The Perks of Being a Bookseller: Part 5
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  • January 29, 2013
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Hello again, folks. I’m a bit late today in showing off the Perks that I acquired this last week. Time got away from me this morning watching the ALA awards! I’m excited to read the Newbery books that I haven’t read yet… which are all of them, unfortunately.
 
I’m very behind.
 
Sigh.
 
So, onto this week’s edition of The Perks of Being a Bookseller.
 
Enjoy the book porn. 
 

 
Remember how in last week’s Perks I said I was waiting for Random House to show up? Well, they showed up, the very same day I typed that line, coincidentally.
 
Random House likes to send me all of their doubles all at the same time.
 
Giveaways anyone?

 
Swag from HC for the upcoming Kim Harrison event at the bookstore I work at. Yay! A tee-shirt from the pubs that fits! Squee!!!
 
(They like to send me smalls, which I can never fit over the… erm… “girls”.)
 
 

 
…However… whoever printed up the Tee-Shirts forgot to include LANSING, MI to the tour info. We’re closing the tour, and we are not included at the bottom under Seattle…
 
 …grr bitches!!! Grr…


 
 
Miscellaneous swag through the store, included a signed Sarah Dessen ARC (it’s a duplicate, the sister copy is up for grabs in this contest… but I am keeping the signed one for meselves).
 
(Also, I recieved a tee-shirt for The Testing, which I had to pass onto my co-worker… because of, you know, the “girls” thing again.)
 

 
 
Lovely finals from the fine folks at HC. So excited for these.
 
… and so is Obicat, who hams up every book picture I ever take at some point.
 

 
 
I kinda want to send this to Harpercollins New York as a thank you card.
 
– “Oh hai! I love my Harpercollins books. Please send me more!”
 
Signed, the Obicat. –
 
Think that will get me more swag? I think so.
 
So, that’s the end of this week’s edition. I’m off to finish reading Of Beast and Beauty by Stacey Jay, which is really good.
 
Here’s the list of what walked through the door this week.
 
(Obicat not included)
 
– BP
 
PERKS JANUARY WEEK 4 (21 – 28)
  1. Joshua Dread: The Nameless Hero – Lee Bacon. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  2. The Morning Star – Robin Bridges. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  3. The Tribe: Homeroom Headhunters – Clay McLeod Chapman. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  4. The Testing – Joelle Charbonneau. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  5. Red – Allison Cherry. Advanced Reader Copy format. 2 copies.
  6. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd – Agatha Christie. Final quality paperback format.
  7. The Moon and More – Sarah Dessen. Advanced Reader Copy format. Duplicate. Autographed.
  8. The Flying Beaver Brothers #3 and 4 – Maxwell Eaton III. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  9. Season of the Witch – Mariah Fredericks. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  10. The Dark Between – Sophia Gensler. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  11. Shadow on the Sun – David Macinnis Gill. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  12. Boundless – Cynthia Hand. Final hardcover format.
  13. The League – Thatcher Heldrig. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  14. The Great Trouble – Deborah Hopkinson. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  15. Tandem – Anna Jarzab. Advanced Reader Copy format. 2 copies.
  16. The Rules – Stacey Kade. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  17. Unravel Me – Tahereh Mafi. Final hardcover format.
  18. Raven Flight – Juliet Marillier. Advanced Reader Copy format. 2 copies.
  19. Promise of Blood – Brian McClellan. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  20. Lara’s Gift –  Annemarie O’Brien. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  21. Through the Ever Night – Veronica Rossi. Final hardcover format.
  22. The Winter of the Robots – Kurtis Scaletta. Advanced Reader Copy format.
  23. The Madman’s Daughter – Megan Shepherd. Final hardcover format.
  24. Wicked Cruel – Rich Wallace. Advanced Reader Copy format.
 
 
 
 

 

5 Comments

elin

2013-01-29 09:54:37 Reply

I love the last photo.
1.because Through the Ever Night is there
2.obicat is so cute

bibliopunkk

2013-01-29 13:58:22 Reply

I still have to read Under the Never Sky. I started once and wasn’t impressed 30 pages in. But I have heard such great things that I’m planning on going through both of them and trying again… especially since I now have a final of number two. 🙂

elin

2013-01-30 02:13:28 Reply

It’s hard sometimes to get into a story the few pages in but in my opinion, Under the Never Sky gets pretty interesting towards the middle. Hope you enjoy it 🙂

bibliopunkk

2013-01-30 05:41:51 Reply

I try to give it to at least 75 pages but if I am doing a few things at 30 pages, like zoning out, I take it as a sign that I am not into the book at that particular moment in time. And then I veer and come back or just, simply, move on.

The Lovely Getaway

2013-01-31 03:40:32 Reply

You’re cat! <33333

Madman’s Daughter= Me Jelly!!!
haha! happy reading….