Stacking the Shelves & Bought, Borrowed, & Bagged #64

 

Welcome to my post for Stacking The Shelves, hosted by Tynga's Reviews,
and Bought Borrowed & Bagged, hosted by Talk Supe.

I haven't done one of these in about a month, again. It's been kind of crazy. I actually like doing these every week because then I feel like I can read what I've added, but when I look at the accumulation of several weeks of books, it looks a little overwhelming, although also totally awesome. :)

Here are the physical books I've gotten over the past month:
NONFICTION BOOKS FOR REVIEW
What Makes Us Sisters by Bonnie L. Oscarson
Parenting Principles by David A. Christensen
Amazed by Grace by Sheri Dew
Sacramental Reflections by Truman G. Madsen
Yesterday, Today, and Forever by M. Russell Ballard
I Hope They Call Me On a Mission by Benjamin Hyrum White & Corey Egbert
This is Jesus by J. Kirk Richards

BOOKS FOR REVIEW
Summer Campaign by Carla Kelly
An Uncertain Choice by Jody Hedlund
Real Moms by Lisa Valentine Clark
What Is Lost by Lauren Skidmore
Dauntless by Dina L. Sleiman
Season of Fire by Lisa T. Bergren
The Keys of the Watchmen by Kathleen C. Perrin
Murder at Tophouse by Clair M. Poulson
Heart of Gold by Jeanette Miller

BOOKS BOUGHT OR GIFTED
(THANK YOUS out to: Jen Rylan from YA Romantics who sent me her copy of Blythewood, which is a book that I really have wanted to read but didn't get an ARC for. And Author Rula Sinara who sent me copies of her books plus some very awesome swag!!)
After the Silence by Rula Sinara
The Promise of Rain by Rula Sinara
Blythewood by Carol Goodman
The Assassin's Blade by Sarah J. Maas
The Winner's Crime by MarieRutkoski
The Last Time We Say Goodbye by Cynthia Hand

Here are the ebooks I've grabbed from NetGalley, Edelweiss, authors, tour hosts, and Amazon (covers will take you to Amazon or Goodreads):

FREE FROM AMAZON (at the time)
Cut from the Same Cloth: A Humorous Traditional Regency Romance (My Notorious Aunt, Book Three 3)

FOR REVIEW
Blessing Undertow Married 'til Monday (Chapel Springs, #4) Falcon (Quiet Professionals #3)
Bomb Powerless (The Hero Agenda, #1) Raising the Stakes Mania (The Night Walkers, #3)
Siren's Fury (Storm Siren, #2) Alive Tangled Webs (Tangled Webs, #1) Every Last Word
Flirty Dancing (The Ladybirds, #1) Lock & Mori (Lock & Mori, #1) Cold Burn of Magic (Black Blade #1) How to Say I Love You Out Loud
Finding Someplace School for Sidekicks Lion Heart (Scarlet, #3) Hold Me Like a Breath (Once Upon a Crime Family, #1)

There are lots of great books here. Did you get anything this week or past month? Are any of these on your tbr list?


10 comments

  1. Ashley Christy3/7/15, 11:06 PM

    That's an impressive haul! I just got my copy of The Winner's Crime and I am really looking forward to reading it! Also, I keep seeing Lion Heart everywhere, and it is making me think I should pick up this series.

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  2. I was planning on being ahead enough that I could just read The Winner's Crime as soon as it came, but my computer has been such a pain that I'm behind! Such a bummer. So I have to wait until I've caught up. And AC Gaughen's series (Lion Heart) is so very, very good. It's true to the historical period and goes fairly dark, but the characters and the feels!!! I'd definitely recommend it! :D

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  3. Such an awesome haul...I'm jealous ;) Cant wait to read The Winner's Crime!

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  4. Holy wow, that's some haul! I loved, loved, loved The Last Time We Say Goodbye. Heart wrenching and just perfect. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  5. Wow, what a cool book haul! Lots of great ones! :) Enjoy.

    Stormi

    Week in Review

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  6. Blythewood is sooo good. I love all of Carol Goodman's adult books so I was excited when she started writing YA. Hope you love it!


    Lion Heart…I read it as soon as I downloaded it. What a fantastic series ender!


    Have fun reading! ~Pam

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  7. Oh! That you loved how Lion Heart ended the series gives me hope! I also get a little hesitant with a final book in a series because they can totally ruin a series. I'm so glad you thought it was great! :D


    I think Blythewood will totally be my kind of book. I like a lot of the same fantasy/paranormal as you do, so hopefully that means I really will like it. Thanks, Pam!

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  8. I get a rush every time I look at them all. Are books addicting? They must be. ;)

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  9. It is a crazy haul. I have loved all of Cynthia Hand's books, well, at least her other series, so I pre-ordered this one. I'm hoping it'll have a permanent place on my shelves because I'll love it.

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  10. Me too! At least it's released now so that I can. :)

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