Jackie's Forget Me Nots

No vase can overflow if you never fill it up.

I haven’t purchased any books this week, but I’ve been checking books out of the library more than ever. I just picked up Written in Red by Anne Bishop. Kim from caffeinated book reviewer recommends The Others, said it was one of her favourite series, so I went and got the first book, and that is what I will be reading next.

I just finished marathoning the Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown. I loved it, particularly Morning Star. I felt more comfortable with the characters and the world. The main problem I have reading sci-fi books is that I find it hard to imagine stuff. I don’t know how things should be but when I see it on screen it is so good, and I love Guardians of the Galaxy but try to explain that in a book. Raccoons, blue people etc…:)
Anyway I digress
I liked Morning Star, and I am looking forward to reading Iron Gold which is coming in the mail with the Howler Ilumicrate box of goodies that I ordered.

What I added to My Kindle

11 thoughts on “What’s new on my shelf

  1. ChrissiReads says:

    Looks like there’s some good books here to get stuck into! 🙂 Enjoy!

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  2. Greg says:

    Ha ha good point about sci-fi books! “Raccoons, blue people” so true! S’More to Lose and Written in Red both look good.


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  3. twentybandits says:

    I love book marathons! I’m marathoning Wither, Fever and Sever at the moment and plan to marathon The Goddess Trilogy by Aimee Carter soon.

    Vee @ Under The Mountain

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  4. Oh, what fun books! I haven’t tried the Anne Bishop series yet, but it looks really fun. Have a wonderful week.

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  5. The Others is one of my favorite series too. You’re in for such a treat.

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  6. Andreea P. says:

    I want to read the Red Rising series too! S’more to Lose looks like a lot of fun. Have fun reading!

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  7. I hope you love your books! I still need to read Red Rising. I’ve heard a lot of good things about it.

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  8. So many good books added to your shelf this week, Jackie! I love Pierce Brown 🙂

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  9. kozbisa says:

    I have the first S’more book and plan to read it for a reading challenge (a gifted book, I think I won it). My co-bloggers love Pierce Brown. Hope the series is satisfying.

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    1. Jackie says:

      Thanks. I didn’t realize there was a first S’more book. I found Pierce Brown’s saga very satisfying.

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  10. I have to agree that sometimes it’s hard to imagine sci-fi worlds but I’ve been wanting to read Pierce Brown’s books. Written in Red seems like it would be a good one to try and I need to see if my library has it.

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