Category Archives: Anticipated titles

Fictionophile’s July 2020 #BookHaul

I’ve added THIRTEEN titles to my TBR this month. I was auto-approved for FIVE titles and my requests were approved for SIX more. I received ONE book directly from Orenda Books, ONE directly from the author, and the thirteenth title … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s June 2020 #BookHaul

I’ve added ELEVEN titles to my TBR this month. I was auto-approved for four titles, my requests were approved for four more, and three are titles that I was invited to review.   Blackstone Publishing  304 pages Publication date: August … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s May 2020 #BookHaul

My greed in amassing books for review continues at an alarming rate. I sacrificed my 80% NetGalley badge and downloaded TEN more titles from them. This was a tough decision, but I can rationalize it by saying I’ll never get … Continue reading

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20 Books of Summer Reading Challenge #20BooksOfSummer20

Once again, I plan to partake in the 20 Books of Summer Reading Challenge created by Cathy at 746books.comHer rules are simple: If you want to join in, just nab her Books of Summer image, pick your own 20 books … Continue reading

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New title for Agnes Ravatn! @OrendaBooks #SevenDoors #bookbuzz @simonschusterUK

As a book blogger, I am privileged to learn about new titles, often some months before they come out. This is a very pleasurable experience for a bookworm such as myself. Once in a while however, you learn of a … Continue reading

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International publishing – Book availability woes

As a book blogger, I spend a LOT of time reading other people’s blogs and reviews, and perusing the internet for fodder for my own blog. Admit it. This is a virtual world where boundaries can be crossed without fear … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s April #BookHaul

Confession time.  For the second month in a row, I went a little crazy and amassed a whopping 15 new review commitments. I am going to blame my greed insanity on self isolation, because well…. I can’t blame myself, can … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s March #BookHaul

Confession time.  I went a little crazy this month and amassed a whopping 14 new review commitments. I am going to blame my greed insanity on self isolation, because well…. I can’t blame myself, can I? These fourteen titles all … Continue reading

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Goodbye February – Fictionophile update and #BookHaul

As followers of this blog will know, I am currently on vacation and have prepared this post a few weeks ago. As a result I am unable to respond to comments or interact with you socially until I return in … Continue reading

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TBR poll results – What I’ll be reading soon

Earlier this month I shared a poll with you all that listed a dozen novels that I very much want to read. Because I have SO many review commitments, I am limiting myself to read just one of the twelve … Continue reading

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♥Help me choose my next ‘selfish’ read ♥

As a busy bookblogger, I seldom read anything other than advance reader’s copies.  I have a lot of review commitments, so tend to stick to those. BUT… we all have personal TBRs packed with books we long to read on … Continue reading

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January 2020 Kindle ebook purchases #bookhaul

Anyone who knows me, or follows this blog knows for sure that I have more than enough to read. I’ll never run out of great reading material. However, like most bookworms, bookbloggers, and all other book obsessed people, I cannot … Continue reading

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Banish the Backlist 2020 – a bookblogger self-challenge

Twenty BACKLIST titles I plan to read in 2020:Although I hate to make New Year’s resolutions, I have promised myself that I will seriously tackle my lengthy backlist of review commitments in 2020. Time flies. I’m not sure how I’ve … Continue reading

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Fictionophile’s December 2019 Book Haul

Despite my valiant efforts to NOT take on any more review commitments… Here are the SEVEN new titles I received in December. From Edelweiss I downloaded TWO new titles: “Seven Lies” by Elizabeth Kay (published by Pamela Dorman Books) ISBN: … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name? – Reading Challenge – 2020

The What’s In A Name Challenge is being hosted again for 2020 by Andrea at Carolina Book Nook.  Andrea took over in 2019 from Charlie at The Worm Hole who hosted previous years’ challenges. The challenge runs from January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020. … Continue reading

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