MASSIVE Book Haul-HarperCollins and Random House ARCs

Hi guys! I got so many ARCs this month. Oh my gosh! SO many! Here is my Book Haul video-enjoy, and I hope you like it and get excited about some of these upcoming releases! Tomorrow, I have an interview with the hilarious Tom Angleberger and Jonathan Auxier that I will post here. Here is the book haul! Oh, and I think I will start calling In My Mailboxes Book Hauls. See ya!

Xander

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11 responses to “MASSIVE Book Haul-HarperCollins and Random House ARCs

  1. Hi Xander! Yes, that’s my blog.
    I started contacting publishers and asking for ARCs. I just wrote an email that told them about my blog, what I blog about, how long I’d been blogging and a couple books that I’d like ARCs of. I also told them why I wanted the ARCs (the author is one of my favorites, the novel is recommended for fans of one of my favorite writers, ect).

    My blog isn’t massively popular, so I also added ther details about how I could help them promote their upcoming books. For example, as a kid,I can recommend these books to my friends (word-of-mouth) or guest-post on more popular blogs (I did this once at This Kid Reviews Books).
    Since you help with Teen Press Corps, that might be worth mentioning.

    That’s for print ARCs. For eARCs, there’s Netgalley.
    Good luck and thanks for the follow!

    • I am so incredibly jealous of your Echoes of Us ARC. I love that series. Seriously, I’d do anything for a copy. Hope you enjoy it!
      And also, you want to go to BEA? That’s awesome! I am hoping to go next year if I save enough.

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