Hi everyone! A bit late maybe, but I’ve decided to do a book haul post this month after all. I didn’t get as many books in Feb as I did in Jan, so I wasn’t going to do one, but then I got inspired by Aoife’s lovely post about all the books she got from her friends, and decided to do a book haul post after all! Thanks, Aoife.
So, this is the moment I find out how many books I got this month! As I did my last haul in the middle of January, there will be some January books as well, so here’s to hoping it’s actually less than in the first haul.
A friendly reminder: that was 17 books in 15 days. Yes, I have a problem.
So here are the ones I bought:
Here are the ones I got for review:
Ones I got for free:
Some of you might laugh at (some of) my free book choices! But.. FREE BOOKS! Dead Man is about a guy who was brought to life as… some sort of undead, and he’s in loads of trouble. The reason I downloaded it was because it had an unbelievable blurb. (Yes, I do understand that the cake might be a lie here.) Daughter for Nothing, well.. Let’s just say I can also be a sucker for beautiful covers sometimes and call it a day. Normalized is about a super hero brought down to the level of a normal life, which seemed funny, so I grabbed it. And A Monstrous Place is part #1 of Tales From In Between, and one of those stories featured in my last book haul, so I was happy to get the first part.
So that’s my book haul! And I am glad this is so much less than last time! #goals
Some reading & challenge stats:
It doesn’t seem like I’m doing well on that Blogger Shame there. But I’ve got roughly 73 to cover, so I don’t think I’ll be able to do that this year. However, I’ve read at least several from last haul! A little bit behind on my Goodreads goal as well, but maybe I just need to stop it with those 800 page books and hit shorter ones.
So have you read any of these books? Or are you curious about them? I’d be happy to hear about it, so share in the comments! 🌞
I’m Evelina and I try to blog about books that matter, with a bit of fun there too! Disability and equality will be topics you see a lot, but there’s also a lot of scifi, fantasy and… GIFs. I’m also the proud founder of #ARCsAnonymous.