BLAME IT ON THE COMMUNITY! #7

Hello world! How are you? I know that this month I have posted this meme, but I have so many books to share with you all that I decided to make another one! And ok, I have to write some reviews, but I am not in the right mood so… here we are!

The book community is an amazing place, where you can discover good book after good book. Yes, the community is not the only meaning to discover new books, but it’s one of the most pleasant and rich. And the additions to my TBR are always a lot when I frequent the book community (blog, twitter, Goodreads or Instagram. On every platform this is the best way to discover new books!) so I thought it would be nice to share some appreciation for the hard work that sometimes promoting our favorite reading could be!

I have to say that I won’t always be able to say where I discovered the books that I mentioned, but all the books I would mention in this meme are books that I discovered thanks to you all. It could be a review, a can’t wait Wednesday, a twitt, a post somewhere. It’s not important what, just know that I have you to thanks to making me discover new books!

Today we start with a thriller, Dark Matter that I discovered thanks to Drew, @TheTattoedBookGeek that wrote a great review! I think I need to read more thriller or mystery. Usually I read some of them, but this year I am going with fantasy and fantasy and fantasy again. And I am starting to miss some good mystery or thriller, just for a change. A Hidden Fire is a paranormal/urban fantasy and the review written by Lisa @WayTooFantasy made me curious, so here it is! And then there is Stormblood that I added on my TBR thanks to two blogger, Maddalena and Tammy, @SpaceAndSorcery and @Books,Bones&Buffy, both of them have interesting things to say about this book, and I simply couldn’t resist!!! This year I am adding a lot of sci-fi titles on my TBR, so I hope to start reading them soon, because I keep adding them, but not reading them… and this is no good! Sin in the Steel is here thanks to the amazing review by @fanFiAddict. This was one of those reviews that had me at hello. I really hope to read this book soon! And last but not least, there is The Four Profound Waves that I discovered thanks to @BeautyInRuins.

And for today that’s all! What about you? Do you blame the community for your never-ending TBR, too? And have you read these books? Or have you added them to your list? And which are the latest books you have added to it?? Let me know!

Happy reading!
S.

14 thoughts on “BLAME IT ON THE COMMUNITY! #7

  1. NB says:

    Such an awesome group of bloggers – glad to have been one that caught your eye!

    I’m halfway through The Four Profound Waves and it’s really quite magical. The language and imagery is just beautiful.

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