Saturday, May 21, 2011

New Loot for the Literary Treasury


I think this might just be my best week yet. Love this week's loot!

1. Firelight by Sophie Jordan [Purchased from Amazon]
2. Paranormalcy by Kiersten White [Purchased from Amazon]
3. Heavenly by Jennifer Laurens [Won from Jennifer Laurens HERSELF via Twitter and autographed, accomanpied by a darling postcard that I adore. If you're reading this, Jennifer, THANK YOU SO MUCH!]
4. Infinite Days by Rebecca Maizel [Purchased from Amazon, love this cover]
5. Peeps by Scott Westerfeld [Purchased from Amazon]
6. Games to Play After Dark [Won from Goodreads First Reads, adult so no review to appear on TT]
7. Scarlet Nights by Jude Deveraux [Won from SS Pocket Publicity, Simon and Schuster Facebook Page]

Special mention to my copy of What Happened to Goodbye by Sarah Dessen that arrived LAST WEEK but I was only able to retrieve this week.

What did new literary loot did you guys get this week? I'd love to hear all about it. As well as what you've read that's pictured above or what you're dying to read a review on.


  1. I've read... Paranormalcy, Firelight and Peeps. They all look great though! I want to see your review for Paranormalcy - I hope you love it as much as I did! Happy reading :D

    OH! I just noticed you're up to 99 books. Which one is going to be 100?

  2. Wow. I am so behind in popular YA. By the time I get ahold of most of it everyone has read it, chosen teams and divvied up the hot guys. Lol.

    I'm surprised because out of all of the new books Paranormalcy and Heavenly are tied for the book I most want to read. I wasn't even *that* interested in Paranormalcy until I joined the blogging world and saw all of the great reviews. Than it became an instant must read. So glad I was able to snag a bargain copy of Amazon!

    Thank you!

    As for my one hundredth book I have no idea. I'm totally open to suggestions. I know technically I should finish off the last off my Kindle loans but I have them for two weeks so I could probably squeeze something else in between. What's your vote?

  3. Oh my gosh, greet loot! I order a lot of my books on Amazon too! I've found that their the cheapest and best quality, if I choose not to buy a book brand new. Although, I have a weakness for brand new books, so that doesn't happen often. I haven't read any of these but "Heavenly" by Jennifer Laurens. It's an amazing book! :)