Stocktake Saturday 25 – 2014

June 28, 2014 Stocktake Saturday 6

Welcome to Stocktake Saturday! This feature is where I share some bookish news with you and then show you all the bookish goodies I got over the week.

The cover reveals from the last week – (links to Goodreads pages)

In Bookish News, Michelle Rowen (Vampire Academy: The Ultimate Guide, Dark Kiss, Wicked Kiss) has closed a three-book deal for a high-fantasy series with Razorbill, which will be published under her pen-name Morgan Rhodes. The series will be a spin-off of the Falling Kingdoms books, and the first one will be called A Book of Spirits and Thieves. It will follow two sisters who, in modern-day Toronto, get their hands on an unreadable book after it’s delivered to their father’s antiquarian bookstore. The book, Razorbill explained, “provides a portal to a faraway world rich with valuable magic,” and is sought by a secret society that will stop at nothing to retrieve it.

The third book in Mira Grant’s Parasitology trilogy will be called Chimera! This series consists of Parasite (2013), Symbiont (2014), and Chimera (2015).

This week’s reviews:

And the non review posts:

My book hauls, beginning as usual with the physical copies, thanks to Simon and Schuster AU, HarperCollins AU, Jo Fletcher Books (links to Goodreads):

And e-galleys from Netgalley and Edelweiss:

I hope you have some goodies to share as well, leave your links below and I’ll be sure to visit 🙂

Happy Reading!

6 Responses to “Stocktake Saturday 25 – 2014”

  1. Rochelle Sharpe

    The Glass arrow sounds interesting, I’ve added that to my to-read list.
    And I’m excited to hear that there is going to be a spin-off to the Fallen Kingdoms books. I’ve only read the first book so far but I loved it.

  2. Kelly

    Cynthia Hand is bringing a new book out? Really enjoyed her Unearthly series. I haven’t heard anything about it, I’m starting to think that you’re hiding in bushes and taking notes, I have no idea how you keep up with so many new releases.

    • Shaheen

      Thanks! That’s exactly what I do 🙂 I have several PI’s on my staff, they’re pretty talented!

      *now being serious* I follow all the publishers/authors on Twitter and Facebook, it’s pretty hard to miss anything!

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