Remainders (23)

Ex Libris Remainders

Happy Holidays!  I hope everyone i having a wonderful holiday season.    I’ve been very fortunate this month because I have gotten some amazing titles from some very generous publishers.

A HUGE, MONUMENTAL thank you to Penguin for these phenomenal books!

PengBooks

From Macmillan (Thanks, Fierce Reads!)

winner

From Edelweiss:

alwaysThank You, Chronicle Books!

prisoner tease Thank You, Balzar + Bray!

scandal magnolia Thank You, Simon Pulse!

From NetGalley

bright Thank You, Bloomsbury!   enders Thank You, Random House!

strangeThank You, Candlewick Press!

I am putting together my annual giveaway where I let you pick a book from my 2013 favorites list.  It has been fun putting the post together and it’s amazing to look back and see all of the books I’ve read this year.  Look for that giveaway toward the end of the month.

Here are some reviews I posted this week:

The 100 by Kass Morgan
Endless Knight by Kresley Cole (audiobook review)
Racing Savannah by Miranda Kenneally

Don’t forget to enter my Diviners prize pack giveaway! (US only)

So, how is your reading challenge going this year?  Are you going to make your reading goal?

I hope everyone has a great December.  I wish you lots of warm fuzzies and good books to read this holiday season.

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Kate


10 responses to “Remainders (23)

  1. What a great haul of books!
    The only challenge I had this year was the Goodreads one and I already managed to conquer it. I’m setting up myself for more trouble for next year since I’ve already joined three different challenges: one for series, one for dystopians and one for books that have been in the TBR list for a while (2013 or older books only!).

  2. I LOVE that the spine of What I Thought Was True matches My Life Next Door. Little details like that make me smile. I hope you enjoy all your new reads, Kate! That’s quite a lovely haul!

    I hit my 2013 goal in October, but I see no reason to take things slower now. I’ve got some time off work, and I plan to use it well!

    Mary @ Mary Had a Little Book Blog

  3. The Winner’s Curse sounds so amazing! It’s one I’ll be on the lookout for next year! I’d really like to read Laurie Anderson Halse’s new book too. She’s a great writer and I love her passion for the subjects she writes about. Enjoy!

  4. Hey! I have two of those books now! Thanks again! 🙂 Pretty excited to dive into them. I’ve heard of A Mad Wicked Folly, but not Fragile Spirits, although I don’t know much about either of them. But sometimes that’s the best way to go into a book isn’t it? Not knowing anything.

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