Stacking the Shelves #2

Welcome back to Stacking the Shelves! This is my second stab at both this meme, and my new Gimp graphics program. About the meme, the deets on that are over at Tynga’s Reviews. We all post what we’ve received, borrowed, bought, etc. during the week.

About the graphics program…Gimp stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It’s Open Source, and it’s an alternative to Adobe Photoshop. I wanted to do a big cover spread picture, and MS Paint just isn’t that able. So far, well, see big cover spread below.

From Kensington Books (in response to On My Wishlist #6)
The Seduction of Phaeton Black (print ARC)

From the author or publicist for review at Book Lovers Inc.
Scourge of the Betrayer by Jeff Salyards (ebook)
Star Dust: First Contact by Ann O’Bannon (ebook)
Big Sky Country by Linda Lael Miller (print)

From BookBrowse First Impressions for review:
The Age of Miracles by Karen Thompson Walker (print ARC)

From the publishers:
Dreams of Joy by Lisa See (print)
I am Forbidden by Anouk Markovitz (print)
The Kissing List by Stephanie Reents (print)
The Watch by Joydeep Roy-Bhattacharya (print)
The Dead Do Not Improve by Jay Caspian Kang (print)
All the books above, except for the Lisa See book, came in a plastic-wrapped wodge from the publisher. I don’t know why. They also came with their very own tote bag. Based on the size of said plastic wodge, they really NEED that tote bag!

From NetGalley (ebooks all):
Thieftaker by D.B. Jackson
The Rare Event by P.D. Singer
The Wanderers by Paula Brandon
The Bellwether Revivals by Benjamin Wood (part of Penguin First Flights)
Big Sky Mountain by Linda Lael Miller (for review at Book Lovers Inc)

From Entangled Publishing for book tour
The Fallen Queen by Jane Kindred (ebook)

I know, I know. I was bad this week. I’m not quite sure what to do with that tote from Hogarth Press (that’s the wodge). Have a contest and give it away?

But please tell me, did you get lots of books this week too? What’s stacking up on your shelves?

 

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