Stacking the Shelves (164)

Stacking the Shelves

This is going to sound strange, but I’ve discovered that the grid works best with prime numbers. 11 and 13 actually look good, but 12 leaves a single really, really huge picture at the bottom. So I often find myself on Friday hunting for a 7th or 11th or 13th book to add to the stack. This is NOT GOOD for the height of the towering TBR pile. Oh well, we all make sacrifices in the name of our art…

For Review:
The Cold Between (Central Corps #1) by Elizabeth Bonesteel
Counterfeit Conspiracies (Bodies of Art #1) by Ritter Ames
Marked Masters (Bodies of Art #2) by Ritter Ames
Pistols and Petticoats by Erika Janik
Redemption by Kate Douglas
The Rivals of Versailles (Mistresses of Versailles #2) by Sally Christie
When Falcons Fall (Sebastian St. Cyr #11) by C.S. Harris
The Winemaker Detective Mysteries: Treachery in Bordeaux, Grand Cru Heist, Nightmare in Burgundy by Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noel Balen; translated by Anne Trager and Sally Pane.

Purchased from Amazon:
MILF on the Shelf by Nico Rosso
Murder on the Last Frontier (Charlotte Broday #1) by Cathy Pegau
Where Shadows Dance (Sebastian St. Cyr #6) by C.S. Harris
Wrapped in Red: Mistletoe Mantra by Nana Malone, White Hot Holiday by Sherelle Green

Borrowed from the Library:
Why Mermaids Sing (Sebastian St. Cyr #3) by C.S. Harris

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3 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (164)

  1. I am so jealous. I love the Sebastian St. Cry mysteries. They are one of my favorites and I have to wait for When Falcon’s fall to come out to read it.

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