I’ve recently shifted from reading mainly print books to having about half of what I read be in ebook format. My semi regular My Mailbox posts have only featured print books. I’m going to start featuring a few of the great ebooks I receive in Feeding My Reader Posts.
Michelle from Mom with a Kindle suggested I add a linky to these posts so others can link up and share their ebooks too. I’m going to try it and see if there is interest. I’ll post each Thursday night before I head to bed and call it Feed My Reader Friday.
FEED MY READER FRIDAY
THERE ARE NO SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS TO PARTICIPATE.
- Just put up a post sharing the new ebooks you’ve added to your reader, computer, phone, etc.
- You can grab the graphic I have on this post, make your own graphic, skip the graphic, whatever works for you.
- I will put up a post each week that will include a new linky. The linky will be set as a blog hop so you can grab the code at the bottom of the linky to include with your post IF you want. These posts will go live on Thursday night so you can stop by on Fridays and link up your post IF you want.
- Again there are really no requirements. You don’t need to link to me or credit me or anything like that. Just share all your great ebooks.
I’m not a graphics person…. I’m sure almost everyone can do a better job than I do but here are a couple of graphics if you don’t want to create your own.
Here are a few of the books that have been added to my Kindle recently.
I recognize I have an Ebook addiction. There is no way I will ever be able to read all the great ebooks I have but I love having my Kindle full of wonderful books that I can choose from. I will never be able to keep up and share all the great ebooks I receive but I’m going to attempt to share as many as I can.
Dying to Run by Cami Checketts (Amazon)
Cassidy Christensen wants to run. Captured by the traffickers who killed her mother, Cassidy’s only hope is Dr. Tattoo, a man she loves but nobody trusts. When she finally gets a chance to run, someone else she cares about is taken. Running might be her only chance at survival, but Cassidy won’t allow another family member to be killed in her place. This must-read sequel to Dead Running will have you laughing, biting your nails, and hoping for more.
Scent of Magic by Maria Snyder (Netgalley)
As the last Healer in the Fifteen Realms, Avry of Kazan is in a unique position: in the minds of friends and foes alike, she no longer exists. Despite her need to prevent the megalomaniacal King Tohon from winning control of the Realms, Avry is also determined to find her sister and repair their estrangement. And she must do it alone, as Kerrick, her partner and sole confidant, returns to Alga to summon his country into battle.
Though she should be in hiding, Avry will do whatever she can to support Tohon’s opponents. Including infiltrating a holy army, evading magic sniffers, teaching forest skills to soldiers and figuring out how to stop Tohon’s most horrible creations yet: an army of the walking dead—human and animal alike and nearly impossible to defeat.
War is coming and Avry is alone. Unless she figures out how to do the impossible…again.
Stone Demon by Karen Mahoney (Netgalley)
The stunning conclusion to the international mega-hit series
The just-unleashed demon hordes have delivered an impossible ultimatum to the Order of the Crow: produce the Philosopher’s Stone, or suffer a reaper storm of demonic tribulation. If alchemist’s apprentice Donna Underwood can’t recreate the mythical artifact, the world will be plunged into a devastating modern-day Dark Age. Pitting her dangerously unpredictable powers against a vengeful demon king, two maleficent faery queens, and an immortal magus with his own shadowy agenda, Donna must be willing to make the ultimate sacrifice—but this time, even death may not be enough.
Hysteria by Megan Miranda (Netgalley)
Another gripping psychological thriller from the author of the highly acclaimed debut novel Fracture
Mallory killed her boyfriend, Brian. She can’t remember the details of that night but everyone knows it was self-defense, so she isn’t charged. But Mallory still feels Brian’s presence in her life. Is it all in her head? Or is it something more? In desperate need of a fresh start, Mallory is sent to Monroe, a fancy prep school where no one knows her . . . or anything about her past.But the feeling follows her, as do her secrets. Then, one of her new classmates turns up dead. As suspicion falls on Mallory, she must find a way to remember the details of both deadly nights so she can prove her innocence-to herself and others.
In another riveting tale of life and death, Megan Miranda’s masterful storytelling brings readers along for a ride to the edge of sanity and back again.
Dance of Shadows by Yelena Black (Netgalley)
Vanessa Adler isn’t so sure she really belongs at the School of American Ballet. But dance runs in her family. It’s been a part of her life for as long as she can remember. Her grandmother and mother were prima ballerinas, and her older sister Margaret was, too. That is, until Margaret mysteriously disappeared from school three years ago. Vanessa is heir to the family’s gift and the only person who can fulfill her sister’s destiny. She has no choice. But she never could have guessed how dangerous the school is. The infamous choreographer, Josef, isn’t just ruthless with his pupils, he guards a sinister secret, one in which the school’s dancers-prized for their beauty, grace, and discipline-become pawns in a world of dark, deadly demons.
Snow Whyte and the Queen of Mayhem (Netgalley)
Stuck in her family’s apple orchards, Kat’s got plenty of work to do and only pesky Jeremy to help. But when Jeremy convinces her to run away, Kat will discover that nothing—and no one—in her life is quite what it seems. Wonderfully reimagined, this is the magical tale of Snow White as you’ve never read it before!
Talisman of El by Alecia Stone (From Author)
WHAT IF YOUR WHOLE LIFE WAS A LIE?
Population: Human … 7 billion.
Others … unknown.
When 14-year-old Charlie Blake wakes up sweating and gasping for air in the middle of the night, he knows it is happening again. This time he witnesses a brutal murder. He’s afraid to tell anyone. No one would believe him … because it was a dream. Just like the one he had four years ago – the day before his dad died.
Charlie doesn’t know why this is happening. He would give anything to have an ordinary life. The problem: he doesn’t belong in the world he knows as home.
He belongs with the others.