That’s right. It’s Stacking the Shelves time again. (If you want the details about STS, it’s hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. You can learn all about the history and mystery of this fabulous feature there)
Most of my books this week came with commitments attached, so I tried to keep the extras down to a trickle. Especially since I’m still behind from that pesky flu bug from last week. (Imagine me inserting a pitiful coughing sound here)
After my post this week about ARC hauls at conferences, I thought I would make a brief comment because I usually do get more books than a person can manage to read in a week. Even me. (I usually take one a day. Like vitamins only more fun)
This is part of the reason I like ebooks so much, e-ARCs in particular. No muss, no fuss, no shipping costs, no printing costs. I always request an e-ARC. The print ARCs I receive either arrive unsolicited, or that’s the only way a book I’ve committed to review is available.
And we already have over 2,000 print books in the house. The slower we increase that number, the better. Even if neither of us plans to ever stop reading!
From the Author/Publisher/Publicist:
Wicked Nights by Gena Showalter (print)
Return to Willow Lake by Susan Wiggs (ebook)
Sweet Chaos (Kali Sweet #2) by Misty Evans (ebook)
A Dangerous Liaison with Detective Lewis (The Gentlemen of Scotland Yard #2) by Jillian Stone (print ARC)