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February Book Haul!

Happy March everyone, I hope you are all looking after yourselves. I am back, once again, with another book haul. This one consists of 14 books., some gifted by publishers, a gift from a friend and some I picked up myself. Here is my February book haul!

On one of my first walks in February, I took myself through the local town centre. That of course meant a trip to the bookshops. Whilst there I picked up Before the Coffee Gets Cold by Toshikazu Kawaguchi which I read immediately and adored. Also I picked up, Sorry, Bro by Taleen Voskuni, You Think You Know Me by Ayaan Mohamud and She is a Haunting by Trang Trahn Tran. These all sound incredible and I cannot wait to to dive into them.

I had to do a lot of life admin on one particular day in February and I thought I would treat myself as a little well done! I was drawn into the deals at The Works and picked up a few books. In the 3 for £6 deal I picked up Love Her or Lose Her by Tessa Bailey, The Visa by Lizzie O’Hagan and Tools of Engagement by Tessa Bailey. They were too good of a deal not to pick them up. On my way to the till I spotted Secretly Yours by Tessa Bailey and picked that up too.

Throughout February, I was lucky enough to be gifted a couple of books from publishers. Macmillian gifted me a copy of The Headmaster’s List by Melissa de la Cruz which I cannot wait to read. It sounds excellent! Rock the Boat kindly gifted me a copy of Happyhead by Josh Silver which I’ve already read and loved. I’ll be posting a review for it very soon!

Towards the end of the month, I had a day with my friends and one of them very kindly gifted me a copy of Love After Love by Ingrid Persaud which has been on my radar for such a long time! A couple of days later I picked up a few more books on a trip with my Mum. I got Friday I’m in Love by Camryn Garrett, Ellie Pillai is (Almost) in Love by Christine Pillainayagam and Before the Coffee Gets Cold: Tales from the Cafe by Toshikazu Kawaguchi. I’m looking forward to reading all of these as I’ve heard excellent things!

So, I ended the month with 14 more books than I began it with. Thank you so much to the publishers who gifted me some of the books included in this haul!

What books did you get in February and what books are you excited about in March? Let me know in the comments!

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