So I went to the library this week to pick up Dorothy Must Die and some other books I had placed on hold, which was pretty exciting. I hope you enjoy weeks STS.
Do you have any diverse book recommendations? I’d love to see your posts or recommendations for #WeNeedDiverse books. Here’s my recommendations, let me know yours!
I had a pretty rough time this week, came home the other night to find that someone had broken into our house and rummaged through our stuff. Lucky nothing got stolen, but it was pretty scary discovering it when I came home alone. We are pretty shaken, alright but safe which is what matters. It will be a while before I’ll be about to sleep through the night again though.
Review copies – physical
Thank you to Scholastic Australia and Bloomsbury Australia for sending me these review copies.
Slammed by Colleen Hoover – I LOVE CoHo and have been wanting to read this one forever!
Shatter Me by Tahereh Mafi – Finally get the chance to read this one after all the raves, plus I’ve heard the sequels are just as good.
Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige – I reserved this at my library as soon as it was on order and raced to the library when it arrived! The hardback is beautiful and there’s something special about reading the first library book 😀 reading this now and it’s pretty awesome.
Let it Snow by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle – I love books that touch on different people’s perspectives and have been wanting to read this forever!
World After by Susan Ee – I can’t believe I haven’t read this yet. I bought the Kindle version but perhaps the paperback will inspire me, because I’ve heard and know that it is awesome.
PTA Live Sydney – Melbourne and Brisbane have gotten their share of fangirling and new books to the TBR and now it’s Sydney’s turn! PTA Live will be held at 6pm on Monday 16 June, make sure you RSVP here. Not sure what it’s all about? Check out my recap post.
Aussie bloggers tweeting today – Looking for a chat on Twitter? I’m always up for a chat but now to make it easier for Australian bloggers or book lovers to tweet, use the hashtag #AusYABloggers while tweeting and Kelly or I will join into the conversation.
Features the following titles:
Open Minds, by Susan Kaye Quinn
The Moon Dwellers, by David Estes
Prison Nation, by Jenni Merritt
daynight, by Megan Thomason
Stitch, by Samantha Durante
The Annihilation of Foreverland, by Tony Bertauski
The Girls from Alcyone, by Cary Caffrey
The Narrowing Path, by David J. Normoyle
The Rain, by Joseph A. Turkot
Virulent: The Release, by Shelbi Wescott
External Forces (Bonus Chapters!), by Deborah Rix
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What did you add to your shelves this week?
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