November 29, 2013

NetGalley November - Week Four Final Wrap-Up

Week Four - Final Wrap-Up

Well, we have reached the end of NetGalley November. I really, really tried to reach my 80% goal. Alas. I failed.

I read a lot of NetGalley books - the reading wasn't the problem. It was the downloading that got me. I got a few really awesome invitations this month that I just couldn't pass up. You understand.

This week, I read three NetGalley books and one Edelweiss book. I completed The Bet and The Wager by Rachel Van Dyken, Bitter Sweet Love by Jennifer L. Armentrout and Rome by Jay Crownover. I may have read four books, but I also downloaded four books. Oops.

The Edge of Always, by J.A. Redmerski – release date 11/5/13
Pawn, by Aimee Carter – release date 11/26/13
Crash Into You, by Katie McGarry – release date 11/26/13
The Temptation of Lila and Ethan, by Jessica Sorensen – release date 10/22/13
Hard to Handle, by Jessica Lemmon – release date 10/1/13
Can’t Let Go, by Jessica Lemmon – release date 9/3/13
The Bet, by Rachel Van Dyken – release date 6/25/13
The Wager, by Rachel Van Dyken – release date 10/1/13
Twisted, by K.A. Robinson – release date 5/7/13
Breaking Nova, by Jessica Sorensen – release date 9/3/13
Foreplay, by Sophie Jordan – release date 11/5/13
How To Run With a Naked Werewolf, by Molly Harper – release date 12/31/13
Rome, by Jay Crownover – release date 1/7/14
Four Seconds to Lose, by K.A. Tucker - release date 11/4/13
Before Jamaica Lane, by Samantha Young - release date 1/7/14
Castle Hill:  A Joss and Braden Novella, by Samantha Young - release date 12/3/13
Before We Fall, by Courtney Cole - release date 12/3/13 

Bitter Sweet Love, by Jennifer L. Armentrout, release date 12/1/13 
Unhinged, by A.G. Howard, release date 1/7/14 
Bound, by Lorelei James, release date 2/4/14 
Believe, by Erin McCarthy, release date 1/21/14

Current Download-to-Feedback ratio: 69.1%

One good thing - at least my percentage is higher at the end of the month than it was at the beginning of the month. It's something, right? Ultimately, I think NetGalley November was an awesome idea, and I'm so glad I signed up to do it. Something tells me I'll be doing it again next year. 

1 comment:

Anna said...

You still did great, Krista. I have a hard time passing up good books too. :)