Stacking the Shelves (101)

Stacking the Shelves

My only excuse this week is that Tule Publishing seems to have offered up their entire catalog on NetGalley this week. I simply couldn’t resist.

For Review:
A Fair to Remember (Summer Fair #5) by Barbara Ankrum
After the Rain (River Bend #4) by Lilian Darcy
Close to Her Heart (Carrigans of the Circle C #2) by CJ Carmichael
Doctor Who: Engines of War (Doctor Who: New Series Adventures Specials #4) by George Mann
Duke City Hit (Duke City #2) by Max Austin
The Honeymoon Prize (Honeymoon #3) by Melissa McClone
Make-Believe Wedding (Great Wedding Giveaway #9) by Sarah Mayberry
Once More with Feeling by Megan Crane
Pick Me (Magnolia Bay #3) by Erika Marks
A Seductive Melody (Kelly Brothers #5) by Crista McHugh
The Sweetest Thing (River Bend #1) by Lilian Darcy
Tease Me, Cowboy (Copper Mountain Rodeo #6) by Rachael Johns
Wanted: Wild Thing (Midnight Liaisons #4) by Jessica Sims
Yours to Command (ES Siren #2) by Shona Husk
Yours to Desire (ES Siren #3) by Denise Rossetti
Yours to Uncover (ES Siren #1) by Mel Teshco

Purchased from Amazon:
No Good-Bye by Georgie Marie

Borrowed from the Library:
The Cursed (Krewe of Hunters #12) by Heather Graham
The Kill Switch (Tucker Wayne #1) by James Rollins and Grant Blackwood
The Night is Forever (Krewe of Hunters #11) by Heather Graham
Shades of Milk and Honey (Glamourist Histories #1) by Mary Robinette Kowal
The Uninvited (Krewe of Hunters #8) by Heather Graham

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3 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (101)

  1. What I want to know is: what the heck is up with August 26? I swear at least 10 of my authors have books being released on that day (including at least one of the ones you’ve listed above.) is this some sort of strange publishing convergence? Some special date? Or???

    1. I think it’s the day that the publishing industry has unofficially decided to start the Fall book season. But yeah, I have a ton that all come out that day.

      Maybe they are being kind and giving us stuff to read over Labor Day?

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