Friday Finds is hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just share the new-to-you books you found during the week — books you either want to add to your TBR (to be read) list, or that you just heard about that sounded interesting. If you’ve discovered them this week, share them with us in the comments or post the link to your blog post where you shared them.
I haven’t done a Friday Finds in a while, but I actually bought a few books today. So, I’ve decided to share.
Finding God in The Hobbit by Jim Ware (e-book)
Lucifer’s Flood by Linda Rios Brook (paperback)
The Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom (paperback)
Live Second by Doug Bender (e-book, review copy)
Identity (Eyes Wide Open #1) by Ted Dekker (e-book)
Mirrors (Eyes Wide Open #2) by Ted Dekker (e-book)
Unseen (Eyes Wide Open #3) by Ted Dekker (e-book)
The Ted Dekker books are being offered free to his fans through Facebook and email. You can also choose to get them directly from Amazon or Barnes and Noble for immediate download onto your eReader for only $2.99. This was a project he was working on in secret. Four short novels that are currently being released only in the e-book format. A 4-in-1 paperback format will be released later. The fourth e-book is being released on Monday, 1/14/13. I purchased these for my Nook over the last couple of weeks. I haven’t read any of them yet, but I’m looking forward to it.
I also purchased Finding God in The Hobbit from Barnes and Noble for only $2.99. This temporary low price is thanks to the publisher, Tyndale.
Lucifer’s Flood and The Hiding Place I actually bought at Barnes and Noble today. I’ve been wanting to get The Hiding Place for a long time. Finally did. I found Lucifer’s Flood while scanning the shelves. It sounded like a new, interesting concept so I decided to pick that one up as well. I came across Live Second while at B&N, but I decided not to get it at the time. I was very surprised to find it available for review through BookSneeze when I got home! I figured I was meant to have it, so I requested it.
Once again I find myself with more books than I can possibly read any time soon. Oh well… the life of a book addict.