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. I also decided that since I do a weekly recap, it really is just good sense to link up with The Sunday Post, hosted by Caffeinated Book Reviewer, because that is such a fun link up as well!
Pictures = Goodreads
I was very good this week! Fine, I wasn’t good at all, the rest of my requests are just in limbo. I’m not even sorry.
Kindle on the Cheap
I read books! Three books, which I guess is the number I am destined to read until the end of time? Anyway, it’s these:
Why, oh why did I wait so long to read The Kiss of Deception?! Holly told me I should! Actually, I am half glad I did, because now I don’t have to wait too long for the sequel! What Remains was a very pleasant surprise! And Hold Me Like a Breath was… a different, less pleasant surprise. Next time Aimee tells me something? I listen.
On the Blog:
- Monday’s review was the lovely Rook by Sharon Cameron
- This week’s Top Ten was Characters Who________, and I picked Rich and Privileged characters
- On Wednesday, I reviewed Material Girls by Elaine Dimopoulos
- I discussed a few things that confuse me about books on Thursday
- And on Friday, the May Giveaway Hop Sign Ups were posted, as well as the May Discussion Challenge link-up and giveaway!
- The May Discussion Link up and Giveaway has begun! There are still a few days left to link up any April posts you may have missed, and get last minute giveaway entries in too!
- The May New Release Hop Sign-Ups are OPEN! So if you’d like to give away a May Release, head on over!
Fun in the Blogosphere:
- Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction asks if you use affiliate links in your posts
- Cait @ Paper Fury has some lovely words for you to share with all the writers in your life
- Tonyalee @ Lilybloombooks talks about how our real lives have a great influence on what we read
- Lynn & Julie @ Chapter Break discuss how and when you know it is time to break up with an author or series.
- Cynthia @ Bingeing on Books tells us all about what made her decide to quit her reading challenges.
- Mishma @ Chasing Faerytales gives some really important reasons for the need for diversity in books.
- Lina @ Every Book a World shows us some amazing pictures and shares her experience from “The Last Bookstore”
Reviews, likely of Until the Beginning by Amy Plum and 5 to 1 by Holly Bodger. Discussions of some kid. Perhaps a Top Ten list. And maybe some “Books I’m Never Reviewing”? We’ll see, as always.