Stacking The Shelves (30)

Y’all, last weekend was Readathon weekend! Holla! Pretty much my favorite weekend of the year. So, no haul that week, but double the fun this week.

For Review:

Taking Chances by Molly McAdams (Unsolicited, obvs) – sigh. I am going to be giving this one away, because who knows, maybe one of you might want it and why not share books.
Arclight by Josin L. McQuein (Unsolicited)
How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True by Sarah Strohmeyer (Unsolicited)
Reboot by Amy Tintera (Amazon Vine)
The Watcher In The Shadows by Chris Moriarty (Amazon Vine)
Quintessence by David Walton (Unsolicited)
Mending The Moon by Susan Palwick (Unsolicited)
Tunnel Out Of Death by Jamil Nasir (Unsolicited)
Superman: Peace In The Balance by Michael Teitelbaum (Unsolicited)
Tarnish by Katherine Longshore (Part of the blog tour, I think)
A Darkness Strange And Lovely by Susan Dennard (Unsolicited)
Undercurrent by Paul Blackwell (Unsolicited)
Kevin by Paul Kupperberg (Unsolicited)
Awakening by Karen Sandler (Unsolicited)
Hammer Of Witches by Shana Mlawski (Unsolicted)

From Edelweiss and Netgalley:

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell – I might have screamed a little bit, y’all I am way way too excited for this book. It’s longer than I had expected though.
Raven Flight by Juliet Marillier – YESSSSS cannot wait to see what happens after Shadowfell.

Purchased:

The Way of Kings by Brandon Sanderson – Sure, I already have the paperback, but this is on sale for $2.99, so I will read it via ebook when my wrist gets tired.
Kira-Kira by Cynthia Kadohata – Holla, this Newbery winner was a Kindle Daily Deal. Of course I bought it. Also, I once had a small fortune in overdue fines because of this book.
Henry VIII: The King And His Court by Alison Weir – You don’t have to tell me twice to snatch this non-fiction up while it’s on sale for $0.99.
What I Didn’t Say by Keary Taylor – So, this was free and because the cover looked familiar, I got it.
Big Stone Gap by Adriana Trigiani – This book is currently on sale for $2.99 and I am all about buying adult books that I have physical copies of so I can get rid of the physical copy.
Where The Truth Lies by Jessica Warman – This YA is currently $2.99 and pubbed by Bloomsbury so it was worth it.
The Good, The Bad, The Undead by Kim Harrison – Adult PNR about witches pubbed by Harper Collins.
Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison – From the same series, also on sale at the time of purchase.
A Week To Be Wicked by Tessa Dare – Yo, I saw it was on sale and because I think Tessa Dare is hilarious, I had to buy it.
Head Over Heels by Jill Shalvis – If I ever do get around to this series, I want most of the books to be on hand as I read through it, and at a sale price I couldn’t say no.
A SEAL’s Seduction by Tawny Weber – FREEEE and published by Harlequin.
Cowboy With A Cause by Carla Cassidy – Another free book published by Harlequin.
The Other Side Of Us by Sarah Mayberry – Another free Harlequin book.
Hired By The Cowboy by Donna Alward – Another free Harlequin book.
The New Deputy In Town by BJ Daniels – Also for free, also I have read a book by this author before.
All I Want For Christmas Is A Duke by Maire Claremont and Delilah Marvelle – Another freebie. Christmas themed romance!
The Violets Of March by Sarah Jio – Holla, this was a kindle daily deal and I am so glad I snapped it up because now it’s back up to like $13.
Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson – Because LHA is our queen. Also this was a KDD.
Shifting by Bethany Wiggins – Allison at The Allure of Books liked it and I wanted to get rid of my unread paper ARC and buying it assuages my guilt.
Lonely Souls by Karice Bolton – Yo, witches. Also FREE.
Infinity Blade: Awakening by Brandon Sanderson – On sale for 99 cents, I haven’t played the game but I will support Sanderson’s career always.
The Season by Sarah MacLean – Basically MacLean wins all the things and this is her YA book AND it’s on sale too so boom, purchased.
Rebellious Desire by Julie Garwood – This historical romance is on sale for $0.99. I could not resist.

Stacking The Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.

About April (Books&Wine)

April is 28 years old and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. In her free time she can be found reading, working out, or eating junk food. She often wears her sunglasses at night.

Comments

  1. Woot for REBOOT and TARNISH! Those $.99-2.99 ebooks always get me. Then I see my credit card statement and $.99 doesn’t seem so cheap after all, heeheehee.

  2. I definitely want to check out Arclight! It sounds super interesting. You got so many fun new reads…enjoy! 🙂

  3. Wow, so many books!! Enjoy!

  4. I cannot wait until Arclight is released over here, I need a copy so bad. I’m starting Reboot this week, hoping it’s good. I love your make up in the video, your lip colour is gorgeous!

  5. So I’m really jealous that you managed to acquire A Darkness Strange and Lovely. I hope it’s fantastic. Enjoy the books when you get the time to!

  6. Sooooo many books! I was just approved for Fangirl, too, and I definitely got all excited for that one. I also am excited for How Zoe Made Her Dreams (Mostly) Come True. Like you said, I’m always up for a books set in Disney World!

  7. Fabulous haul! I’ve heard wonderful things about ARCLIGHT, and you can never go wrong with a Laurie Halse Anderson book 🙂

    Hope you enjoy everything!

  8. Hehe, I purchased a hardcover of The Way of Kings this week even though I have it in mass market paperback. It was used so only $4 but in excellent condition and I’ve been so terrified of trying to read that thick paperback without hurting the spine. I just couldn’t take the pressure, so for $4 I don’t have to worry 😀

  9. Pretty lipstick! I wish I could wear dark colors like that!

    A Darkness Strange and Lovely, SQUEEEEE! Girl, I hope that is at BEA because I want it sooo bad. It’s such a great series!

    LOL @ DICKBAG! Too funny! Haha, I loved how you almost dropped the F bomb a couple of times. DO IT, April!

    I liked Arclight. I didn’t love it, but I liked it. You will like it too, I think. 🙂

    You watch Jenna Marbles videos, don’t you? You did her voice for a second there. LOL.

    I’ve heard great things about Tankborn, actually. I hope you like it.

    OH! You actually did drop the F bomb. YES!! LOL, I am easily amused.

  10. So basically I want to come over to your place and steal all your books and I mean that in the least creepiest way possible. I am so jealous about A Darkness Strange and Lovely. Like, SO JEALOUS I can’t even handle it. I hope you enjoy it!

  11. It looks like you had a great two weeks!! I hope you enjoy your reads 🙂 I’ve added The Inquisitor’s Apprentice to my wishlist because it sounds like a book I’d enjoy! Thanks for sharing.

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