LOTS of pretty covers this week! All in the S’s and all in the blues, Shorefall, The Square of Sevens and Starling House. Although Starling House is also just a bit creepy looking. But probably not as actually creepy as yesterday’s book, The Salt Grows Heavy. Which was excellent but pretty much broke my creep-o-meter for a while.
Audible had a 2-for-1 sale, and those are always my downfall, plus The Fossil Hunter was the Audible Daily Deal one day this week. If you’re not signed up for the Audible Daily Deal daily email, and you’re willing to be tempted by excellent audiobooks going for a song, it’s definitely worth the minute or two it takes every day just to check out what’s on sale that day.
Colorful Palate by Raj Tawney
Famous in a Small Town by Viola Shipman
Long Past Dues (Unorthodox Chronicles #2) by James J. Butcher
The Navigating Fox by Christopher Rowe
The Never Wars by David Pedreira
Of Time and Turtles by Sy Montgomery
Poverty, by America by Matthew Desmond
A Power Unbound (Last Binding #3) by Freya Marske
The Square of Sevens by Laura Shepherd-Robinson
Starling House by Alix E. Harrow
A Stranger in the Citadel by Tobias Buckell (book AND audio)
Technically Yours by Denise Williams
Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
The Empire’s Ruin (Ashes of the Unhewn Throne #1) by Brian Staveley (audio)
For Love of Magic by Simon R. Green
The Fossil Hunter by Tea Cooper (audio)
Postcards from Stella Maris (Liz Talbot) by Susan M. Boyer
Shorefall (Founders #2) by Robert Jackson Bennett
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There are some gorgeous covers here! Technically Yours and Postcards both look good to me. I hope that you enjoy them all Marlene! Have a great weekend.
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The Fossil Hunter sounds awesome. Just imagining great sea creatures swimming in an inland sea in Australia millions of years ago… that alone makes me want to read it! And I love turtles so Of Time and Turtles appeals t ome as well.
The Never wars in intriguing too!
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Technically Yours looks really good. I hope you enjoy your books and have a great week!
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I think the cover of Starling House looks cool. I’m not sure what that says about me. LOL. Technically Yours sounds like something I might enjoy. I added it to my TBR list. Thanks!! 🙂
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