What’s New on My Bookshelf

Posted: December 30, 2012 in Book Promos, Meme, What's New on My Bookshelf
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This is my own version of a bookhaul post where  I’ll be telling you about all of the books I got this week, whether print or e-book.

I got quite a few books this week, some free, some for review, and some I purchased just for my reading pleasure.

First up is freebies. I can’t help it. I just have to grab some. Here’s what I got this week.

Here’s what I received for reviews.

These are books I won.

This one my sister gave to me.

These are ones I bought. Some new and some used.

This is not a typical weeks haul. There usually aren’t this many.

I have many happy hours of reading ahead and a heck of a lot of notes to take!

You can click on the covers to purchase any of these.

So what did you get this week? See something you like? Do you have any of these? Leave a comment and let me know.

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Comments
  1. Sherry says:

    Love the post Laura. Quite a haul, when do you find the time to read them all? LOL Happy New Year.

  2. jannashay says:

    That is a great collection of books. I picked up Perfect Strangers but haven’t had a chance to read it yet. My TBR list is quite long.
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Loads of books! :) I can’t resist a freebie either :)

  4. Thanks for posting these, what a cool (and helpful idea)! I’m going to get the two Lancaster House novels, What the Dark Brings, and Rhubarb; I already had The Choice Way cool!

    • fuonlyknew says:

      You’re welcome. My Sundays are kind of quiet on my blog and figured I would do my own meme each week. It’s a great way to promote authors and their books and pass on some freebies and books I like.

  5. Emma says:

    The cover for Thread on Arrival is really cute.

  6. Erik Smith says:

    Nice haul!
    I received four packages from Amazon yesterday. And stopped in at Barnes & Nobles. Let’s see if I can remember everything:
    Header by Edward Lee
    Tangled by Max Xavier
    The Concrete Grove Trilogy by Gary McMahon
    The Faceless by Simon Bestwick
    The Lazarus Machine by Paul Crilley
    The Osiris Ritual by George Mann
    The Quarry by Mark Allan Gunnells
    Resident Evil: The Umbrella Conspiracy by S.D. Perry
    Blood Lite III: Aftertaste
    and
    Leverage: The Con Job by Matt Forbeck
    I think that’s it. The question is, what am I going to read next week?

    • fuonlyknew says:

      A Christmas after Christmas!
      I’m going to check these out. Haven’t heard of many of them. Thanks for sharing.
      Let me know which one you start with!

      • Erik Smith says:

        Yesterday I read Header, the Holy Grail of hardcore horror novellas, and Tangled, a short book of wonderful, heartrending poetry. Today I read the Leverage novel, which takes place at Comic-con, a fun book for a geek like me, and I have started the Resident Evil book.

        I have already read The Faceless, Blood Lite III, and the first book of the Concrete Grove trilogy (appropriately titled The Concrete Grove). I had borrowed them from the library, and all three were good enough to purchase.

        I will most likely read The Lazarus Machine next. It’s a steampunk mystery.

        Oh, and I forgot a few books. I also got The Book of Cthulhu II, Frontier Cthulhu, High Seas Cthulhu, and Hard-boiled Cthulhu. (Hmm. I’m sensing a theme.)

        Some great books to end one year and start the next.

  7. Nice and many great covers. I do so get sucked in by covers

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