Letterbox Love is a UK based feature where book bloggers showcase the books that they received that week, be they eBooks, paperbacks, hardbacks or any other format. It is hosted by Lynsey from Narratively Speaking.
As it was my blogoversary last week, I didn’t post a book haul and so this week my Letterbox Love is featuring all of the books that I received in the past fortnight. I have a really big haul because I decided to visit the library twice, as well as ordering some books. And I got review books, too! Manic!
You Don’t Know Me by Sophia Bennett- I had no idea I was being sent this and so when I opened it, I couldn’t stop squealing! I’d seen a picture of the cover and gorgeous editing (you can’t see it in the picture above!), so I knew that I would be reading it as soon as it came out. Review to come on Monday!
The Drowning by Rachel Ward- This is another one that I’ve been wanting to read for ages. I’d heard an excerpt back in February at a talk that Chicken House did and I’ve been waiting patiently since then. It’s really good and my review will be posted on Friday.
Thank you, Chicken House!
INK by Amanda Sun- I requested this on Netgalley and my request was accepted! I’ve heard mixed reviews and so am not sure what I’ll think but I’m looking forward to reading it.
Confessions of an Almost Girlfriend by Louise Rozett- I was so excited when I saw that this was on Netgalley because I read the first book back in January and really liked it.
Wait For You by J. Lynn- This was my first New Adult novel and I really enjoyed it. I wasn’t sure if I would be accepted but I was and I’m so glad that I got the opportunity to read it.
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell- Of course I’m going to read a book that John Green reviewed. Why wouldn’t I?! I’m really looking forward to reading this because it sounds like a really lovely read.
The Elite by Kiera Cass- I pre-ordered this a few months ago and was so pleased when it dropped through my letterbox the other day. It cheered me right up after a bad day!
Just One Day by Gayle Forman- Since it’s release, I’ve known that this book would be perfect for me. I love the cover and am really looking forward to reading it.
The Girl in the Mask by Marie-Louise Jensen- I won this in Hawwa’s giveaway a few months ago and was really pleased when it dropped through my door. It’s a signed copy and, as I already own a signed copy, I shall be giving it away soon, either on the blog or as a competition to coincide with my reading board at school.
Charity Shop Haul:
Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher- This book must be good because my friend who never reads chose to read it in her spare time. I’ve been meaning to read this for ages and so am looking forward to finally getting around to it.
The Declaration by Gemma Malley- This looks really good and I’ve been meaning to read something by the author for a while now.
What’s Up With Jody Barton? by Hayley Long- This book kept popping up a month or two ago and so I was really pleased when I saw it at my library.
Before I Die by Jenny Downham- I’m reading this for my book club and I hear it’s really good. It’s also called Now Is Good and was re-named because of the film adaption that was made.
Legend by Marie Lu- I think I may be one of the only people who hasn’t yet read this. I’m really enjoying dystopian at the moment so I’m hoping that it will be enjoyable.
Abandon + Underworld by Meg Cabot- I got Abandon last week and then had to get Underworld this week after reading it because I loved it so much. They’re two of the only books by Meg Cabot that I haven’t still read, so I’m pleased that I’ve finally got them.
Blood Red Road by Moira Young- This is my friends favourite book of all time and she’s been pressuring me into reading it for ages now. I finally gave in and loved it!
I was sent these three postcards by S.C. Ransom, author of Small Blue Thing, to use on a board I’m creating for my school’s English department. I was so pleased when I received them because they’re the first thing I’ve had so far. Thank you!
My mum bought me this the other day and I’m in love with it! It’s my baby! The writing on the front is perfect for me. I’m not ashamed to be a geek and so it really describes how I think.
What did you receive this week? Link back to your own post and I’ll check them out!