02 June 2012

Books of the week - time for good books


Hello June, I hope you will be a great month with lots of fantastic books.

Books I bought
Darkness before Dawn - JA London
Getting over Garrett Delaney (ebook) - Abby McDonald

The good books I read this week 
Moonglass - Jessi Kirby (contemporary, YA)
Fracture - Megan Miranda (paranormal elemnts, YA)
A sheetcake named desire - Jacklyn Brady (cozy mystery, A)
♥ Dark Frost - Jennifer Estep (UF, YA)

What are your favourite books of the week?


I'm reading right now
Worldshaker - Richard Harland
Just like heaven - Julia Quinn
Eighteen kisses - Laura Jane Cassidy

I plan to read next
The Industry - Rose Foster
The Repossession - Sam Hawksmoore
Heat Wave - Richard Castle
Heart of Brass -Kate Cross

e-books (my virtual TBR pile has to die!)
Rock Chick Renegade - Kristen Ashley
Design on Crime - Ginny Alken
Shift - Em Bailey
Oppression - Jessica Therrien

8 comments:

  1. Loved the video and have to tell you that I really like your hair cut!! :) Looks great!

    I read and loved "Kiss of Frost" and started "Dark Frost" already but first I am reading "Tangle of Need" by Nalini Singh now the new Psy-Changeling novel. My fav series and I just love the book so far. :D

    Happy Reading!

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    1. Thanks, I'm still getting used to the short hair, but I like it. I think it was really time to do a new vlog. :)

      Soon you can get your books by Nalini Singh signed, I'm so happy for you! And have fun with "Dark Frost".

      Happy Reading!

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  2. Your hair looks great, enjoy your books!

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  3. I love how diverse your reading piles are!!! I can always find lots of interesting things I havent heard of before!!! Thanks for sharing! :-)

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    1. Thanks! I love reading books from various genres, that way I have books for every mood and situation.

      Happy Reading!

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  4. Hey, I've seen, your although from Germany :D But I try to write in english...
    This are very nice books, I want to read them, too, but at the moment I only read german books but I want to start reading english, too. Can you say me some books which are easy to read first?

    I would be happy about a visit on my blog
    (http://www.eitauchen-in-eine-andere-welt.blogspot.de)

    Lovely Greetings

    Weisselilie

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    1. Hi and welcome to the blog. In my experience most YA books are great to start with when you begin with English books. Of course at first you might have trouble with understanding some words, but I promise it will get easier with every book you read.

      Happy Reading!

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