Thursday, March 1, 2012

Review Copy Cleanup

I've just signed up for the Review Copy Cleanup Challenge, hosted by Nyx Book Reviews and Books, Biscuits, and Tea. The RCC runs the entire month of March and is dedicated to getting through that stack of review books that may or may not be from your overindulgence in NetGalley. Click the button to sign up yourself!

It's already March and time for the challenge to start, so here are the review books I have:

Moonstone series by Marilee Brothers
White Witch by Trish Milburn
Starters by Lissa Price
Slide by Jill Hathaway
Goddess Interrupted by Aimée Carter
The Green Man by Michael Bedard
Royal Street by Suzanne Johnson
The Peculiars by Maureen Doyle McQuerry
Dark Magic by James Swain
Lies Beneath by Anne Greenwood Brown
Dust Girl by Sarah Zettel
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman

**For regular readers, Stars of Myths and Fairy Tales will be up tomorrow. I was going to do it today, but then I read Feed, and then I couldn't do any more thinking. So stop by tomorrow for that.


  1. YAY! Glad your joining in too! Maybe we can finally catch up on our Netgalley gluttony!

  2. Good luck on the challenge! I definitely go a little crazy on netgalley sometimes!

  3. I got Dust Girl too! It sounds like such an interesting story... I hope you like all of your books. And good luck! (:

    My RCC Pile

  4. I also need to read Slide! :) I'll be looking forward to reading your review :) Good luck!

  5. I can't wait to read Lies Beneath, Slide and The Peculiars myself! I think they look awesome. I'm super curious about Dust Girl and Dark Magic as well:) Good luck!

    If you want to check out my to-read pile, it can be found here!:)


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