Book Haul||February.

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Hi 🙂

I was actually doing so well with not buying many books in February. I actually had originally only bought two physical book and seven e-books. THEN of course Book Outlet was like HEY YOU, PRESIDENT’S DAY SALE HAPPENING…HAVE 15% OFF ON THE ENTIRE SITE AND OH HEY, HOW ABOUT A $5 OFF COUPON TO GO WITH. Every single time I fall for these Book Outlet sales. Here is my February book haul that was once non-existent, but now very much here.

**some pictures look a little blurry; sorry about that; lighting was weird**

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Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard
Forbidden by Tabitha Suzuma

I am so excited to finally have my hands on Glass Sword! I loved Red Queen so much! I planned to read it in February, but I never got around to it. I started to read the first couple chapters, but then decided to put it on hold for now. I loved Red Queen so much that I don’t want Glass Sword to end and have to wait another year for the next book LOL! I will probably read in March though. I’ve been really wanting to get Forbidden, because it sounds pretty interesting in a weird way. I finally bought a copy this month.


Book Outlet

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*hardcovers*

The Creeping by Alexandra Sirowy
Half Bad by Sally Green
P.S. I Still Love You by Jenny Han
Immaculate by Katelyn Detweiler

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*paperbacks*

Anna and the French Kiss by Stephanie Perkins
Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
Bruiser by Neal Shusterman
Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor

Book Outlet steals all my money. 😛 I really wanted to get my hands on all of these books, so I decided to take advantage of the President’s Day sale…although really it took advantage of me. Book Outlet always does that! I had to narrow my cart down by A LOT since I gave myself a $30 limit. This is what I ended up with and I am actually happy about them, because they are books I really wanted. Other times I am guilty of just buying a bunch of books on BO that I don’t really want or never heard of but sound good. So proud of myself with this haul.


OwlCrate

This was my last month of OwlCrate, because I decided to cancel the subscription. It was an okay subscription, but I realized that I’ve been wasting my money on it. I don’t really use the things that I have gotten in past boxes and I haven’t even touched the books that I got in past boxes yet. I haven’t been dying to read them, but this box for February was actually pretty decent and the book included was a book that I have been dying to get my hands on!

OwlCrate theme for February was Sci-Fi Love:

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The Love That Split the World by Emily Henry
& signed bookplate from Emily Henry
The Time Machine by H.G. Wells
& matching bookmark
TARDIS brooch from Juniper and Ivy Designs
Lunar Chronicles tote bag

I was so excited to see The Love That Split the World in my OwlCrate! It was one of the books that I really wanted! It was also cool that they included a little paperback book too. Loving the TARDIS brooch, because I am a huge Doctor Who fan. The Lunar Chronicles has been “meh” for me, but I like tote bags and this one is cute because pink is my favorite color.


E-Books

I didn’t go too e-book buying crazy this month, but I did get several since they were on sale. These are the ones that I got and I am pretty excited about them!

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Kissing Ted Callahan (and Other Guys) by Amy Spalding
The Haunting of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie
Fans of the Impossible Life by Kate Scelsa
Hopeless by Colleen Hoover
Truth by Christina Benjamin
The Improbable Theory of Ana and Zak by Brian Katcher
The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender by Leslye Walton


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I also received a physical ARC of The New Guy and Other Senior Year Distractions by Amy Spalding from The Novl, but I forgot to take a picture of it.

That’s all for my February book haul! It was actually supposed to be pretty non-existent, but obviously I failed. I blame it all on Book Outlet. I never word have gotten any other books other than Forbidden and Glass Sword had it not been for Book Outlet! LOL! I’m actually going to have a part two of my book haul, but with books that I received for my birthday and other birthday gifts I received. I got a lot of birthday gifts early. My birthday is Thursday, so I will probably be posting that haul up on Thursday.

Feel free to check out my February recap post over here of all the books that I read in the month of February.

Have you gotten any new books this month? If so, let me know and feel free to link me to your book haul posts!

I hope you have a great day! 🙂

ashleypurplesig

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25 thoughts on “Book Haul||February.

    • Yeah, I definitely don’t want a book hangover after reading Glass Sword and that’s kind of why I’ve been putting it off it. I am just now getting over a really long reading slump I’ve been in (months), so I don’t want that to happen again!

  1. There are so many great books on this list! That copy of Glass Sword looks gorgeous and I have been wanting to read Half Bad for ages… Just like the Daughter Of Smoke And Bone series, Ava Lavender and I have The Improbable Theory Of Ana & Zak on my TBR as well. The Creeping looks like the perfect Halloween read! 😀

    • I’ve been wanting to get my hands on a copy of Half Bad forever now, so I am glad I was finally able to get a copy. Hopefully we can get to all of these books asap! So many books to read and so little time to read them all! 😛

      • Haha I know the feeling! My TBR pile is basically hopeless and only growing even though I try to read as fast as possible and I actually deleted some old kindle freebies I knew I wasn’t going to read the other day. 😉

  2. Wow, soooo many books that I want to read! I’m insanely jelous. I so wish Book Outlet was available in India, it would have been so awsome, nonetheless GREAT HAUL! 🙂

    • That really sucks that Book Outlet isn’t available in India! It’s such an amazing site to get so many awesome books for so cheap. I wish everyone had access! Thanks 🙂

  3. Sorry to hear you had to cancel your subscription to Owl Crate. I ended up cancelling mine a few months ago since the books they’d been sending didn’t fit their description of “popular, anticipated releases.” I’m cool with reading relatively unknown books, but that’s not what I signed up for, you know? Their February box seems so cool though; I wish I’d gotten one more month. 😛
    I’ve been meaning to get my hands on Half Bad for a while now. I guess I’m just not sure if I’m willing to spend my money on something I’m not sure I’ll enjoy. I hope you enjoy Ava Lavender and P.S. I Still Love You more than I did. They were both 2 star reads for me. 😦
    Great haul, Ashley! x

    • Yeah, the majority of the books that I was getting in my OwlCrate were books I never even heard of before getting them in my boxes. It was fun to try out, but I couldn’t justify spending the money anymore. I really liked the February box though and wish they were all like that, lol.
      I was glad I was able to get Half Bad on Book Outlet. I think I only paid $5-6, which is a lot better than getting full price. A lot of people seem to like the series.
      I’ve been off and on whether I wanted Ava Lavender, but since the e-book was only $1.99 I decided to get it. Hopefully I like it. I haven’t read To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before yet (I have a copy of it), but it was only $3.99 on Book Outlet, so I decided to just get it.
      Thanks! 😀

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