Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga Reviews and Marlene of Reading Reality. It’s all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. If you’re reading this post, the chances are that you are also an avid book lover, so you understand that just because you’ve bought or received a book this week doesn’t mean you’ll be able to get to it right away. This meme helps share the books you’ve added to your never-ending TBR regardless of when you’ll actually be able to read and/or review them. This includes all book formats and if you physically have a copy or simply added to your wishlist.
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What books did you add to your collection and/or wishlist this week? What are you currently reading? Share in the comments below!
Wonderful selection of books you added this week. I think I may have two books from Elizabeth Camden that I haven’t had a chance to read yet. I always thought her covers were beautiful. Enjoy all your new reads and have a wonderful week.
I honestly don’t think I’ve read an Elizabeth Camden book yet. I have several on my TBR though. The one I shared this week isn’t releasing until February. Thanks for stopping by and commenting! Hope you have a wonderful week as well!
I’m ten books deep on NetGalley right now, so I’m trying really hard not to add any more. But I couldn’t help myself and added Never Tell, by Lisa Gardner, because it’s next in a series I’ve been reading, and Keeping Lucy, by T. Greenwood, because the publisher sent me an unsolicited ARC and I’m incapable of saying no. 😉
I’m in 5 deep right now but it was worse. I’m trying not to request anymore unless I just can’t help myself because my review pile is pretty high right now. Lisa Gardner is more graphic than I like but I listened to a few of the others in that series while on my old overnight job. Listening to suspense certainly makes the night go faster though.
I’ve been making a concerted effort to read thrillers a little less often, because there was a period of time where that was most of my reading diet. NetGalley is rife with thrillers, but I’ve been specifically looking for more literary fiction and family dramas and I feel more well rounded these days.