Book Mail Monday 2/27/23

Hello and a happy Monday, book friends! Andy and I had a nice weekend exploring our new local area and taking Azula for plenty of nice long walks. I also got a lot of good solid reading time and even visited a new bookstore.

I also found myself perusing NetGalley a bit more than I probably should if I want to make good on my goal of improving my ratio. Then I slipped and requested a book or two. Whoops. Guess that means it’s time to share a few new additions to the old NetGalley shelves for this week’s Book Mail Monday.

The Rachel Incident by Caroline O’Donoghue

I believe I heard about this one from a publicist email, as I don’t remember explictly requesting it. It’s described as “a brilliantly funny novel about friends, lovers, Ireland in chaos, and a young woman desperately trying to manage all three” so I’m definitely interested to dig in to this one. The Rachel Incident comes out June 27th, 2023.

Quiety Hostile by Samantha Irby

A new Samantha Irby? Yes, please! I was so excited to get an email from NetGalley about this new essay collection, and even more excited to actually have my request approved. I really enjoyed the last collection I read from Irby and can’t wait to read more from her. Quietly Hostile comes out on May 16th, 2023.

Okay, two additions to the shelves isn’t that bad, especially considering I finished two of my NetGalley titles this past week. Right? Are either of these books on your TBR?


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