Stacking the Shelves #31

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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 stopped by the library this week to pick up some of my requests that had come in and … walked out with four other titles as well. Most of the time I go straight to the spot where the requests are and don’t venture any further, but my self-control wasn’t so good that day. Combine that with a bunch of books that were actually in that I’ve been wanting to read, and this is what you get! Needless to say, this was quite a large week for me in terms of my acquisitions!

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Library Picks:

annakarenina beautifulcreatures completesherlock entice

liarsociety liesthatbind mazerunner obsidian

Purchased E-books:

chantress howmysummer pivotpoint

Received for Review:

Thank you to Simon Pulse and HarperTeen for the e-galleys! All of these are going to be read as part of the Debut Author Challenge, and I’m super excited to (eventually) get to them!

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

My Weekly Recap

12/31/12: 2012 in Review
12/31/12: Review of Michaela’s Gift by Cordelia Dinsmore
01/01/13: Top Ten Tuesday #12 – Top Ten Books I Resolve to Read in 2013
01/02/13: Waiting on Wednesday #30 – Infatuate by Aimee Agresti
01/03/13: Review of Persephone by Kaitlin Bevis
01/04/13: Review of Shadowlands by Kate Brian

Upcoming Reviews

The Lure of Shapinsay by Krista Holle
Paper Valentine by Brenna Yovanoff
Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone by Kat Rosenfield
Broken by A.E. Rought

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18 Responses to Stacking the Shelves #31

  1. I love How My Summer Went Up in Flames, Sherlock Holmes, and Ally Carter’s books! :) Happy reading!

    Alice @ Alice in Readerland

  2. So much books! :D I really want to read Breathe soon!

  3. Nafiza says:

    So many delicious books! Enjoy them all.

  4. Quinn says:

    That looks like a nice stack of books. I have If I Lie from the library too, but haven’t gotten to it yet. I read Touched by Corrine Jackson and really enjoyed it. If I Lie seems quite different, though.

    Happy reading :)

  5. Wow, so many of your books are books I’ve been wanting to read! Off to follow you now :)) Happy reading!

    Stacking the Shelves @ Divergent Gryffindor

  6. Livvy @Nerdy Book Reviews says:

    Oooh, I’m reading Blood Red Road at the moment, it’s pretty good! Looks like a great library haul! :)

    I’ll look out for your thoughts on The Maze Runner and Chantress too.

    Great haul, and happy reading.

  7. I’ve made a resolution this year to not go overboard at the library until I get through my books at home, which have been long neglected. I loved Blood Red Road and need to read the sequel eventually. Enjoy all of your books! :)

    Our StS

    • Merin says:

      Yeah, I normally don’t allow myself to even peruse the shelves because I just don’t have the time necessary to read them in a timely manner.

  8. jonababez says:

    Oh, you’ve been very busy! I love your haul! I’ve read The Maze Runner and Obsidian, and I love them! Hope you’ll get the Daemon fever! ;)
    I just posted mine. :)

    • Merin says:

      Daemon’s character makes me leery, because I tend to get annoyed with the boys who act like asses, but we’ll see how it goes! Every keeps raving about her books so I jumped at the cheap price. :)

  9. Woooohh!! Awesome haul! I hope you enjoy If I Lie-that was one of my favorite books in 2012!! There was some awesome ebook sales this week… but sadly I missed out on Obsidian :( I hope you enjoy all your great reads!!!

  10. That is an awesome haul! I hope you enjoy your books!

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