Stacking the Shelves (44)

Stacking the Shelves

Doctor Who Who-ology by Mark CavanThis year is the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. Hard to believe, isn’t it? Two of the review books are part of the 50th anniversary collection from BBC Books. It was kind of a thrill to get the Royal Mail package from England this week.

It had an extra surprise inside. Doctor Who: Who-ology, The Official Miscellany by Cavan Scott & Mark Wright. It’s kind of a dictionary of Doctor Who. For a fan, it’s pure gold, but I can’t imagine reviewing it. Still, it’s a glorious prezzie and I can’t resist opening it every few minutes just for kicks.

Stacking the shelves Reading Reality May 11 2013

For Review:
Any Other Name (Split Worlds #2) by Emma Newman
The Apple Orchard (Bella Vista #1) by Susan Wiggs
Chasing Mrs. Right (Come Undone #2) by Katee Robert
The Clockwork Scarab (Stoker & Holmes #1) by Colleen Gleason
Dangerous Curves Ahead (Perfect Fit #1) by Sugar Jamison
Desire by Design by Paula Altenburg
Doctor Who: Festival of Death (Past Doctor Adventures #35) by Jonathan Morris
Doctor Who: Ten Little Aliens (Past Doctor Adventures #54) by Stephen Cole
Flirting With Disaster (Camelot #3) by Ruthie Knox
From This Moment On (Sullivans #2) by Bella Andre
Gaming for Keeps by Seleste DeLaney
Hearts in Darkness (Nikki & Michael #2) by Keri Arthur
Hellhound by Kaylie Austen
Home to Whiskey Creek (Whiskey Creek #4) by Brenda Novak
How the Light Gets In (Chief Inspector Gamache #9) by Louise Penny
The Look of Love (Sullivans #1) by Bella Andre
Love Me (Take A Chance #2) by Diane Alberts
The Miss Education of Dr. Exeter (Phaeton Black #3) by Jillian Stone
Mist by Susan Krinard
The Newcomer (Thunder Point #2) by Robyn Carr
The Sky: The Art of Final Fantasy Slipcased Edition by Yoshitaka Amano
Stranded With a Billionaire (Billionaire Boys Club #1) by Jessica Clare

Dead Ever After (Sookie Stackhouse #13) by Charlaine Harris
Delicate Freakn’ Flower (Freakn’ Shifters #1) by Eve Langlais

Borrowed from the Library:
Good Man Friday (Benjamin January #12) by Barbara Hambly

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