I’m drowning in eARCs. Don’t ask me how it happened, because I don’t actually know. This post is going to also going to be a bit of a haul post from the last two and a half months. As well as just a typical NG Update post.
I thought I was doing so well, knocking books out, reviewing them, and now I suddenly have 20+ books I need to read and it’s lowkey stressing me out. Stressing me out to the point where I haven’t even touched an eARC for 2 weeks.
And to be fair, I’ve been immersed in my TOG reread and that has pretty much all my focus.
Apart from NetGalley, I’ve also acquired a couple of other eARCs. I’m really excited to read all of these, I just need more hours in a day.
So, let’s first take a look at what I hauled in July and August:
Under the Milky Way – Vanessa Barneveld
A Far Wilder Magic – Allison Saft
Lakesedge (World at the Lake’s Edge #1) – Lyndall Clipstone
Daughters of a Dead Empire – Carolyn Tara O’Neil
Edgewood – Kristen Ciccarelli
Full Flight – Ashley Schumacher
Poison & Poultice (The Gate Cycle #1.5) – Kristen Jacques
This May End Badly – Samatha Markum
When You Get the Chance – Emma Lord
When Night Breaks (Kingdom of Cards #2) – Janella Angeles
Cupcake – Cookie O’Gorman
She Who Rides the Storm – Caitlin Sangster
Gilded (Untiled #1) – Marissa Meyer
Vespertine (Vespertine #1) – Margaret Rogerson
These are the eARCs that I’ve hauled outside of NG.
Flirting with Fate (Flirting with Fate #1) – J.C. Cervantes
Hotel Magnifique – Emily J. Taylor
Echoes and Empires (Echoes and Empires #1) – Morgan Rhodes
The Other Merlin (Emry Merlin #1) – Robyn Schneider
A Shadow in the Ember (Flesh and Fire #1) – Jennifer L. Armentrout
Now, here’s what’s currently waiting to be read in my library:
Here’s what’s currently sitting in Pending Hell for who knows how long now:
And here’s what’s been annoyingly declined:
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I have A Far Wilder Magic waiting to be read as well – you’ve got some other titles on there I’m off to look for right now!
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I had to stop using NetGalley cause the deadline stressed me out. I may go back to it in the future, but for now I’m happy reading library/my own books lol.
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