Stacking The Shelves – a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews
Stacking the Shelves
Here are the rules:
Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!
- Participants are to create their own Stacking the Shelves post and link bank to Tynga’s Reviews so more people can join the fun!
- Posts can be laid out any way you want.
- The host site posts updates on a Saturday but bloggers taking part can post any day they choose.
- Visit Tynga’s Reviews on a Saturday and add your link.
- Visit other participants sites to find out what they have added!
The rules are simple and it is a really fun way to showcase your books and see what other bloggers are excited about this week! Not to mention the fact that it is a good way to interact with and get to know other bloggers!
Here are the books I have purchased this week:
Here are the ARC’s I got from Netgalley:
Nice haul! Sweet Unrest looks really good! Enjoy all the books! 😀
Thanks! I’m pretty excited for Sweet Unrest. 🙂
I finished “The Bookshop on the Corner” Not sure when I got it from NetGalley. A cute romance.
Sounds awesome – I have found a lot of books I wouldn’t normally have read on Netgalley. 🙂
Yes – I still try to only select titles I’m fairly sure I’ll finish. I hate sending in DNF reviews.
I’m the same – I hate not being able to finish a book.
Sweet Unrest, can’t wait to read it since, Voodoo! So interesting. Happy reading! 🙂
Kirsty @ StudioReads
It does look very interesting!
Nice haul – I really like the look of The Girl Who Was Saturday Night. Hope you enjoy your books. 🙂
Been meaning to read my copy of NOS4A2 but it’s such an investment! The book is ginormous!
It looks really good! I have been meaning to read Joe Hill for ages – maybe this will encourage me to read the rest of his stuff. 😀
I’m always excited to see Judy Blume re-releases. They may not be 100% relevant for the younger generations, but I feel like they’re still a rite of passage. Happy reading 🙂
I couldn’t resist it (though I first read it many years ago). Her books always had a huge impact on me – plus yay for nostalgia!! 😀