Okay, guys, I finally caved. Even though I've been a Nook girl through and through, I was tired of my gallies expiring on me, so I bought myself an early Christmas present:
It's so cute and tiny and I got the prettiest purple cover for it. And now I'll get to take advantage of all of those amazing daily deals! :D My sis actually rec'd the Paperwhite to me after she got one because she was tired of reading on her iPad. Previously, I had been considering a Fire, but I decided I didn't really need anything that fancy since I already have the Nook Color, and even then I pretty much use it just for reading.
Besides my new gadget, I also got some pretty awesome reads...
Chantress by Amy Butler Greenfield - I saw this book on someone's WoW a few weeks ago, and I was immeditaely besotted. I cannot wait to get started on it. Isn't that cover beautiful?
Thanks Simon & Schuster!
Hysteria by Megan Miranda - I loved this author's debut novel Fracture, and being a fan of murder mysteries and memory loss stories, I knew I had to pick this one up.
Thanks Bloomsbury USA Children's Books!
Smart Girls Get What They Want by Sarah Strohmeyer - This ebook is only $2.99 until December 3rd. I read so many great reviews when it was released, and now that I have a Kindle, I one-clicked this baby. =) Go here to grab your own copy!
Days of Blood & Starlight by Laini Taylor - I feel like I've been waiting forever for this sequel. The first book was one of my favorites last year! Laini Taylor is a freaking genius!
Sapphire Blue by Kerstin Gier - I loved Ruby Red when I read it last year. It's one of the better time travel books out there, if you ask me, because, get this: they actually do some serious travelling back in time! I'm also curious about that gargoyle fellow. :-P
Days of Blood & Starlight by Laini Taylor - Um, so, I'm really, really impatient sometimes, and I couldn't wait for my physical copy of this book to arrive, and I loved the audio for the first book, so I went ahead and listened to the audio for the sequel, too. Don't judge me. :-( You can check out my review of the audiobook here.
Dark Star by Bethany Frenette - Superheroes!! Sounds fun. Short audiobook at just shy of 9 hours. Haven't seen many reviews, so here's hoping it's not a disappointment.
And there you have it. Another week with too many books and not enough hours in which to read them all. :D
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