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So, it’s been two weeks since I last gave an update. Mostly it’s because I have been trying to get through my TBR pile. It got kind of big and so I was trying to pace myself. Also, I’m lazy 😛
The book I won I actually got a while ago, but wanted to include it since I haven’t had a chance before this. The rest I got this past week. I feel like I’ve plowed through a lot of books lately, but have been going through my backlist. Yay for getting books read!
Things have been going great lately. The spring weather is beautiful. A wonderful mix of sunshine and rain. I love it! Plus, I’ve had a lot of good reads lately (look for reviews to come). How has your week been? Up to anything new?
Books I acquired:
I read the first book in this series, and I had to pick up the second on right away because it was so good! I’ve already read this one (review next week) and enjoyed it as well. I can’t wait for the third book to come out this November. Wish I didn’t have to wait that long.
This has to do with the last book. The True Reign series follow the parents of Allyssa, the main character of the Reign of Secrets series. Now, I’ve seen this book around before and thought I didn’t want to read it because I didn’t like the cover (sorry! I’m shallow like that). But after reading the first two books in the Reign of Secrets, I really wanted to get my hands on Allyssa’s parent’s story. So I did.
Picked up from the Library:
Seers is one I’ve been wanting to read for a while. I met the author back in January and she was really nice. Ever since then, I’ve wanted to dive into this one.
The Silent Songbird is one I picked at random because the blurb sounded interesting. I didn’t realize it was the 7th in a series until just now. Ah well, hopefully it can be read as a standalone as well. I hate when it’s not clear that something is in a series/where it stands in that series. Despite that, I hope it’s a good read.
What did you pick up this last week?
Leave a comment or a link to your blog post, and I’ll check it out.