Stacking the Shelves (5)

There are only eight new books stacking my shelves this week. And I’m SO happy!

I went a little, just a little you understand, overboard for a couple of weeks there. This is more reasonable. At least for a biblioholic.

Okay, you know the drill by now. Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. For the details of the meme, and a list of all the other book-addicted participants this week, head on over to Tynga’s and look at the links. There are always plenty of suggestions to stack your shelves with.


Three notes on my stack. Shadow Rising did pop up on NetGalley after being in On My Wishlist #11.

I couldn’t resist buying Nalini Singh’s Tangle of Need. And I refuse to give any space to the US cover. I liked it, but I think I enjoyed Kiss of Snow more. I’m still mulling that one over. Worst part is that now there’s at least a six-month wait until the next Psy-Changeling book. And she’s making horrible noises that she’s thinking of wrapping up the series. Gack!

Kensington sent me a print ARC of James R. Tuck’s Blood and Silver, after having sent me both print and egalleys of Blood and Bullets after another On My Wishlist. I loved Blood and Bullets and need to write the review. Excellent urban fantasy of the extremely hard-ass variety.

And, as always, anything not noted as print is an ebook.

From the Author/Publisher/Publicist:
Blood and Silver by James R. Tuck (print ARC)
The Sweetest Spell by Suzanne Selfors (print ARC)

From Writer Marketing Services:
Eulogy’s Secret by Grace Elliot
Hope’s Betrayal by Grace Elliot

For Book Lovers Inc.:
The Marrying Kind by Ken O’Neill

From Bewitching Book Tours:
Delighting in Your Company by Blair McDowell

From Netgalley:
Shadow Rising (Dark Dynasties #3) by Kendra Leigh Castle

Purchased from Amazon:
Tangle of Need by Nalini Singh

I’m trying to keep my stacks from overwhelming me. How are you doing? What’s stacking your shelves this week?


5 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (5)

  1. Eight books! That’s an amazing stack! To a chocoholic like myself who loves fairy tales The Sweetest Spell sounds like a must read. Can’t wait to find out what you think of it!
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  2. What a haul! I have to read all of the serie by Nalini Singh, Psy Changeling. I love it. But in France, we only have the first three. The fourth is released on june 22nd.

    Now, I’m going to read your precedent Stacking The Shelves… I’m curious to see that! 🙂
    Zendastark @ Les Drôles de Mots recently posted..Stacking The Shelves #3My Profile

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