Letterbox Love #8

Letterbox Love is a new meme that was created by Kristy, Laura, Carly, Lynsey, Emma and Leanne and is being hosted on Lynsey’s blog, here.

The logo on mine is not the actual one. I made this myself before I realised a graphic had been made already but I love mine so I’m keeping it.

I’ve had another fairly busy week in terms of books this week – gotta keep that TBR pile growing, don’t we? I’m really looking forward to all of my new reads this week and kind of wish I had super human powers to read through books faster than I do now! Haha.


Dreams by Daniela Sacerdoti; I am going to be truthful here, I hadn’t heard of this one until very recently. It was a part of The Book Depository’s 24 hour sale and it appeared at a time when I was on the computer and before I know it I had clicked the buy button. It was really cheap and it sounds amazing. If you’ve read this one, what did you think?

The Night Circus by Erin Morgensern; This one has been on my radar for a while so when I went into Waterstones and it was one a buy one, get one half price deal, I just couldn’t resist. I am so looking forward to reading this because I have heard such great things about it!

Me Before You by JoJo Moyles; Again, this is a new title that was brought to my attention recently. The lovely Lucy from ChooseYA mentioned it to me in passing last Saturday so when I saw it in the same offer as The Night Circus, I simply had to buy it, didn’t I? It looks really interesting and I can’t wait to dive into it!


Boys Don’t Cry by Malorie Blackman; If you do not know yet, Malorie Blackman is one of my all-time favourite authors. She’s one of the authors who really got me into reading (along with J. K. Rowling, Phillip Pullman and Jacqueline Wilson) and I have always admired her writing. Recently I realised I haven’t read a fair few of her titles and this just happens to be one of them. With the sequel on its way, I figured I should give it a try! 

for review

On the Island by Tracey Garvis-Graves; This one sounds so amazing. I already feel heart-broken from the summary and I can just feel that this book is going to grab me unexpectedly. I am looking forward to diving into this one so much! Thank you so much to PenguinUK for sending me this book for review!

Fallen, Torment and Passion by Lauren Kate; I am one of the very few bloggers who hasn’t read the Fallen series yet! I got Fallen out of the library a while back but never got around to reading it before I had to return it. Thankfully Lauren from RHCP came to the rescue and sent me the first three books in this series for review and I am definitely looking forward to reading this series – possibly even back to back!

That’s all I got this week!
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  • Theta Sigma

    Ooh… Ooh… “Night Circus”, “Night Circus”… despite all the to-ing and fro-ing around the timeline of the story, it’s a great book.

    I was also told about “On The Island” by Jana at “That Artsy Girl Reader” blog and I wanted to buy it a while ago, only for it be removed from Kindle so I’m glad it’s come back.


  • Pen to Paper

    I got Dreams by Daniela Sacerdoti, from the publishers for review, last week. I’ve read a little bit, just to get a taste, and it sounds really good so far. I’m hoping it’ll live up to that, all the way through!

    Great haul! I haven’t read the Fallen series either though, so don’t worry :P

    Pen to Paper

  • Jasprit

    Awesome set of books this week Faye! I also can’t wait to read On the Island, I’ve read some great reviews already! I’ve also been meaning to check out Boys Don’t Cry by Blackman! Hope you enjoy all your books and thanks for stopping by! :)

  • Vicky @ Books, Biscuits, and Tea

    So many fantastic books!! I ordered the Jojo Moyes book last week – I can’t wait to read it :) I’ve heard so many great things about it on Twitter, it must be really good! Also, The Night Circus has been on my TBR list for ages – I think I bought a Kindle copy a few months ago but I still need to read it. x

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