Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature hosted by Tynga’s Reviews where bloggers share the books that they’ve added to their shelves this week, whether borrowed, bought, virtual, physical, etc!
This is my first stacking the shelves since June. Geez! Life has really gotten in the way of my STS posts (which I actually talked about this week on the blog). I have definitely acquired a LOT of books since last June, and with so many great 2016 releases (and a job which equals money to buy books with!) I am hoping to be able to post more STS posts more often!
This novella was pure Meg Cabot fun. I love her books, and I even splurged so I could have the tiny paperback version of this novella!
Now that I’ve finished Proposal it’s time to dive right into the adult sequel to The Mediator series. I LOVE how the adult Princess Diaries book, Royal Wedding, turned out, so I have high hopes for this one!
I’m trying to soothe my Queen of Shadows hangover with this one. However, seeing how there won’t be any Rowan, I’m not too sure it will work.
I started The Girl from Everywhere on audio during my commutes thanks to Overdrive. I just hope it can keep my attention, as I don’t have a great track record with audio books.
What did you add to your shelves this week?
Great haul! I haven’t read any of these but I hope you love them! Happy reading 🙂
Thank you, Danielle!
Nice haul, Cristina! I love seeing what everyone added to their shelves, it often helps me fill my own shelves the following week 🙂
I hope you’re having a great weekend.
Thank you, Lexxie! STS is really a great way to expose yourself to what others are reading, as it can get overwhelming to see people constantly adding books to their “TBR” shelves on Goodreads. I love when people add a little personal blurb about why they bought a book or why they enjoy it.
Awesome haul of books. I see that you got two books that I hadn’t heard of before. I hope you love all of them.
Thank you Grace! I obtained quite a few books this week, as I used up some Christmas giftcards that I had been saving up!
Hi! I’ve read both The Assassin’s Blade and The Girl From Everywhere and they were wonderful. I was really glad to read The Assassin’s Blade because it provided a great backstory for Seleana (I don’t know if I spelled her name right). I hope you will enjoy it.
Hi Ardis (I love your blog name!) I’m hoping that the Assassin’s blade will give me much more insight to Celaena’s personality, as there seemed to be a lot from the novella bind up referenced in Queen of Shadows. Thank you for stopping by!
I love Meg Cabot but I have never read The Mediator series. I should probably check it out 🙂
If you love classic Meg Cabot, then her Mediator series is definitely worth reading! What have you read and enjoyed by her?
I think I’ve only read the Princess Diaries series, Queen of Babble series and Boy series. 😀
OMG THE ASSASSIN’S BLADE! I got it such a long time ago, but I haven’t gotten past the first story. I really should read it, I guess my problem is that I already know how everything urns out.
I have these random bouts of I NEED AUDIOBOOKS and well, they’re a different kind of experience. I hope you like The Girl from Everywhere.
I’m about 5 chapters in the audio book of The Girl from Everywhere and I don’t think I’m going to be able to finish it before I have to check it in *hides* I feel like I always start them with the best intentions but then never finish them!
I have been considering picking up the Sarah Maas series since I read A Court of Thorns and Roses. Hope you enjoy.
I ADORE ACOTAR so I decided to give Throne of Glass another chance (I initially didn’t love it) and I am SO glad I did. I think you should try it out!
Great haul! I hope you love them all.
Thank you, AJ!