Stacking the Shelves – a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews & Reading Reality
what’s the buzz: weekly round-up and book haul
It’s been a pretty quiet week all in all. Haven’t really done very much at all. It’s been good though – sometimes you just need a chill week to recharge the batteries for when life gets crazy again (which it invariably does!) 😉
I have been continuing to watch The Society (only got two episodes to go) and I’m really enjoying it. I really hope it gets picked up for a second season because it’s definitely become a new favourite (Grizz and Sam are the absolute best!)
on the blog:
- [30 May] Know Not Why by Hannah Johnson ★★★★★
- [31 May] Toil & Trouble: A Know Not Why Halloween (Mis)adventure by Hannah Johnson ★★★★
- [2 Jun] Stacking the Shelves #163
weekly bookish purchases
Pretty Pretty Boys by Gregory Ashe | Transposition by Gregory Ashe | Paternity Case by Gregory Ashe
Yeah, I might just have gone and bought this entire series by Gregory Ashe after buying the first book, reading a few chapters and then getting hooked!
Guilt by Association by Gregory Ashe | Reasonable Doubt by Gregory Ashe | Criminal Past by Gregory Ashe
Sometimes it’s good to binge read an entire series though (or so I keep telling myself!) I definitely think I am going to enjoy this one.
Orientation by Gregory Ashe | String Boys by Amy Lane | Riven by Roan Parrish
I also got the first book in a new series by Gregory Ashe – it is kinda linked to the Hazard and Somerset series though (or so I hear).
Luna Caged: Behind the Wall by Margaret McHeyzer | The Finding by Jenna Elizabeth Johnson | Troubles by K.C. Enders
I also picked up a few freebies (I can never resist a freebie!) These all look pretty interesting, if I do say so myself!
received for review
Torn by Natalia Jaster | Raven Lane by Amber Cowie | Take My Heart by J.J. Sorel
I’m on the ARC team so I was super-excited to get the opportunity to read Torn – the second book in the Selfish Myths series by one of my all-time favourite authors Natalia Jaster! I’m halfway through the book already and it is fabulous!
Thin Air by Lisa Gray | Something Like Happy by Sasha Greene | The Dark Bones by Loreth Anne White
I am really looking forward to reading these books – Something Like Happy in particular is calling my name! 😉
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