Booklover Book Reviews Recap – June 2012

Gillespie and I by Jane HarrisJune has been a busy month here at Booklover Book Reviews. Here is a quick recap:

Book Reviews Published:

The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

Gillespie and I by Jane Harris

The Furnace by Timothy S Johnston

The Golden Scales by Parker Bilal

Hope Road by John Barlow

Disclosure: If you click a link in this post and make a purchase, I may earn a small commission.

Started a regular segment, Books That Caught My Attention This Week, to share the books I am putting on my hopelessly long wishlist:

June Edition 1:  A Lady Cyclist’s Guide to Kashgar by Suzanne Joinson and The Book of Answers by C Y Gopinath

June Edition 2:  Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walters and Bad Karma by David Safier

June Edition 3:  Brenner and God by Wolf Haas and Capital by John Lanchester

June Edition 4: Darwin’s Ghost’s by Rebecca Stott and All That I Am by Anna Funder

Books That Came Into My Home:

Let The Devil Sleep by John Verdon (for review, TLC Book Tour in August)

The Orphan Master’s Son by Adam Johnson (audiobook)

We Bury The Landscape by Christine Ong Muslim (for review)

As The Lightning Comes by Svensk Oob (for review)

Life! Death! Prizes by Stephen May (for review)

Booklover Bites:

Kate Forsyth, Science Fiction and Book Cover Art

Fiction in Translation and Reading Challenges 

Costs of Ebook Publishing, How To Pitch A Book and The Future of Print

Book Giveaways:

Announced the lucky winner of a paperback copy of Bitter Greens by Kate Forsyth

Launched Kindle ebook giveaway of The Furnace by Timothy S Johnston

Launched giveaway of a paperback copy of The Golden Scales by Parker Bilal (Aus & NZ mailing addresses only)

Guest Posts:

I guest posted at Bookkus Publishing – The Envious Reviewer.

I hosted Shelleyrae from Book’d Out  as our Aussie Author Challenge Guest Blogger for June.