Bargain Book Bonanza 05/30/11!

May 30, 2011


I was at BookExpo America and the Book Bloggers Convention last week. Publishers and authors were handing out advanced reading copies of upcoming book titles, many of which are slated to be published this summer and fall.

In other words, FREE books. The photo above includes many of the books I got last week - for FREE!

Some of these books I will probably review, and others I'll just enjoy reading for myself!

I will be posting later this week about the two conventions!

Read more about the Bargain Book Bonanza at Baja Greenawalt's Cozy Book Nook:


Bargain Book Bonanza


8 comments:

  1. +JMJ+

    Little Women Letters caught my eye immediately as well.

    By "fictional descendants of Jo March," do you mean the children/grandchildren of her sons Rob and Teddy Bhaer?

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  2. I will definitely enjoy all the books!

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  3. I'm reading it right now. I'm definitely going to review it. I love the original "Little Women".

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  4. oh my goodness, 'Get Rich Click'.  I want to get rich by clicking.  How lucky are you.  Enjoy that haul, er, collection.

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  5. I hope that you review 'Little Women Letters". I am deciding on whether or not to buy that one.

    Carol Wong

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  6. The Rin Tin Tin book is definitely about the German Shepherd. It comes out in October.

    I'm reading the Little Women Letters now. It really helps that I'm so familiar with Louisa May Alcott's classic. It's about the (fictional) descendants of Jo March and what happens to them. It will be published in early June.

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  7. Wow! I really hadn't thought much about the convention since I'm not that into publishers/authors but free books-- now that gets my attention!!  Looks like some interesting titles-- especially the Little Women Letters and Rin Tin Tin. Wonder if that one is about the dog?

    Thanks for joining BBB again!!

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  8. Yes. Even though the main characters of the novel live in England, they are direct descendants of Jo March.

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