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This week I'm listing all the paperbacks that I bought last week and had no room to show off! I do also have a few freebies to mention but I'll save most of those for next week! The zombie invasion continues as I grabbed a few more freebies from Amazon-not sure if I'll get any of them read during my Horror Month of March but we'll see! So far in March from the list I compiled, I have completed 8 full length books, three novellas around 150 pages, and 7 short stories which isn't bad at all. I still have a few books I want to get read but I'm getting through them at good speed!
The paperbacks are all shiny and new and I just love the sight of the delivery guy bringing those brown Amazon boxes to me! It's that book buzz! The Slip trilogy by David Estes has been on my wishlist for a while so I decided to grab the set at the same time. I had already bought the first two in the Salem's Revenge series so I snagged, book 3-Burn as well. The covers are so great that I'm showing them all off here! I love the covers of the Aurora Sky books so I just felt the urge to buy them-yes I know, I'm weak and sad but they sound so good! I have already read Voyage of the Dead and enjoyed it so I grabbed it in paperback with book 2 for added zombie fun. Midway is a companion novella to The Harvesting which I recently enjoyed and The Prophecy of Sky is a companion novel to Max and the Gatekeeper, a book I liked a while back. So I have high hopes for this haul!