Vicky, over at Books, Biscuits & Tea and Celine over at Nyx Book Reviews had an awesome idea to host the Review Copy Clean-Up from March 1st to 31st. It’s for bloggers, like me, who have a review pile that’s piling up! I thought it would be wonderful incentive to catch up and read all the review books I have on hand before spring comes. A little spring-cleaning, so to speak.
You can read the guidelines and sign up for this challenge over at Books, Biscuits & Tea.
I will definitely be posting on Twitter my updates (#RCCleanup) and I’ll post a final update at the end of the month. I’ll be crossing off each book as I go!
Now, for the scary part of this post — the books! It’s kind of crazy how many books I have to read, but I can definitely do it and catch up!
Here’s my list:
Dawn Comes Early, by Margaret Brownley (from Booksneeze) Miracle for Jen, by Linda Barrick (for blog tour, from Tyndale)
- The Breath of Allah, by Steven W. Richardson (from the author)
I Am Me, by Ram Sundaram (from the publisher) The Book of Lost Fragrances, by M. J. Rose (from the publisher)
- The Power of Habit: Why We Do What We Do And How To Change It, by Charles Duhigg (from Goodreads First Reads)
- Angel Eyes, by Shannon Dittemore (for blog tour, from NetGalley)
- The Dog Walker, by Corwyn Alvaraz (from NetGalley)
Forgiving Trinity, by Liz Reinhardt (for blog tour, from the author) Grave Mercy, by Robin LaFevers (from NetGalley)
- Hanging Hill, by Mo Hayder (from NetGalley)
How To Cook Like a Man, by Daniel Duane (from NetGalley) Jump, by Jen Wylie (short story, from the author)
- Sweet Light, by Jen Wylie (short story, from the author)
Wanderlove, by Kirsten Hubbard (from NetGalley) Softly & Tenderly, by Sara Evans (originally from NetGalley, but never read or reviewed) As The World Dies Trilogy, Book 1 & 2, by Rhiannon Frater (from the author)
The Dustman, by S. M. Blooding (from the author)
Are you planning to join this challenge?
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