July 2016 Book Haul.

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Long time no see…I feel like it’s been AGES since I last bought a book…In
reality it’s only been a whole month…But a month for any book obsessed person,
seems like a lifetime! Since I didn’t read last month (damn you reading slump!), I
didn’t think I really deserved any new books. But seeing as I actually read this month,

I thought it was okay for me to buy a couple books for myself. This month 
I acquired 4 books. Thankfully I only paid for two of them!

Blogging For Books:

Pure Delicious by Heather Christo.
This is a really nice cookbook. It has a lot of recipes that 
are great for any diet. I know I will be using the dessert
section A LOT! 😉 You can read my Review HERE.

Net Galley:
25546710

The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett by Chelsea Sedoti.
When I was accepted to get this book, I had forgot what it was
about…But rereading the synopsis, it sounds like it is going 
to be a good read. Hopefully I can read it soon!

Half Price Books:
24688276 18812405

Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll.
I actually bought this book on a whim. I’ve been seeing it around
a lot lately, and I had a 50% off coupon, and I saw it on the shelf,
and it sounds great, so I bought it. Hoping it’s as great as
everyone is saying it is. 

The Good Girl by Mary Kubica.
I’ve head this book on my TBR for a while now, and I FINALLY
bought it! It sounds like it is going to be very good! It was
reccomended because I read and LOVED The Girl On The Train.
Hopefully I love it just as much!

Thankfully I didn’t go too crazy…You other bookworms know how it is.
Once you are in the bookstore, it’s hard to get you out!

Gi

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