Free Kindle Books on my TBR

One of the worst habits I’ve picked up recently is gathering free books for my Kindle. It feels like a good chance to try them out, especially if it’s a genre or trope I’ve never read. There doesn’t feel like anything to lose if I don’t love the book.

Have you heard of, or read, any of these books? Do you know where I should start?

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Books I Bought In 2018 But Haven’t Read Yet

This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little but a Lot.

I am the absolute worst for heading into a bookshop, buying books I’ve promised myself I’ll read in a month or two, and they stay on my TBR for at least a year. It’s something I’ve hoped to stop in 2019, but old habits really do die hard it seems. There are loads of books I bought last year but still haven’t touched, and I’m really going to have to get around to them soon.

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Physical book or e book? 

For quite a long time, I was a little off with e books. For me, they didn’t feel the same as holding a real paperback book in my hands, and it was as if some of the magic had been taken away.

My tablet came pre-loaded with Google Books, and I’d been on the Book Store to download a couple of my favourite free books. I hadn’t yet bought and paid for anything though.

physical vs ebook

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A Playlist of Hopes and Dreams

Today is my stop on the blog tour for A Season of Hopes and Dreams by the wonderful Lynsey James. While I have actually read the book, and will have a full review of it up later on, I wanted to do a little something different for my stop on the tour today. While I read the book, I was in constant contact with Lynsey, and we both would send back and forth songs we thought would fit into the book perfectly. So, that’s what I decided to do with my stop on the tour. Lynsey and I have put together a little playlist that perhaps you can listen to while you read this book.

Image via Neverland Blog Tours

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