Friday, February 13, 2015
#REVIEW - BUZZ BOOKS 2015 SPRING/SUMMER ADULT VERSION AND BUZZ BOOKS 2015 YOUNG ADULT SPRING VERSION by PublishersLunch
YOUNG ADULT VERSION
I LOVE these books! I eagerly wait for these books to come out twice a year since they were released about four years ago on NetGalley! They release two of these every year now, actually four are released because 2 are the Adult Versions, which is the version I get, and the other two are the Young Adult Versions, which I do not get only because I don't enjoy Young Adult as much as I enjoy Adult.
The BEST part about these books is you can request the titles featured in these books right from your Kindle! Unfortunately, not ALL titles are available for review. Bummer! I've read a few chapters from a few amazing authors, such as S J Watson and Chevy Stevens that are NOT available! Ugh! I WISH!!! I'd LOVE to read them NOW! I guess I'll have to wait!
The Adult version book has about 40'ish books, and is set up with a Table of Contents, an Introduction, The Spring/Summer Publishers, Buzz Books Authors Appearing at Winter Institute, Excerpts by Publisher, About NetGalley. There is Part One: Fiction. Part Two: Debut Fiction and Part Three: NonFiction. Copyright and The End.
Oh! The books! You have GOT to take the time to read this book! You will be salivating at some of the books that are coming! You are going to find yourself requesting books to read/review, and your TBR list at NetGalley is going to GROW, and quickly! Remember, not all books are available for review (bummer!!!). I wrote down the books I requested on my calendar according to their release dates. Most books seem to come out in June, but there are some that release sooner. A calendar to keep track is a MUST HAVE!
Enjoy!! I sure did, and now I get to start reading!!!
The Young Adult version is most likely set-up the same.
I received this book for FREE from the Publisher's Lunch and NetGalley in exchange to read and write a review about it. It is NOT required for this review to be either positive or negative, but of my own honest opinion. "Free" means I was provided with ZERO MONIES to read this book nor to write this review, but to enjoy the pure pleasure of reading it. I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255, http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/waisidx_03/16cfr255_03.html Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.
Posted by Laurie Carlson at 9:00 PM