Stacking the Shelves #19

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews, which is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. You can read more about the creation of Stacking the Shelves by visiting the official launch page here.

I didn’t do a post last week out of pure laziness, so this is my book haul for the past two weeks. I would have posted this much earlier today, but I had to be at a New Teacher Training early this morning, so this is the first chance I had to get online.

   

   

   

Borrowed from Library:

Purchased:

Received for Review:

  • Level 2 by Lenore Applehans (ARC from Simon & Schuster – Thanks so much!)

Won:

All of those e-books were part of Amazon’s Kindle deals; I don’t think I paid over $3 for any of them. Not sure if the deals are still going on or not! And I had never won any giveaways until I won the audiobook of Monstrous Beauty. When Giselle tweeted that I’d won I was ridiculously excited! I’m going to bring the audiobook with me to work this week to listen to while I’m there for my required extra six hours for Parent-Teacher Conference Week.

I also used my Beauty Insider status with Sephora to take advantage of their presale for their Disney’s Cinderella-inspired items, which are SO pretty. I bought the compact mirror (which looks like a clock), the Midnight Hour eye shadow palette (the case is SO pretty!) and the So This is Love… perfume, which I wanted solely for the bottle. If you love Disney and makeup, I’d definitely recommend these products! They also have a lipstick set and nail polish set, as well as a larger eye shadow palette. All of it is really pretty. Sephora says they’ll have another princess-inspired line coming out in April, and I can’t wait to see what’s next!

So what did you get this week? Please link me!

My Weekly Recap

10/02/12: Top Ten Tuesday #6 featuring the Top Ten “Older” Books You Don’t Want People to Forget About
10/02/12: My pre-Mark of Athena Squee Post
10/03/12: Waiting on Wednesday #17 – Valkyrie Rising by Ingrid Paulson
10/06/12: Cover Reveal of The Legends of Regia: Forbidden Forest by Tenaya Jane
10/06/12: Review of The Mark of Athena (Heroes of Olympus #3) by Rick Riordan
10/08/12: Promo Post for Order of the Dimensions by Irene Helenowski
10/09/12: Top Ten Tuesday #7 featuring the Top Ten Books I Just Had to Buy … That Are Still Sitting on My Shelves
10/10/12: Waiting on Wednesday #18 – Marco Impossible by Hannah Moskowitz
10/10/12: Blog Tour Stop for Life & Death of Lily Drake by T. Michelle Nelson + Giveaway
10/12/12: The Modified Release Day Blitz + Giveaway

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10 Responses to Stacking the Shelves #19

  1. I loved Level 2!!!! The Diviners sounds interesting since I love the 20s! I just finished On Dublin Street. It was a hot and sweet romance!
    My Stack

  2. Awesome books! I’ve been seeing The Diviners everywhere and really want to read it. I just added My Super Sweet Sixteenth Century to my TBR list this week; it definitely sounds like my kind of read. Enjoy all of your new books, and thanks for stopping by!

  3. Nafiza says:

    Pretty pretty books! I hope you enjoy them all a lot!

  4. :) Earlier this week I had gone on a slightly huge make-up shopping spree. So. Much. Fun.

    I’m going to be starting The Diviners shortly – and I completely agree that the UK version has a much lovelier cover.

    Level 2sounds like a book that would be right up my alley. I’ll be sure to check it out once it’s released!

    I hope you enjoy your books & thanks for stopping by!

  5. Princess of the midnight ball & Princess of Glass are really sweet books :) I loved them!
    The diviners sound great. I’ve been hearing great things about it.

    Happy reading! :D

  6. Katie B says:

    Lots of fabulous looking books this week. I can’t wait to read The Diviners, Level 2, and Monstrous Beauty. Happy reading!

    Here’s my Stacking The Shelves!

  7. Quinn says:

    Jessica Day George! I love her! One of my favorite books is by her (Sun and Moon, Ice and Snow). I really liked Princess of the Midnight Ball, but I was a bit disappointed in Princess of Glass.

  8. Eileen says:

    Oh. My God. Seriously. Level 2 is just painful to look at. I requested it and I didn’t get a copy O_O Oh well I probably didn’t deserve it anyway. but congrats for Level 2 it looks aaaahhmmaaaazzzzzinnnngg!

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