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Book Haul: Winter Releases 2015

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Snow has finally arrived in my part of the neighbourhood! While it would have been wonderful to have snow on Christmas day, it’s better late than never. Living in Canada, I, as well as other Canadians, love their seasons and I was starting to miss the snow. Winter isn’t really winter without a little white on the ground. Now is the best time to curl up on the couch, sitting by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate and marshmallows alongside a good book. Continue reading

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Book Haul: Building My Library: eARCs from HarperCollins edition

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Building My Library is my personal weekly book haul meme. I share the books that I’m adding to my reading collection. This will include: books I buy from the store or online, borrow from friends or the public library,  advanced reading copies (books for review), gifts, audio books, and ebooks.

While I do love lining my book shelves with physical copies of the ARCs I select or the books I buy, it is very convenient and sometimes easier to get the review copies I want from websites like NetGalley and Above The Treeline (Edelweiss).

Here are the books that are calling my shelves home this week:

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A Cold Legacy (The Madman’s Daughter #3) by Megan Shepherd Continue reading

Book Haul: Building My Library #5

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Building My Library is my personal weekly book haul meme. I share the books that I’m adding to my reading collection. This will include: books I buy from the store or online, borrow from friends or the public library,  advanced reading copies (books for review), gifts, audio books, and ebooks.

With the sunny summer weather here, I’ve been taking every opportunity I can to read outdoors. There’s just something about the warm sun on your face, the cool breeze, the soft grass beneath your feet, and happy birds singing in the background that adds a sense of joy and peace to your reading experience. If you get a chance, visit a beach or park with a book in hand! Sometimes you don’t have to travel far for a relaxing spot too. I’ve been enjoying my backyard and garden, sometimes even with a drink in hand. Summer is a great time to get some reading done.

Here are the books that are calling my shelves home this week:

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