Stacking the Shelves #177

Posted September 7, 2019 by Brin in Memes, Stacking The Shelves / 1 Comment

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Stacking the Shelves – a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews & Reading Reality

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I am calling it – it’s Autumn (or Fall if you prefer)! It may still officially be Summer (at least until the 23rd of this month) but it feels more Autumn now. It’s colder again (I so much prefer the cooler weather!), the leaves are starting to golden and fall from the trees, and the Pumpkin Spice Latte is back at Starbucks (yass!)

Autumn is my favourite season. I tend to suffer in warmer weather – I’m not great in the heat and I’m too fair skinned to go about in shorts and vest tops (plus, I’m too top-heavy anyways). Every bigger-busted girls worst nightmare is hot weather haha!

This week has been a pretty quiet one, for the most part. Just enjoying my last week of freedom before heading back to work next week! I did get to see IT: Chapter 2 yesterday. I enjoyed it quite a bit (planning to go back tomorrow). I reviewed the first chapter on the blog and I intend to review the second one too but I wasn’t very well yesterday which meant I missed bits of the film. That’s why I’m going back tomorrow (mostly). 😉

I did enjoy what I got to see though. Richie was my favourite (no surprise there – he is my fave in the books too). But let’s just say I really liked the direction the story took him in the film… and Bill Hader was awesome! As was James Ransone as older Eddie… they all were fantastic actually. It was also great seeing the kid actors back too in flashback form. It wasn’t quite as good as the first one but that kinda matches the books too – the kids story segments were always more compelling.

bookish merchandise

I can never resist bookish merchandise! 😉 I got this stunning print from Noverantale – I own quite a few pieces from this artist now and I love them all so much! I also got this awesome book sleeve from BookBestiesUK – the fabric is so shimmery and the photo just doesn’t do it justice at all. Lastly, I got some bookish pins from Iron and Ink Designs and Illumicrate – aren’t they awesome?!

on the blog:


weekly bookish purchases

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo | Ziggy, Stardust and Me by James Brandon | Kingdom of Souls by Rena Barron

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

Nick’s October by Alison Prince | Don’t Blame the Music by Caroline B. Cooney | The Beethoven Medal by K.M. Peyton | Short Cut to Love by Mary Hooper | The Handsome Man by Elissa Haden Guest | The Doubting Kind by Alison Prince | Lexie by Mary Hooper | You’ve Got to Believe Me by Judith St. George | Picture Me, Falling in Love by June Foley | Siege by Anthony Masters | The Doom of Soulis by Moira Miller | I’m Not Your Other Half by Caroline B. Cooney | Streetwise by Anthony Masters | Misfits by Peggy Woodford | Hit and Run by Joan Phipson | After Thursday by Jean Ure | Making Waves by Mary Hooper | Taking Terri Mueller by Norma Fox Mazer | Good as Gold by Brian Finch | Dream Palace by Anthony Masters | Rough Mix by Denis Bond | All the Fun of the Fair by Anthony Masters | Oh, That Sinking Feeling! by Michael A. Pearson | Flight in Yiktor by Andre Norton

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

Sword Dance by A.J. Demas | Triangulation by Gregory Ashe | The Vine Witch by Luanne G. Smith | The Wych Elm by Tana French | Drowning With Others by Linda Keir


stacking the shelves book haul week 177

Dawson & Evie by J.H. Croix | The Rose of the Thorn by Kate Macdonald | Picture Perfect Lie by Marquita Valentine | My Very Own Hitman by Izi Miller | The Sound of Home by Krista Sandor

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

Worth the Wait by Kay Lyons | Not by Sight by Kay Lyons | My Best Friend’s Mardi Gras Wedding by Erin Nicholas | Baby Mine by Kennedy Fox | On Edge by Kim Congram

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

Project Ele (Box Set One) by Rebecca Gober & Courtney Nuckels | The Social Experiment (Books 1-3) by Addison Moore | Shattered With You by J. Kenner | On Hands and Knees by Sai Fox | Dangerously Taken by Sidney Bristol

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

Broken Souls by Evan Grace | Gravity by Lauren Runow | Blood Stained Tea by Amy Tasukada | Merge Ahead by Tanya Chris | Desire by R.G. Winter

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

Graceful Scars by Savannah Stewart | Camp Carnage by Elliot Arthur Cross & Joshua Winning | Awaken by Skye Malone | The Academy Thief by C.L. Stone | Rory’s Last Chance by Bailey Bradford

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

Betting on Him by Kelly Collins | Blind by Xavier Neal | A Spy & His Seal by Kaydee Robins | Bend to my Will by Emily Jane Trent | Breaking Kate by D. Kelly

received for review

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

The Good Luck Girls by Charlotte Nicole Davis

stacking the shelves book haul week 177

The Opposite of Falling Apart by Micah Good | Happy for You by Anyta Sunday | Above the Bay of Angels by Rhys Bowen | The Jack’s Heart by Demi Vice | The Black Hawks by David Wragg

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One response to “Stacking the Shelves #177

  1. I love all your additions and that book sleeve rocks. I grabbed The Vine Witch as well from Kindle First this week. So I almost choked on my water but “Every bigger-busted girls worst nightmare is hot weather haha!” – truer words have never been spoken! What a cool edition of Crooked Kingdom. Great addition to your collection. Hope you have a great week!

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