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March 7, 2012

eBook Week: What's on my reader

Barnes & Noble nook (ebook reader device)
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I'm needing to organize the ebooks on my Nook (or waiting to be transferred to my Nook), I thought I would do a post on what is waiting to be read. Some of these are review copies sent to me by the author or publisher and others are ebooks I picked up on free days. Read more about eBook Week at

Books "purchased" or gifted to me:

The Outsider (Shaker Series) by Ann H. Gabhart
The Murder of the Century by Paul Collins
Stealing Jake by Pam Hillman
Suddenly a Spy by Heather Huffman (Only 99 cents at Amazon)
Jailbird by Heather Huffman
Journey to the Well by Diana Wallis Taylor
Invisible (Ivy Malone Series) by Lorena Mc Courtney (FREE at Amazon)
Dating Mr. December by Phillipa Ashley
This Fine Life by Eva Marie Everson
Life's a Beach by Claire Cook
Alison by M. B. Forester-Smythe (Free at Barnes & Noble)
The Dead Saint by Marilyn Brown Oden
Coffee Shop Conversations by Dale Fincher and Jonalyn Fincher
Song of Renewal by Emily Sue Harvey
A Thirty-Something Girl by L. M. Stull (Only 99 cents at Amazon)

Books for review:
Water by Terra Harmony
Broken by Susan Jane Bigelow
Downburst by Katie Robison
Fire Mage (Blacklight Chronicles) by John Forrester
Gabriel's Inferno by Sylvain Reynard
Hickey of the Beast by Isabel Kunkle
Breathe by Abbi Glines
Sex, Life, & Hannah by Dorota Skrzypek - It has a really cool layout. It looks like a magazine, but it's a book.

As you can see I have some reading to do. I don't think I will ever be without a book to read. I'm happy to see that I only have eight ebooks for review (I honestly thought it was higher). Have you read any of these? What are your thoughts?

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  1. I haven't read any of these so I'll be looking for your reviews. And Donna, only 8 books in the review que? Not to shabby! I wish I was as on top of things as you are. I'm not going to reveal my number because it is not so pretty.

    1. That 8 is only the ebooks waiting for review. I have quite a few paperbacks waiting for review as well. Knowing that I don't read that fast, I try to be somewhat selective on what I accept for review.