Booklover Book Reviews Recap – June 2015
Can you believe it is July already? A great time to reflect upon our 2015 reading journey so far, and all those titles we still have plenty of time to read before the year is out (but more on that in the coming weeks)…
For now though, let’s quickly recap all that happened here on Booklover Book Reviews in June before taking a sneak peek at what’s coming up in July!
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To celebrate the release of Koven, Aussie author Vanessa Skye generously offered 1 signed paperback + 3 ebook copies for international giveaway.
The winners are:
Signed paperback – Hannah L
Ebook copies -Yvonne H, Cathy O, Angel Bookwhisperer
Congratulations! Yvonne please check your inbox for my email seeking your mailing address for prize delivery. Winners of ebook copies can expect to receive an email from Vanessa Skye containing your prize very soon.
To celebrate the release of Deborah O’Brien’s latest novel The Trivia Man, Random House Australia offered a paperback copy for giveaway.
The winner is:
Congratulations! Please check your inbox for my email seeking your mailing address for prize delivery.
No luck this time round?
Check out our current giveaways:
- ALL THE LITTLE PIECES by Jilliane Hoffman – Paperback, Australia (18 July)
- SKIN DEEP by Gary Kemble – 2 Paperbacks, Aus/NZ (20 July)
Other Bookish Banter
We added to our book wishlist and upcoming book releases in July caught our eye,
and welcomed new titles into our home.
- Booklover Mailbox – David Walton and Sydney Padua
- Booklover Mailbox – Evelyn Waugh, Deborah O’Brien and David Walton
- Booklover Mailbox – Judith Schalansky, Jilliane Hoffman & Hoa Pham
The Aussie Author Challenge 2015 is going strong, with a total of 116 reviews published by 25 registered participants thus far. With the year so young there’s still plenty of time to join in the appreciation of great Australian literary talent (plus earn extra entries in giveaways of new release titles).
What’s planned for July?
- Reflecting upon our reading highlights in 2015 so far and checking our progress in reading challenges
- More interviews and giveaways plus a guest post from Susan Spann, author of The Shinobi Mystery Series
- Eagerly awaiting the announcement of the program for the 2015 Brisbane Writers Festival (2-6 September), locking in my sessions, and planning my August reading accordingly
- Featuring the following titles: