I got another epic stack this week! It’s been a busy time for me at work as usual, and looks like that’s pretty consistent with the publisher new releases as well!
Review copies – physical
Thank you to Simon & Schuster Australia and Penguin Australia for the review copies!
Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy
Haven’t heard good things about this one lately. Sigh!
Half Bad by Sally Green
This one looks and sound awesome, I think it will be totally up my alley.
Maybe Someday by Colleen Hoover
FINALLY I have been waiting! Cannot wait to read this one!
Finding Cinderella by Colleen Hoover
I’ve read the eBook version of this but I could always read more Six and Daniel <3
Looking for Alibrandi by Melina Marchetta
Got a repeat copy. Giveaway anyone?
Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner Q&A, March 17 – 20 – Yup David Estes has the most amazing authors participating in Q&As on Goodreads! Come and ask the authors of one of my favourite 2014 books, These Broken Stars here.
Meg Cabot followed me on Twitter! This happened a few weeks ago, but I am totally starstruck because I have always been a big fan of her Princess Diaries series when growing up, and today she’s followed me on Twitter! The amazing things the internet can do.
PTALive Melbourne 2014 – If you are in Melbourne, I highly encourage you to go to Penguin Teen Australia’s YA events, they are fun, informative and really fun for meeting your fellow bloggers! I have never fangirled so much in my life over YA books. RSVP for the event here.
Katie McGarry answered my Q&A – I participated in the Q&A on Goodreads in David Estes’ Fan Group this week. Katie was so lovely and her Q&A was the most popular one by far!
Q: Which is your favourite couple that you have written about?
A: They all have a special place in my heart, but I absolutely loved writing Isaiah and Rachel. Something about them just gave me warm fuzzies to write.
Q: I read that you have experienced repressed memories before just like Echo has, what is this experience like?
A: Yes, I had a repressed memory when I was younger after being bitten by a dog. Not remembering something so huge is very confusing and somewhat scary. It’s very hard to understand why your brain won’t let you remember something that you have physical proof happened.
If you haven’t participated in the Q&As before, I strongly urge you because the authors love it, and I haven’t seen a question that they haven’t answered before!
What did you add to your shelves this week?
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