Stacking the Shelves (47)

Stacking the Shelves

abibliophobia from SBTBI didn’t know there was a name for my condition. I’ve always thought it was just me, but according to Sarah Wendell from Smart Bitches, Trashy Books, and confirmed by Wiktionary, I have a lifelong case of abibliophobia. You probably do too.

It’s the fear of running out of things to read. (Sarah’s illustration from twitter fits me perfectly, except she didn’t include enough cats!)

That explains everything…

Stacking the Shelves Reading Reality June 8 2013

For Review:
Absolution (Penton Legacy #2) by Susannah Sandlin
Along Came a Spider (Transplanted Tales #3) by kate Serine
Along the Watchtower by David Litwack
The Armies of Heaven (House of Arkhangel’sk #3) by Jane Kindred
Elysian Fields (Sentinels of New Orleans #3) by Suzanne Johnson
Empty Net (Assassins #3) by Tony Aleo
Falling for the Backup (Assassins #3.5) by Tony Aleo
Her Ladyship’s Curse (Disenchanted & Co. #1) by Lynn Viehl
iD (Machine Dynasty #2) by Madeline Ashby
Immortally Ever After (Monster M*A*S*H #3) by Angie Fox
The Last Kiss Goodbye (Dr. Charlotte Stone #2) by Karen Robards
Loyalty by Ingrid Thoft
Omega (Penton Legacy #3) by Susannah Sandlin
Redemption (Penton Legacy #1) by Susannah Sandlin
Shadows of the New Sun edited by Bill Fawcett and J.E. Mooney
The Story Guy by Mary Ann Rivers
Taking Shots (Assassins #1) by Toni Aleo
True Spies (Lord and Lady Spy #2) by Shana Galen
Twenty First Century Science Fiction edited by David G. Hartwell and Patrick Neilsen Hayden

Heart of Obsidian (Psy-Changeling #12) by Nalini Singh

Borrowed from the Library:
Bronze Gods (Apparatus Infernum #1) by A.A. Aguirre
How to Tame Your Duke by Juliana Gray
The Blooding of Jack Absolute (Jack Absolute #2) by C.C. Humphreys
The Tower (Guardians of Destiny #1) by Jean Johnson

12 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (47)

    1. See if your local public library has it. Or ask them to buy it. Most libraries have a purchase request form somewhere on their website; they buy books if people ask for them.
      I know it’s not the same as owning it, but it’s a chance to read it!
      Thanks for stopping by.
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