Is it just me or do the weekends go by way too fast? At least this weekend was nice and relaxing with my book and I watched a few movies too. PLUS I joined Tumblr! Finally!
Two Fancy Nancy books by Jane O’Connor (Unsolicited) – I actually donated these two books to the domestic violence shelter because I’m sure I won’t review them, as I’m not interested and also because I know the children in there will like these books, plus they are durable and hardcover.
All I Need by Susane Colasanti (Unsolicited) – Oh my goodness I am so excited for this summer romance!
Five Summers by Una LaMarche (Unsolicited) – YES! SUMMER CAMP, I am so excited. There better be color war within these pages.
The Moon And More by Sarah Dessen (Unsolicited) – I am on the blog tour for this, and ahhhh, you guys I get to host Sarah Dessen here in a few weeks. And yes, I will totally be giving away my copy of The Moon And More, so stay subscribed so you don’t miss it.
White Lines by Jennifer Banash (Unsolicited) – I actually have this on Netgalley, but still am excited to read because it sounds super emotional, ya know?
Flicker & Burn by TM Goeglein (Unsolicited) – So, I kind of need to read the first book, Cold Fury but it sounds really awesome like it’s about the mob, so yeah pumped up.
Phoenix by Elizabeth Richards (Unsolicited) – While I did not LOVE Black City, I suppose I can give this book a shot, because hey authors can improve over time.
The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz by L. Frank Baum illustrated by Michael Sieben (Unsolicited) – Yo, I actually just listened to the audiobook of this, however I plan on flipping through and looking at the pictures. I love the cover.
Pivot Point by Kasie West (Unsolicited) – Second copy, but yay FINISHED!
Crash And Burn by Michael Hassan (Unsolicited) – Second copy, also finished. Holla.
From Netgalley and Edelweiss:
Dark Triumph by Robin LaFevers – AHHHH! Yes, I’ve already started this. I’m going to try and read some of it on the bike today. It’s fantastic so far.
The Flame In The Mist by Kit Grindstaff – This was on my list of debuts that I’m looking forward to, I cannot freakin’ wait to start this.
Wednesdays In The Tower by Jessica Day George – I loved Tuesdays At The Castle and cannot wait to see what happens next.
Golden by Jessi Kirby – I loved Moonglass and after seeing Asheley’s review, I immediately requested this one.
Scarlet hoodie, bookmarks and lip gloss – from Macmillan as a thank you for being on the Cinder paperback blog tour! Y’all, I am so excited about this, and as I type this I am totally sitting in my new hoodie. I have worn it around work a few times and have to say, this is my favorite kind of swag, PLUS it really does get the Lunar Chronicles out there.
Bittersweet by Sarah Ockler – I wish I had taken a picture of the awesome Oblong Books display, but there was like a side for sweet love and a side for darker love and I’ve been wanting to read this forever, thus bought it. Yay paperbacks, FYI.
The Tragedy Paper by Elizabeth LaBan – I LOVED this book and am pumped to own a signed copy.
Lovely, Dark And Deep by Amy McNamara – I cannot wait to read this and plan on getting to it before the end of the month.
Just One Day by Gayle Forman – My signed copy now holds a spot as one of my most treasured possessions. I love this book.
Purchased for Kindle:
Stone Of Tears by Terry Goodkind – This was free and it’s the sequel to The Sword Of Truth which is on my TBR.
If I Fall by Kate Noble – The Book Smugglers are fans of Kate Noble and this is currently $1.99 so, of course I bought it without a second thought.
A Week To Be Wicked by Tessa Dare – Looking forward to finding out what happens next in Spindle Cove. Also, this was $3.79.
A Lady By Midnight by Tessa Dare – More Spindle Cove! Huzzah! Also this was $2.99 so yes, instabuy.
Lessons From A Scandalous Bride by Sophie Jordan – I will read the hell out of anything Sophie Joran writes. Also, this is currently $2.99. She’s a good try if you’re looking to check out adult romance but don’t know where to start.
In case you skipped it or missed it, here’s a recap of what we’ve posted here last week:
Allison reveals her top Ten Bookish Memories and some embarrassing memories that involve me.
I hope more people read Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff because the writing style is utterly wonderful.
In which I am jealous that private schools have secret societies and rooms and such, or my review of The Lies That Bind by Lisa And Laura Roecker.
That one time I felt this book had an utterly ridiculous ending.
Answering the age old question: Who Is Marcus Flutie?
Looking for a new romance to read? Check out Yours At Midnight by Robin Bielman!
Celebrate the snow with Snowed Over by Angie Stanton.
Stacking The Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.