To-Be-Read list on GoodReads last week.
- My Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine Warga – I found out about this book two different ways. First, we discussed it over at the Bibliophiles Anonymous podcast as a new book coming out this year. I had almost forgotten about it until I saw a review over at Chrissi Reads. You can read her review here. This book tackles a really tough issue (suicide), but when has that stopped me before?
- The Girls at the Kingfisher Club by Genevieve Valentine – I found out about this book from Sam over at Taking on a World of Words. You can read her review here. There are several things that drew me to this book. One: it’s a modern fairy tale retelling. Two: it takes place in the Roaring Twenties. Three: it takes place in New York City. What’s not to like?
On a quick side note, WordPress tells me that this is my 400th post! That’s pretty cool!
Found any good books lately? Let me know about them in comments!