Book Haul October 20161 min read

October has been another pretty busy month, but I was able to achieve many things, including reading more books than usual (I’m still late on many but I can only promise I haven’t forgotten about them and how I wish there were more hours in the day), and purchasing less! But of course, this feature is all about new shiny beautiful things, so enjoy what has been added to my TBR during October.

As usual, we’ll start with the actual paperbacks, which were actually only two, and they are both Wonder Woman related, which I believe have been highly recommended by Troy.

 

wonder-woman-les-daniels-2

wonder-woman-les-daniels

wonder-woman-unbound-tim-hanley

Feel free to click on the images to be redirected to the links to purchase these beautiful masterpieces – they were a bit difficult to find in the ‘real world’.

Now, for ebooks, this is what is new on my Kindle shelves, there’s more chick-lit than usual (guilty pleasure, guilty pleasure):

After Dark The Cake Shop In The Garden We Were On a Break

 

And I got two advanced reader copies which I am due to read (I’m going through Darkchylde as we speak, which had already been published this Hallowen) and a Kindle First freebie that looked light and fun (hopefully)!

Darkchylde: The Ariel Chylde Saga Lift and Separate: A Novel Children of Lovecraft

So I know this was short, but it also gives me some motivation to get back on track with my reading goals. And as you all know, this is also time for NaNoWriMo and to get some writing work done as well. But I’ll keep you updated.

Let me know what you have added to your shelves this month, can’t wait to know.

2 Comments

  1. Fenrile on November 2, 2016 at 7:46 pm

    There’s never enough of Wonder Woman Haha. This Darkchlyde really piqued my curiosity by the cover as you know it. And that you told me there’s even comics of them in the first and by the same author, I’m really keen on trying those out soon! And in the meantime, let’s rock NaNoWriMo together <3
    Fenrile recently posted…First Glance – What Makes ‘Hello Neighbor’ Addictive and ScaryMy Profile

Leave a Comment





CommentLuv badge

About Nya

Nya at Nya Reads
Full-time UI/UX Designer & part-time Blogger. Has an healthy obsession with reading, writing and anything book related. All book reviews in this blog are deliciously spoiler free so please indulge!

Subscribe to new posts

Design services

Follow the crowd

Proud Member

Professional Reader
%d bloggers like this: