Sunday, May 12, 2013

Showcase Sunday #1

Showcase Sunday is a featured weekly event hosted by Books, Biscuits, and Tea. Any blogger can participate by showcasing what books they received during the week--whether they were bought, downloaded, borrowed, or won.

In my haul this week:


  • This week I bought Spark! This second book in the Elemental series by Brigid Kemmerer features Gabriel Merrick, the hotheaded and temperamental twin. He's the one who controls fire, appropriate for him ;). He's also my favorite Merrick. 
  • I also got Courage to Forgive this weekend! My mom, Carol Underhill, got her box of paperbacks for her fourth book. I'm so excited to reread it and review it. 

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I love my Kindle, a lot, although having a paperback in my hands is one of the best feelings in the world. I'm always checking for sales and freebies on Kindle, and I found three that I've been wanting to read for some time now and a couple other freebies that looked really good.

  • Unearthly (Unearthly #1) by Cynthia Hand. I've been wanting to read this series for awhile now, and I just couldn't pass up the sale on it! It will be some time before I get to it, as I have NetGalley reviews to do. 
  • Heavenly by Jennifer Laurens. This one was a freebie, and I'd been wanting to try one of her books. 
  • Remembrance (Transcend Time, #1) by Michelle Madow. Again, another book I've been wanting. And again, it was free! 
  • Collide (Collide, #1) by Shelly Crane. Freebie. 
  • Everblue (Mer Tales, #1) by Brenda Pandos. Freebie.
  • Disconnect (Divided Worlds, #1) by Imran Siddiq. Saw this freebie on another Showcase Sunday post. Had to get it.

I finally signed up for NetGalley! And boy, I feel like I've missed out on so many great books! This was probably a bad idea, considering I have way too many books and so little time to read them. But I just couldn't pass up the opportunity to read these. :)

  • Untraceable (Nature of Grace, #1) S.R. Johannes. 
  • Spirit (Elemental #3) by Brigid Kemmerer. 
  • The Bane (The Eden Trilogy, #1) by Keary Taylor. 

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