Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. It gives us a chance to share with readers what we bought, borrowed, swapped, won or got for review each week.
Um, I went a bit… overboard this week. For someone who is terrified of requesting books, well, I guess I got over that in a hurry?
For Review via Edelweiss
For Review via Netgalley, thanks to Bloomsbury Children’s
For review for blog tour
This was an absolutely dreadful week of reading for me. I finished one lonely book, , and that was really only because I was almost done anyway. I was kind of sick, and kind of overwhelmed, and I am almost done with two other books but still. Not a great week for reading, but hopefully next week will be better (it needs to be, because as you can see, I have a lot of books for review coming up). Oh, and I have been failing miserably at NaNo. Holding steady at zero words, so that can’t be good.
On The Blog:
- On Monday, I reviewed The Unhappening of Genesis Lee by Shallee McArthur, and pondered the significance of memories and brain activity.
- This week’s Top Ten Tuesday featured books I’d love to reread, if only time were a bit more infinite.
- On Wednesday, I waited for The Cage by Megan Shepherd.
- Also on Wednesday, I featured the amazing cover for Salt & Stone by Victoria Scott, plus shared the giveaway!
- And on Friday, you learned why I didn’t exactly love Frozen by Melissa de la Cruz and Michael Johnston.
I promise promise PROMISE (especially for Daryl!) to get my thoughts together for Only Ever Yours. Fair warning, it isn’t going to be a review as much as a “you need to read this and experience for yourself” situation.
Also next week, the November New Release giveaway will be starting, so that is fun 🙂 Congrats to last month’s winner, Moria, who chose The Young Elites! I must confess, I really love finding out what book the winner chooses! In this case, I had just started reading it myself, so I thought it was fun that we “matched”!
How was your week? Any great (or terrible, we won’t discriminate) books read? Any great new additions? Let me know!