Whew this is my first ever Stacking the Shelves! I’d seen it on many blogs but never thought much of it. Thanks to Shirley at Shiirleyy’s Bookshelf for encouraging me to do this J
Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and every week bloggers post about books they’ve added to their bookshelves! This includes books bought through a physical store, online store, eBooks, books borrowed from the library/a friend and gifts.
I’ll be doing my Stacking the Shelves on Sundays (ignore the fact that it’s 12am Monday because I actually started writing this on Sunday LOL) as it feels like a nice end to the week by showing what new books I have! My books will pretty much all be bought from a physical store, online or eBook (mainly the former two). I used to post about new books I got in a huge blog post after I’d accumulated heaps of books but I guess it’s time to get organised!
It seems fitting that I’m doing my first Stacking the Shelves just as 2013 hit c;
- Something Like Normal by Trish Doller (Contemporary) – I got this in hardback, which is rare for me but I ordered it in from Kinokuniya and this is the US edition (@runswithundead was so happy that I got hardback LOL)
- Level 2 (The Memory Chronicles #1) by Lenore Appelhans (Paranormal/Sci-fi) – released early in Australia woot!
- Confessions of an Angry Girl (Confessions #1) by Louise Rozett (Contemporary) – because @runswithundead told me to get it ;D
- Speechless by Hannah Harrington (Contemporary) – heard a lot about this and I also have Saving June which I’ve started a bit and I love Hannah’s writing
- Undeadly (The Reaper Diaries #1) by Michele Vail (Paranormal) – I’d seen this around and it looked interesting so why not?
- Through the Ever Night (Under the Never Sky #2) by Veronica Rossi (Dystopia) – omg do I even need to explain myself? :DDDDDD
I probably won’t get around to a few of these for a while as my tbr pile is HUGE. If I had done Stacking the Shelves last year, it would be obvious how many books I’ve bought and still haven’t read!
Although… TtEN has already been read and reviewed; it couldn’t be helped!!!