Fictionophile’s November Kindle book purchases #bookhaul

Question: What happens when you put an obsessed bookblogger on a NetGalley request hiatus?

Answer: She BUYS MORE books!

 

I bought thirteen Kindle books this month!  So many that I thought they deserved their own post. (I’ll still do a book haul post for my review commitments).

These are all commitment free and my total expenditure was only…. $25.55 Cdn.

What  BARGAINS!!!!

Here is a list of the titles and authors with links to their Goodreads descriptions in case you want to add them to YOUR TBR.

The Snow Killer” by Ross Greenwood (1st in a series)

Knife & Death” by Jay Gill (1st in a series)

The Last Stage” by Louise Voss

The Confession” by Robert Whitlow

I Could be You” by Sheila Bugler

These Little Lies” by Gretta Mulrooney (1st in a series)

A Shadowed Livery” by Charlie Garratt (1st in a series)

The Anglesey Murders: Unholy Island” by Conrad Jones (1st in a series)

Dark Deception” by Amanda James

Fireside Gothic” by Andrew Taylor

Deadly Silence” by O.M.J. Ryan (1st in a series)

and

Midwinter Mysteries: a Christmas Crime Anthology

Also… after reading a post by Mairead of Swirl and Thread, I purchased “Bloody Christmas” by Caimh McDonnell. Proceeds of this sale goes to the Peter McVerry Trust which aids the homeless.

 

About Fictionophile

Fiction reviewer ; Goodreads librarian. Retired library cataloger - more time to read! Loves books, gardening, and red wine. I have been a reviewer member of NetGalley since October 2013. I review titles offered by Edelweiss, and participate in blog tours with TLC Book Tours.
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26 Responses to Fictionophile’s November Kindle book purchases #bookhaul

  1. Bernie Maultsby says:

    Even though we are getting into the holiday months doesn’t mean we still can’t read some good suspense books and psychological thrillers right? I was happy to come across your blog, thank you for the recommendations! I don’t mean to add to your already daunting reading list BUT I wanted to recommend a book that sounds like it might be right up your alley. I recently finished a psychological thriller/suspense novel by “Ain’t No Messiah” by Mark Tullius (https://www.marktullius.com). The main character, Joshua, has grown up being told that he is the second coming of Jesus Christ. Having said that, he clearly lives with an extremely messed up and abusive family, as well as a cult-like over-the-top church. Joshua is desperately trying to figure out who he really is and escape from his psychologically scarring/damaging situation. This is a pretty dark read but it’s unique and interesting and I couldn’t put it down! Hope you will add it to a future list. Happy Holidays!

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  2. Why are you on a NetGalley hiatus?

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  4. What a fab haul! I can recommend The Last Stage, I really enjoyed that one. Happy reading! 🙂

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  5. Fab haul Lynne! I also bought Bloody Christmas after reading Mairead’s post the other day.

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  6. Christine says:

    What a great post, Lynne! I have like 800 books on my kindle. ALL were fabulous deals, but I’ve probably read less than 100 of them.Does that make them NOT very good deals? Nah!!!! 😄

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  7. Good for you, Lynne. yes, I’ve had to go the way of ebooks as well. We lived in the RV and then scaled down enough (in a stick house) that I can’t do bookcases again. and really, I love the Kindle app, so easy for older hands. AND, as you, soon as I get my 200 badge from NG, I’ll be scaling back on that as well. I like the commitment free–do as I can thing.

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  8. brmaycock says:

    Purchased Bloody Christmas too!! 13-a magical number-great list too!! Great post:)

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  9. I’ve thought about doing this with my ebookstagram photos but I don’t think people appreciate ebook hauls more than book hauls on Bookstagram… I think they are beautiful though. ❤

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    • P.S. sorry if that sounded offensive. I just always felt like book photos were always better but I have been buying my preferred content now instead of what Bookstagram prefers. ❤ Ebooks are the best. I need to get into Bookstagram again.

      Was trying to take a break through the holidays but I'm feeling more myself again finally.

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  10. carhicks says:

    I am off to check some of these ones out. I have a $20.00 Amazon credit, so …?

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  11. Carol says:

    Nice haul! I can’t pass up book bargains! 😍👍

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