This week was a freebie. I’ve had a lot of book arrive in mail within the last month or so, so I decided to discuss the books I’ve acquired recently.
Silence is Goldfish by Annabel Pitcher
I won a copy of this book from a giveaway hosted by Pink Polka Dot Books. Michelle’s review of the book made it sound so interesting. I don’t think I’ve read anything about selective mutism before.
What Took You So Long: Poems for People in Love by Neville Johnson
This book was sent to me by mistake by the publisher. I was a little confused when I opened it. 🙂
Choosing the Hero by K. Rita Levinson
This was the correct book, and it arrived from the publisher a few days later. The publisher reached out to me about this book after an interaction on Twitter. I don’t read a lot of non-fiction as you know, but I was hooked by this statement in the summary, “But most of all, it is Riva Levinson’s personal story of how she found a hero, fought for a worthy cause, and in the process, discovered her soul.” It reminded me of how I feel about Bernie Sanders, so I knew I had to read it.
Come Away with Me by Karma Brown
I won a copy of this book from Bookmark Lit back in September 2015, but there were some issues with the delivery, so I finally got my copy this month.
Where We Fall by Rochelle B. Weinstein
I also won this book from Bookmark Lit last month. Lauren reviews mostly YA books, so she must not have many adult book readers. I’ve won three adult fiction books from her giveaways.
Before the Fall by Noah Hawley
This book is one of the SheReads summer selections, so I got a copy from the publisher. I keep seeing and hearing about this book, so I think I made a good choice.
Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris
This was the first unsolicited book I’ve received from a publisher. I’m guessing it’s because I was on the list from having received No One Knows a few months ago as a SheReads spring selection.
I bought this book after reading about Pat’s experience and mission on the Nerdy Book Club.
Boy, 9, Missing by Nic Joseph
I was approved to read this book on NetGalley. It comes out September 1st.
What books have come your way recently? Anything good?
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