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    Many thanks to NetGalley and Publishers Lunch for an ARC in exchange for an honest book review of Buzz Books Spring Summer 2020. My thoughts and opinions are 100% my own and independent of receiving an advance copy. A new year and a new crop of books. Over 600 books and 44 excerpts inside this collection. The excerpts cover four categories of Fiction, Debut, Non Fiction, and Young Adult. I personally am trying to be a little more discerning when it comes to requesting books or adding them on my wish list. I’m not sure if I’m getting better at it, or if the selection didn’t pique my interest but I didn’t feel like “I MUST ADD EVERYTHING”. I’m finding some topics are inundated with new releases and I just don’t want to read the same thing over and over. Immigration and other hot button issues are rampant. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t hear those stories, but after a few I become fatigued. It also doesn’t mean they are all good. Same with historical fiction. A lot is WWII based and there seems to be a huge “orphan” theme of late. I am a little overloaded so it’s nothing against that time period, it’s just I would like some alternate times in history to explore. That being said, I still did add a bunch to my list. I love the beginning section of these Buzz Books because although there are an overwhelming number of books, it is easy to see what your favourite authors are publishing or if there is a new release in a series that you follow. There is a large selection of excerpts and I find it really helpful in getting the feel of a book you might not otherwise pick up. Sometimes the topic is interesting, but I can tell that I will not enjoy the way the book is written and other times the opposite. I find something I never thought I would like and then I am so excited that I can hardly wait until it is released. I promised no more non fiction and then I added another three. “The New One” is written by a comedian and is a dad’s perspective on adding a baby to their family - so funny and not a perspective often heard. “Good Boy: My Life in Seven Dogs”, well, you had me at dogs so ya…Again, I tried to be picky when it came to Young Adult. Most of my selections came out of the Debut section. With the excerpts, I was able to find ones I am excited to read. Stayed tuned to hear what I’ve been awarded by NetGalley, what I purchase, and as always, find all my reviews on my blog Pink Purl and Prose. If you want to know what is coming up this Spring and Summer grab a copy of Buzz Books, free from any store that sells the ebooks. It really is a great way to see the breadth of what is out there and maybe find a hidden gem!
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