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After Christmas Book Haul

Hello Everyone :)


I'm so excited you decided to join me today on The Preppy Book Princess!


Over the last couple of weeks, I've done quite a bit of book buying. See, I happened to get a few quite generous gift cards for Christmas, plus I had quite a few swagbucks accumulated that I decided to cash out, and since there's been quite a few books on my to buy list for a long time, I figured why not go ahead and order them.


And today I'm excited to share with you guys all the lovely titles I was able to pick up for myself :)



The first book I ordered was Remembrance by Suzie Waltner. I had the pleasure of meeting Suzie, a self published Christian author, at RT Booklovers in 2016, and her books had been on my TBR list ever since. As I ended up with an amazon gift card, I definitely jumped at the chance to order this one.




I also ordered Hometown Girl by Courtney Walsh from Amazon. I've been wanting to read her inspirational novels for a long time, and I've featured a couple of them on my 5 Inspirational Books I Just Added to my TBR List posts, but this will be my first time actually reading one of her books, and I can't wait.



I have no idea what Renegades  is about, but I'm sure I'm going to love it since it's written by Marissa Meyer, and she's one of my favorites. Plus, I can't get over the crazy size of this book, it's HUGE!!




Textrovert by Lindsey Summers is one of the only books I'd ever read in its entirety on Wattpad, where it was originally titled The Cell Phone Swap. I'd always wanted to read the published version, and I'm really looking forward to diving into this one.



And speaking of Wattpad, I knew I had to go ahead and order Paper Hearts by Ali Novak when I didn't receive it for Christmas. After all, I love Ali's books, and I cant wait to dive into another ya romance by her.




My Lady Jane has been on my TBR list since it was first announced, and I've yet to hear a single bad thing about this book. I'm definitely hoping to get to this one sooner rather than later as I know the second book is releasing later this year.




Heartless is another book that I've been wanting ever since it first released, and I finally decided to just go ahead and order it. Especially since Indigo had it for thirty percent off.




I just finished Miss Mayhem by Rachel Hawkins a few days ago, and I'm really glad I now have Lady Renegades to start whenever I'm ready. This one was one of the Bargain books from Indigo, so it only ended up costing six dollars for the hardcover. 




The Summer I Turned Pretty trilogy by Jenny Han is one of my all time favorites, and since I'd originally owned it on my Kobo that recently stopped working, I knew I wanted to invest in the physical copies. Once I found out about the gorgeous cover change, I knew I had to order these editions.




I've been really into superheroes lately, and so I'm really looking forward to reading the first two books in the DC Icons series.

And lastly, I ordered every one of Kasie West's books that I don't currently own. I have yet to read Lucky in Love or Love, Life and the List, and I can't wait to do so as her books are always some of my absolute favorites.







And that's it for my after Christmas book haul. I'll have another book haul in the next few weeks sharing what books I received for my birthday, but after that I'll probably be going on another book buying ban as I've accumulated quite a few in the last few weeks!


Thanks so much for reading guys! Have a great rest of your day, and I'll see you all again on Friday for more bookish adventures!


This is not a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. The photos were taken by me, and belong to me. 

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