Stacking the Shelves

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Every last Saturday of the month I’ll post my book hauls & book mail from the past month.


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Library Sale:

Crystal Gardens by Amanda Quick

Dangerous by Amanda Quick

Slightly Shady by Amanda Quick

Notorious Pleasures by Elizabeth Hoyt

The Serpent Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel 

Size 12 [and ready to rock] by Meg Cabot 

I love my local library sale. Books are 50 cents a piece and you can’t go wrong there. I was recommended Amanda Quick by a reading friend and even though I haven’t read anything by her yet I just had to pick up the books.

Elizabeth Hoyt is one of my go to romance reads because I thoroughly enjoy her when I’m in the mood for romance. You’ll find her name on my blog here and there.

Station Eleven was on my wishlist and I almost bought it via Book Outlet, but 50 cents!

And Meg Cabot is one I hear great things about too… Time to read up I guess!

7 books for a total of 3.50!  I wish I could go every single day of the book sale. 😀


Book Outlet:

Neptune’s Brood by Charles Stross

The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder

Blood on the Bayou by Stacey Jay

Book of Ivy by Amy Engel

Red Glove by Holly Black

Black Heart by Holly Black 

Fairest by Marissa Meyer

One of my semi-quarterly purchases via Bookoutlet… Sometimes you can find really spectacular deals on here, like books for 1.89 that are GOOD books!


Amazon:

Harmony Black by Craig Schaeffer

Stolen Songbird by Daniel J. Jensen

The 100 by Kass Morgan

I was recommended Harmony Black on Goodreads when I sent out a request to send me your favorite book of 2016 so far… this was one of them and so I listened, picked it up and it’s on my TBR list!

The 100 I was sorely disappointed in, but picked that one up after becoming obsessed with the show… Yeah, it pales in comparison to the show.

Stolen Songbird my friend recommended it to me, so that’s coming up on my TBR list soon, too.


Book Mail:

Wheeler by Sara Butler Zalesky

I absolutely love receiving books from authors and publishers asking me to read and review their physical books. It’s something special to me. I’m currently in the middle of reading this book for Sara.


Although I received a plentiful amount of eBooks as well, this is segment is strictly highlighting the books that adorn my physical shelves. eBooks are a whole different story.


 What have you picked up at the book sale or store lately? Read anything good?

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