April, May + June Book Haul

Tuesday, July 05, 2016
April, May + June Book Haul
Now, I don't know how this happened but over the past three months I've managed to accumulate a lot of books...I may have a problem. I have been sent a few books and I have bought a lot of books, thankfully the majority were discounted in some way from The Works, Wordery, Book Depository and Amazon, all of which have become such a weakness for me this year!

I have over 45 books in this haul *hangs head in shame* and 10/11 of them were sent to me for review from the lovely publishers including: Nobrow, Titan Books, Pushkin Press and Transworld Books. Since I photographed the books and filmed the clips below, I have somehow acquired four more books including: Hero Born, With Malice, The Crowns Game and Hero Grown - review coming over the next two months.

The Works 
Now, I really wish we had assess to Book Outlet here in the UK but I guess our equivalent is The Works although it has a lot more than just books. I've made quite a few orders on The Works this year as the books are so cheap and I usually find a discount code too. The Works is best for non-fiction in my opinion and I've found a range of interesting and inexpensive non-fiction books from there recently, including: Brevertons Nautical Curiosities, The Time Travel Handbook (£4) and The Science of Everyday Life.

Amazon 
Amazon has also become a weakness for me especially earlier in the year when I had a Amazon Primer trial *don't get it, you will feel the need to buy constantly!*. I've bought so many used books from Amazon - most of the books in this haul are from Amazon including: Warm Bodies, Uprooted, The Night Circus, The Mime Order (which was a bargain at less than £3 for a like new hardback copy) and a range of gorgeous editions of Susan Hill books published by Profile Books. You can get so many cheap used hardcover covers on Amazon *I have no willpower when it comes to cheap hardcover books*.

Tesco 
I was kindly sent a £50 Tesco voucher recently and yes, I spend the majority of it on books! I finished my Harry Potter book collection with the voucher - I adore the Bloomsbury editions. I also bought To Kill A Mocking Bird, Revival by Stephen King, The Miniaturist, The Loney, Rouges by George R R Martin and others and A Shepherd's Life as well as one or two other books that I've forgotten to photograph.

Book Depository & Wordery
Both Book Depository and Wordery have great discounted books and very new releases and I cannot remember which books came from which site but I bought some new releases such as True Born and Riverkeep as well as the much raved about A Court of Thrones and Roses, Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children, The Master & Margarita, Night Walks by Charles Dickens and other books.

Now onto the video, sorry for the shakiness and lighting *clearly the English weather hasn't got the memo that it's now summer*!

Have you read any of these books? What have you been reading recently? Where do you buy books from? 

9 comments

  1. Wow.. that's a hearty stash! I've been trying to buy more books recently instead of downloading them on my Kindle. I have a bookshelf that's crying out to be filled. I'm currently reading Shantaram and it's quite possibly one of the best books I've ever read. It's a long one but it's so good. I love Donna Tartt as an author too. The Secret History and The Goldfinch are both must-reads! x

    Kirsty - Life in Excess

    ReplyDelete
  2. Wow that is an impressive haul!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Wowzers that is an impressive haul there!! There's definitely some books I'd like to add to my reading list.

    Victoria x
    FlorenceandMary.com

    ReplyDelete
  4. We have a book outlet/wholesaler warehouse near me that opens one weekend a month called 66 books. Everything is 70% off RRP and they have 80% off selected genres each month. It's only £2 for membership for the year too. You would LOVE it! It's a bit of a trek from Manchester though as it's in Hertfordshire, might be worth investigating if there is a similar place near you? This is a warehouse in the middle of an industrial estate. I believe they supply to places like The Works and The Book People.

    ReplyDelete
  5. So many amazing books!!

    Happy Tuesday Doll! Ps: I'm hosting a Giveaway on the blog (Brand New Rose-Gold iPhone) I'd love if you entered. Kisses,
    BLOG | TAISLANY

    ReplyDelete
  6. I. Love the Harry Potter series! I buy all my books through Amazon too, it's just so convenient!


    XoXo,

    Tamara - LoveofMode.com

    ReplyDelete
  7. Wow, that's a lot of books! Looks so inviting to dive into though! x

    Kate Louise Blogs

    ReplyDelete
  8. I am jealous of your book stash, I have 8 to read on my Kindle lol x

    ReplyDelete
  9. The Works has such a great selection of book, especially if you interests are quite broad. I loved going in there!
    Angie | Chocolate & Lipstick | Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

    ReplyDelete

Feel free to leave me a comment, I read all of them!

If you would like to contact me with a question or PR information email me at: heathernixon4@gmail.com