Welcome to Letterbox Love, this is a UK meme, hosted by the lovely Lynsey at Narratively Speaking and inspired by The Story Siren's In My Mailbox. This post is a means by which to highlight the books we get in the post and beyond, and especially to bring attention to those books which may be sat on our shelves for a little while yet that we love all the same.
I've been very lucky to receive some awesome books from publishers this week as well as buying a couple of books too of course! So I'm going to share these lovely goodies with you just now...
I bought The Marriage Mender by Linda Green this week as it was released on Thursday. I am very much looking forward to this one because I love The Mummyfesto so I can only imagine this one is going to be just as good!
I also bought Isla and The Happily a Ever After since I read the first two novels in this wires by Stephanie Perkins on the Saturday and Sunday of the Bank Holiday Weekend so naturally on the Monday I had to have this one. I loved it and a review of all three of them is coming soon!
I was browsing in the Works last week and what should I spy? A large print version of one of my fabourite books Fairytale of New York by Miranda Dickinson. It would've been a sin not to pick it up...
I was lucky enough to receive several amazing books in the post this week too. Seeing Other a People by Mike Gayle. One Step Close to You by Alice Peterson. Paper Swans by Jessica Thompson and All Fall Down by Jennifer Weiner. I am so so excited about all of these, I was literally jumping and squealing when I opened the parcels-kind of embarrassing when you're at work! I can't wait to read them all!!
I was also Lucky enough to be sent a copy of Claudia Carroll's new novel Love Me or Leave me which is out in just over a week.
And finally I received a gorgeous copy of Waiting for Doggo. I'm looking forward to reading this but a little bit scared as I'm sure it'll make me cry!
How lucky was I to receive all these books from publishers this week? Thanks to all the lovely people who sent me books, I literally can't wait to clear my evening schedules and read all of these lovely beauties, keep your eyes peeled for reviews very soon!