Hoarders: Books Edition, Episode 106


Welcome to this week’s book haul post. Incidentally, this is the first ever post on my new website. Feel free to look around. 🙂 With all the moving around and figuring things out, you can already guess how insane my week was. However, that didn’t put a damper on the book-buying binges that I had this week.



Scan by Walter Jury & S. E. Fine. This book is coming out on May. It’s a Sci-Fi YA about an alien race that lived among earthlings without anyone of them knowing. It’s absolutely addictive!

Clipped Wings by Helena Hunting. This was a pulled-for-published fan fiction that I’d enjoyed back in the day. I’m so glad that the author revamped the story. It made it better, in my opinion.

Spin by C.D. Reiss. This is book one of Songs of Corruption. I found this book through Nocturnal Book Reviews. It only took me a couple of hours to read this. It’s the story of a mafioso and the ex-fiance of a mayoral candidate. Seriously, if you’re into Erotica, you should give this book a go.


I am in the midst of reading book #12 of the Black Dagger Brotherhood. So far, it’s meeting my expectations. I suspect this is going to take me a while to read. It’s a daunting 570 some odd pages!

I had planned on getting through my review pile so I’m pretty sure my choices for next week will be a bit sporadic. I also joined the LGBT Month hosted by Cayce of Fighting Dreamer and Laura of Music Plus Books. The funny thing is, I don’t see my name on the list of participants. But I’m a huge supporter of LGBT literature so, I’m going to go ahead and participate anyway.






On Friday, I met up with three book bloggers from the city: Sara of Just Another Story, Mary Ann of Chapter by Chapter, and Kristie of Lost in Ever After. We had such a great time! We gossiped, laughed a whole lot and talked about everything to do with books and blogging. I’m really glad we met up. It’s great to talk in person instead of social media. Lol.

Thanks for reading, everyone. Link me up your book haul posts in the comments. 🙂