Stacking the Shelves #60


Welcome to my post for Stacking The Shelves, hosted by Tynga's Reviews.

I haven't posted about books I've gotten in weeks, so there are a lot. I'm not going to be linking them all up this week because I just don't have the time. I'll start with my physical stack:
(From top to bottom - the top five were purchased and the rest are for review)
Always on My Mind by Susan May Warren
Take a Chance on Me by Susan May Warren (the only book in this series I didn't own)
Ignite by Sara B. Larson
Defy by Sara B. Larson
Willow Grove by Kathleen Peacock
Silence by Deborah Lytton
Beyond All Dreams by Elizabeth Camden
Love Unexpected: A Storybook Romance by Melanie Jacobson, Jennifer K. Clark, Julie Daines
A Heart Revealed by Josi S. Kilpack
Betrayed by Rhonda Gibb Hinrichsen
The Rules in Rome by A.L. Sowards
Eruption by Adrienne Quintana
Keeping Kate by Lauren Windor Farnsworth
In the Kitchen by Allison Waggoner
Colorful Cooking by Jacque Wick

I have also added a ton, and really too many, ebooks to my Kindle as well. Here are most of them (from NetGalley, Edelweiss, authors, tour hosts, and Amazon):
Like a Flower in Bloom Deadly Echoes Sabotaged (Alaskan Courage #5) Mist of Midnight (Daughters of Hampshire, #1)
Black Dove, White Raven Seeker (Seeker, #1) The Queen of Bright and Shiny Things Second Guard (Second Guard, #1)
The Accidental Empress The Choosing Dubiosity A Stranger's Secret (Cliff's of Cornwall, #2)
Remake Deception on Sable Hill Shadow Study (Soulfinders, #1) One of the Guys
Emmy & Oliver Paperweight Between Us and the Moon Between the Notes
The Night We Said Yes The Leveller (The Leveller, #1) The Revenge Playbook The Cage (The Cage, #1)
Stolen Magic (A Tale of Two Castles, #2) At the Water's Edge Dauntless (Valiant Hearts, #1) After a Fashion
Princess Academy: The Forgotten Sisters Positively Beautiful Of Shadow and Stone Some Kind of Normal
Three Day Summer Last Year's Mistake The Summer of Chasing Mermaids Shadows of Ladenbrooke Manor
Water So Deep Someone Else's Fairytale (Someone Else's Fairytale, #1) Prom Impossible A Sugar Creek Christmas (A Sugar Creek Novel)

I basically would need to read a book a day for over a month to get through all these, but I'm hoping to get some really good reading in this month.

Did you get anything this week?


16 comments

  1. WOW! You have a very fun (and busy) month ahead of you! That's a lot of books! But you got some great ones in there too. Have fun reading!

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  2. Oh my goodness. That is a ton of books. LoL That is crazy. I will say that I'm excited to read One of the Guys. I was approved for it on NG and I can't wait to start reading it.
    Kristin @ Book Sniffers Anonymous

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  3. Grace Fonseca1/11/15, 11:28 AM

    WOW. A lot of books. I see that you got some really interesting looking ones that I hadn't seen before. Enjoy your weekend.

    Grace @ Books of Love

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  4. Wow, that is a huge book haul! :) Some of those look really good. :) Enjoy.

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  5. Lisa Mandina1/12/15, 9:34 AM

    We've got a few of the same e-books over the last couple of weeks it looks like. I'm like you, I have to quit! Great haul though!



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  6. Looks like you will be very busy. I look forward to seeing what you think of these. I have many on them on my TBR list.

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  7. I haven't read any of his, but I thought this one looked and sounded really interesting because it's in the inspirational genre and it's a ya dystopian. There aren't a lot of those and I think they're should be more. I'm curious to see if I like it.

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  8. I know! Isn't it crazy? I didn't realize how many I had added, but this is basically over a month's time, so I just have to read a book a day, right? Lol!

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  9. It's a crazy big stack! It's from a month of collecting, but still. I hope we both like One of the Guys!!

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  10. This is what I get for not posting for STS for a month. I really see how many books I grab. I do have a fairly light month in January, so I'm hoping to get some good reading in.

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  11. I hope they end up being really good. ;) Thanks!

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  12. I know! Then those books come out and it's not like I don't want to read them. My problem is liking so many genres. I've debated limiting myself to only YA on NG and Edelweiss, but then there are other books... See my dilemma? Lol!

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  13. I'm hoping there are some serious likes and some favorites from this pile. Thanks, Kim!

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  15. Great haul! Those all look fantastic... you might have to do a book a day!

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  16. Seriously. I need to. I have gotten some good reading in this week. Now just to find time to put up reviews...

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