Fill Your Library #2

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What is Fill your library? 

It’s when I share with you my library’s decision on the books I recently requested. They are pretty good at getting popular new releases, but they have a few blind spots I want to help them with.

For this batch of requests I went for variety: new releases and back list titles, self published and big publishing house, but most of them are diverse in some way

Rejected

4Royally Screwed by Emma Chase

 

 

3P.S. I Miss You by Jen Petro-Roy

I’m surprised and disappointed that they didn’t accept this one. It’s queer middle grade aka the type of books they should be buying by the dozen.

 

Accepted

6All These Beautiful Strangers by Elizabeth Klehfoth

 

 

1The Boyfriend List by E. Lockhart

 

 

2Hate to Want You by Alisha Rai

 

 

5Cork Dork by Bianca Bosker

 

 

7Descendent of the Crane by Joan He

 

 

With new releases it’s hard to guess which titles are on their radar and which ones I need to request. I wish their website had a list of all the books they preordered, it would make this much much simpler.

Sans titre (1)Radiance by Grace Draven

 

 

Sans titreMarriage of Unconvenience by Chelsea M. Cameron

 

 

Most of the backlist books I plan on requesting have less than 5 000 ratings on Goodreads so they probably wouldn’t get bought otherwise. I hope that by requesting these books more people read them and review them, but I have no idea of the impact this can realistically have.

Which part of your online bookish presence do you think has the greatest impact on other readers?

 

 

 

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