Stacking the Shelves (377)

Stacking the Shelves

And this would be the gigantic post-ALA Midwinter stack. The height of the stack is a combination of three factors – 1)that I cut off last week’s stack early in order to have it out of the way before I left for conference, 2) that I saw or heard about new books at conference that I wanted to read and 3) that the spring, summer and now FALL books are showing up on Edelweiss and NetGalley with their typical post-holiday vengeance.

I’m just glad, as I have been every year since I got into ebooks seriously, that I didn’t have to carry these around the exhibits. This many books would be really, really heavy.

For Review:
Beachside Beginnings (Moonlight Harbor #4) by Sheila Roberts
The Beast Hunter (Adventures of Keltin Moore #1) by Lindsay Schopfer
Book of the Little Axe by Lauren Francis-Sharma
The Cabinets of Barnaby Mayne by Elsa Hart
Christmas Flowers (Draegers of Last Stand, Texas #2) by Sasha Summers
Crooked Hallelujah by Kelli Jo Ford
Dangerous Territory (Adventures of Keltin Moore #3) by Lindsay Schopfer
The Deadly Hours by Susanna Kearsley, C.S. Harris, Anna Lee Huber, Christine Trent
Devolution by Max Brooks
The Familiar Dark by Amy Engel
Goldilocks by Laura Lam
Healing Hannah’s Heart by Preslaysa Williams
Jaguar’s Mate (Crescent Moon #8) by Katie Reus
The Krinar Eclipse (Krinar World) by Lauren Smith
The Lost Diary of Venice by Margaux DeRoux
Pretty Things by Janelle Brown
Puppy Kisses (Forever Home #3) by Lucy Gilmore
Real Men Knit by Kwana Jackson
Recipe for Persuasion by Sonali Dev
Ripples & Waves by L.A. Witt
A Royal Affair (Sparks & Bainbridge #2) by Allison Montclair
Sweet Deceit (Layovers #2) by Saskia Laine

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
Dragonslayer (Dragonslayer #1) by Duncan M. Hamilton (audio)
Knight of the Silver Circle (Dragonslayer #2) by Duncan M. Hamilton (audio)
Seven Blades in Black (Grave of Empires #1) by Sam Sykes (audio)
Some of the Best from 2019 Edition by Elizabeth Bear, Siobhan Carroll, John Chu et al (FREE)

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