I bought Lab Rat One and Caszandra by Andrea K Höst, the rest of the Touchstone Trilogy that started with Stray. And because I saw it and half of it was Aurealis shortlisted, I also bought her Medair duology (in one volume with, sadly, a less nice cover than the separate novels).
I also bought Rare Unsigned Copy, a short story collection by Simon Petrie and Blood and Dust, the multi-award nominated novel by Jason Nahrung. And not part of my buying spree but bought as an achievement unlocked book, Valley of Shields by Duncan Lay, the sequel to Bridge of Swords.
I received two review copies this week: The Pirate's Wish by Cassandra Rose Clarke, the sequel to The Assassin's Curse, which I loved last year; and Awakening by Karen Sandler, the sequel to Tankborn which I've been meaning to get a hold of and haven't gotten around to (and which has a prettier cover than the sequel).
On a related note, you might be interested in having a look at my speculative fiction round up for the Australian Women Writers Challenge, over on their website.