Sunday 21 April 2013

First Class Post (48) & Weekly Highlights

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First Class Post - because this post is first class!

First Class Post

Check out the memes Letterbox Love and Showcase Sunday.

For review:

Where You Are by Tammara Webber - Goodreads / Amazon
So excited to read this after loving Between the Lines! It's going to be good!

Untouchable by Philippe Pozzo di Borgo - Goodreads / Amazon
(Missing from the photo!) This is a New Adult easy-read from new indie publishers ReadZone Books - a publisher for struggling readers and readers with a reading age much lower than their own. I loved the look of the film, so I'm interested to give the book a go!

All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill - Goodreads / Amazon
This book sounds absolutely amazing! I am so excited to read it! Time travel and romance and ooooh! I make a point of not reading to deadline, but if I'm able to read this before 27th May, there's a chance a quote from me could be included in the finished copy! Awesome!

Soulmates by Holly Bourne - Goodreads / Not on Amazon yet.
Another book that sounds incredible! I am so intrigued by the havoc being with your soulmate causes. Another deadline book - if I read by 1st May, another possible quote in the book!

Unsolicited review copies:

You Don't Know Me by Sophia Bennett - Goodreads / Amazon
The Dead Girls Detective Agency by Suzy Cox - Goodreads / Amazon
Drummer Girl by Bridget Tyler - Goodreads / Amazon

Thank you to Penguin, ReadZone Books, Bloomsbury and Chicken House, Usborne, Much-in-Little and Templar for the review copies.


Inspired by Faye of A Daydreamer's Thoughts's Weekly Highlights, here are some of my posts from the past week:

Weekly Gossip
This week's Weekly Gossip features cover reveals for Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas, the sequel to Throne of Glass, Fortunately, the Milk by Neil Gaiman, and The Memory of After by Lenore Appelhans, the title for the paperback of Level. It also includes details of Michael Grant events in the UK.

2013 YA UK Debut Interview: ACID by Emma Pass
Check out my latest debut author interview with Emma Pass, where she discusses her debut novel ACID, and shares with us her research into totalitarian regimes.

London Book Fair - Blogging: The New Community Write-Up
I was a speaker on the panel  for Blogging: The New Community last Tuesday, and this is my write up of how it went!


  1. I finished You Don't Know Me yesterday and thought it was brilliant. I really need to read something by Tammara Webber.
    Happy reading! :)

    1. Thank you! :) I won't be reading You Don't Know Me, it's not really my cup of tea. Tammara Webber is AWESOME! I am so excited to read Where You Are, I loved Between the Lines!

  2. Great haul! :) I absolutely LOVED Sophia Bennett's previous book (The Look) so I think You Don't Know Me is going on my wishlist right now. Can't wait to hear what you think!

    1. Thanks, Vicky! :) Unfortunately I won't be reading You Don't Know Me. As I said on Twitter, not really my thing.

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    1. Cheers! It does! I'm so looking forward to reading it! :)

  4. Great books! I really want to read a Sophia Bennett book soon. I really liked Tamara Webber's book, Easy, so I am interested to read more of her works. Happy reading! :)


    1. Thank you! :) I've not read anything by Sophia Bennett, her books don't appeal to me, unfortunately. Easy is awesome, and so was Between the Lines, so I'm super excited to read the sequel! :D

  5. Drummer Girl looks brilliant! That's on my to-read-and-review list :) hope you enjoy these reads!
    -- Georgia

    1. Thank you! :) Drummer Girl isn't really my cup of tea, unfortunately, so I won't be reviewing it. But really looking forward to the first four! :)