Stacking the Shelves and In My Mailbox #14

Welcome to Stacking The Shelves, hosted by Tynga's Reviews. Stacking The Shelves is all about the books I am adding to my shelves each week, sharing with you my excitement for my newest titles and maybe have you discover a new book in the process!

I am also joining In My Mailbox, which used to be hosted by The Story Siren, but is now hosted by The Mod Podge Bookshelf.

I debated on posting this week because I didn't get any physical books in the mail. I decided to go look in my ebooks folder to help me decide if they would deserve a post. Yes, I have a specific email folder for ebooks and flag the new ones that haven't been featured yet so that I know how many and which ones they are. Is it a little OCD? Maybe, but it works. :) I had several in there, so I thought I'd better share.

This first set are books that I download from Amazon for free, except Pretty Little Lies, which was $.99.

Then here are the ebooks I've been approved for from NetGalley/Edelweiss or received for review this past week:

I was and am super ecstatic about getting Doon! It has been on my can't-wait list since I first saw it and I already pre-ordered a hardcover copy. I have heard good things so far, so I can't wait to read it to see if it meets my expectations. I need to admit that The Next Best Thing by Kristin Higgins is something I don't normally read or request. It's in the Adult genre and will have language and innuendo, which I don't like. However, the author is one I've read before and she cracks me up every time and has some great characters and romance. I just couldn't pass up the opportunity to see how her new novel will be, so we'll see. I will be reviewing and hosting giveaways for Double Star, Concealed in the Shadows, and Wind Warrior (all published from Clean Teen Publishing) in September. What did you get this week?

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