Stacking the Shelves: No. 2

Donating a couple of books to my school library freed up a teeny bit of space for new books, though I’m not sure it was a good idea to buy even more books, especially when there are still twenty-something hard copies stacked in a corner of my room, unshelved.


Stacking the Shelves

We are all book lovers and the need to share our enthusiasm is sometimes overwhelming. Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

If you’re anything like me, you are probably hoarding books and even though you are excited about your latest book arrival, it might be a while before you get to review it and Stacking The Shelves is a good way to express your undying enthusiasm for those titles!

For more information, click here.

Hard Copy Acquisitions:


Cress by Marissa Meyer (Paperback copy because Cinder and Scarlet were already in paperback…)

Fairest by Marissa Meyer (Which means I have all of the Lunar Chronicles so far! Next stop: Winter!)

Eon by Alison Goodman (bargain copy! I wish they had Eona as well, but I’ll find it elsewhere…)

And because this clearly wasn’t enough, some recent E-Book Acquisitions:

Nightingale by Melissa Mickelsen

The Perfect Shadow by Brent Weeks

Aaaand ARCs that I need to get on reading, like, now:

Murder with a Twist by Tracy Kiely

Jinn and Juice by Nicole Peeler

The Second Guard by J. D. Vaughn

Daughters of Shadow and Blood – Book 1: Yasmin by J. Matthew Saunders

Tree of Ages by Sara Roethle

Commence the swimming in books a la Scrooge McDuck phase. Eventually, I’ll just start curling up in a corner overwhelmed by the amount of things I should be reading instead of posting about. Eventually.

7 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves: No. 2

  1. The only thing about donating books to a library is when looking for one in the shelves because you want to read it and remember you donated it and end up buying it … again.

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    1. I know what you mean! I kept telling myself not to buy any more books until I read my book stack at home. Sadly, my self control did not hold out, lol.


  2. Yay you got Cress!

    I read Fairest recently, and though it was interesting to have a story from Levana’s POV, I didn’t quite like it as much as I liked the others.


    1. I did! Now to actually start the process of reading Scarlet AND Cress, lol. I loved the cover for Fairest, which is one of the big reasons I got it (well, that and for series completion’s sake). It is interesting to be able to read a story from the villain’s POV though.


  3. Daughters of Shadow and Blood is one I want to get my hands on at some point. Marissa Meyer is STILL waiting on my tbr shelves but hopefully I will be startign with Cinder at the end of this month. Happy Reading!
    Here’s my STS.

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