Book Review, Monthly Roundup

August Round Up

As you have probably noticed during August I didn’t write any book reviews. So I do have a few to catch up on. However I did managed to read 7 books which is still leaving me 7 books behind in my GoodReads reading Challenge. Which I’m hoping to catch up on this month.

August Reviews:

Non this Month


Books Read This Month:

  1. Primal Need (Primal Howlers #2) by Piper Davenport
  2. Primal Heat (Primal Howlers #3) by Piper Davenport
  3. Primal Hunger (Primal Howlers #4) by Piper Davenport
  4. Born for Leaving by Jude Munro
  5. The Last Pieces by Imogen Clark
  6. The Gin O’clock Club by Rosie Blake
  7. Ashes by Christopher de Vinck

Recently Acquired Books This Month:

Pre-Ordered Books:
  • Non this month
Amazon First Read:
Amazon Purchases:
NetGalley:
NetGalley Audio:
BookBub Free Books:

For a list of all the FREE books Via BookBub please go to Books Acquired via BookBub in August 2020 Post.

Book Blitz Posted This Month:

  • The Good Samaritan by Melynda Price
  • Why Can’t Freshman Summer be Like Pizza by Andy V Roamer
  • Endless (Less than Zero Rockstar Romance #4) by Kaylene Winter
  • Awakened by Him by Eyta Jade
  • Burning for More by Kaye Kennedy
  • Marauder (Gangsters of New York) by Bella Di Corte
  • When Love Finds You by Lynn Wolff
  • You Can’t Buy Love by Melanie A Smith
  • The Other Side of the Looking Glass by Kathleen Harryman
  • GoodKnight (Reed Security # 26) by Giulia Lagomasino
  • The Fall Changes (Honey Cover #1) by Marie McGrath

Book Blitz Cover Reveals This Month:

  • Hot Pickle by J J Knight
  • Gone Country & Gone Nerdy by Katrina Marie
  • Intro: Laconic by W H Rose
August’s Favourite Book Blitz Cover
The Other Side of the Looking Glass
August’s Favourite Cover Reveal
Intro: Laconic

August’s Favourite NetGalley Cover

So the reasons for this months favourite book covers for the four different categories are:

The Other Side of the Looking Glass: I chose this cover as it reminds me of the old black and white movies like the Charlie Chan films I used to watch as a child.

Intro: Laconic: I think what draws me to this cover is that is shows us part of the world from space, but its the audio controls that caught my attention.

Meet Me in London: This cover is just so nice and bright and makes me think of nights out in Edinburgh and how the city looked with all the lights on, even though it was night time it had a cosy feel. Just like this cover.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s