What’s New On My Bookshelf #243 and The Sunday Post

Posted: January 28, 2018 in Freebies!, giveaways, reviews
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This is my own version of a weekly book haul and all things new on fuonlyknew.

I’m also linking up with The Sunday Post hosted by Kimberly @Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

Sunday Post

Some chit chat.

Nothing exciting in my life again this week. I can’t decide if that’s a good or a bad thing. I go to work. I come home. Repeat. This makes me so thankful for books and for the hard working authors that bleed over their every word while writing them. Where would I be without them? I travel the world and beyond. Go on treasure hunts and archaeological digs. I visit distant planets and fight space pirates and aliens. I feel love and heart break and happy endings. I travel through time and run from demons and monsters. All from the comfort of my home.

To all of the authors who give me a life beyond my own … THANK YOU!


My new books this week.

36230869  Beyond Night front cover

Spooky Twisties I: 13 Tales of Terror by [Bertha, Terri]  Spooky Twisties II: 13 Tales of Terror by [Bertha, Terri]


And here are some FREEBIES for ya. Click on the covers to get your copies. Remember to make sure they’re still free before you hit that buy button.

Schrödinger's Dog: of time, place, actualities and love by [Brewer, Allan]    Infection: A Post-Apocalyptic Survival Novel (Sympatico Syndrome Book 1) by [McDonald, M.P.]

The Locked Room Murder: A Witch Cozy Mystery (A Bluebell Knopps Witch Cozy Mystery Book 1) by [McGovern, Nancy]  Murder At The Circus: A Witch Cozy Mystery (A Bluebell Knopps Witch Cozy Mystery Book 2) by [McGovern, Nancy]  Lucky Double: A Two-Book Lucky Bundle by [Coonts, Deborah]

 Stephen by [Cross, Amy]  Nightmare House: A chilling novel of a haunting and the haunted (The Harrow Series Book 1) by [Clegg, Douglas]  Suicide Forest: A haunting action-horror mystery (World's Scariest Places Book 1) by [Bates, Jeremy]


This weeks reviews. Click on the covers to view them.

32495780  36493804  Beyond Night front cover



Other posts on my blog this week.

My Monday Minis #36 ~ Trackers ~ Too real for comfort

Teaser Tuesday #231 ~ Murder And Marinara

A Deputy Donut Mystery ~ Survival Of The Fritters ~ Spotlight and Giveaway

The Kid’s Korner #28 ~ If You Were Me And Lived In …. The Mayan Empire

Hell Holes Series by Donald Firesmith ~ Book Tour and Giveaway

Romance Is In The Air ~ $100 Kick Off Giveaway

Cruising For Love ~ 4 Shipshape Romances ~ Blurb Blitz and Giveaway

Freakin Fridays #63 ~ Beyond Night

Saturday Screams #45 ~ The Tower ~ An Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper Novel


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To see all of my giveaways go HERE.

  1. Greg Hill says:

    So true about books! Nicely said. :)

    Beyond Night looks good. So does The Survivalist…

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I don’t know what I would do without books! LOL
      Beyond Night was different. I liked it. The Survivalist is one I’ve been wanting to try so getting it free was a bonus.

  2. Maree Jane says:

    I agree, books offer so many amazing worlds. Have a great week. :)

  3. I had a kid rub hand sanitizer all in their eyes. On purpose. That made for an exciting Friday. I love the hard work authors put into their books. So many great stories!

  4. Jenea says:

    You are so right about books. They transport is so many places. Have a wonderful week.

    • fuonlyknew says:

      Thanks, Jenea, You have a great week too. Between books and movies, I’m always traveling:) Just no jet lag. LOL

  5. If it doesn’t make you tired, then this kind of calm week can be good, especially if you get to read :) I could not agree more about books and bookish travels!!
    Have a great week :)

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I sure did a lot of reading and watched some movies. I feel sluggish from sitting too much so I’ll be doing some house cleaning today as its raining outside. I’ll pop in an audible to keep me going. LOL

  6. So true about books! You got some good ones so happy reading!

    Week in Review

  7. I, too, love the power of books…they help me travel vicariously to places I can only imagine visiting…from my armchair!

    Thanks for sharing your books…and I hope you enjoy them all. Here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES

  8. sjhigbee says:

    Oh absolutely, Laura! I completely agree with your sentiments regarding books… and I might add, writing adventures is even more escapist and fun:)). Have another wonderful reading week.

  9. yep, as long as I have books, I have plenty of adventure and excitement!

  10. I had a pretty boring week too. I’m thinking that we’re all coming off the holiday high and are getting back to our regular routines. Books definitely make things more exciting! Have a great week!

  11. everyfreechance says:

    Beautifully said about where books take us.

    Have a great week! I hope it’s filled with many more travels and adventures!

  12. Love your thoughts on books and authors!!

  13. Gosh, I’m so grateful for books. So I totally feel what you are saying.

    Hope you have a great week full of new adventures to different lands. :)

  14. I can’t imagine what my life would be without books. The stuff I do all day is incredibly tedious. Books keep me sane. Have a great week, and enjoy your new books!

  15. Kathy_A says:

    I look to books to escape from my dull life lol. I grabbed some of your freebies, thank you for sharing these. I hope you have a great week!

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I’ve loved reading since I first learned how. I can’t imagine life without them! Enjoy the freebies. I grabbed a few myself.

  16. My life’s pretty boring too, but all the books I’m reading and going on Youtube is keeping me entertained! Hope you have a great week!

    Here’s my Sunday Post!

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog

  17. I’ve read the first Survivalist book which I liked but I might need to re-read it before I continue with the series as I don’t remember much detail! I’ll get to the first Trackers book a little later in the year.

    • fuonlyknew says:

      I grabbed the Survivalist book and thought of you! And I’m really curious what you think of Smith’s series. I loved them and will be sharing the rest of my reviews for it soon. Not sure if I’ll try his Orbs series though.

  18. Thank God for books. I love to physically travel, but my journey’s through words are just as enjoyable.
    sherry @ fundinmental Sunday Memes

  19. I agree with you – books allow us to travel anywhere and definitely break up the boring. I had to grab the Murder at the Circus as I am a sucker for those types of covers. Good thing it was still free this morning.

  20. A Renfro says:

    Thank you for reading.

  21. Daniela Ark says:

    Nothing exciting can definitely be a good thing Laura! More time to read! 😉 Yes we need to appreciate authors! They do open so many worlds for us!

    • fuonlyknew says:

      Yep. I’m sure once spring gets closer I’ll have lots to share. LOL Can’t wait for when everything starts to bloom and I can get in the pool!

  22. I picked up Nightmare House. Things have been pretty boring in my life, too, but sometimes I am glad for that, ha ha. And like you said… there are always books. I hope you had a great week. I’m a tad slow in getting here. 💜

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