Stacking the Shelves (456)

I write these up the day before, and I have to admit that I’m having a TGIF moment this afternoon. Not the restaurant, rather the feeling that this has already been a week and a half for no particular reason and thank goodness it’s over. Some really fascinating books crossed the transom this week so I’m also glad it’s the end of the week because that gives me a couple of days to figure out what I’m reading next week.

A couple of these look like fun. They all look interesting, but some are clearly more serious than others. We’ll see which are which in the weeks ahead!

For Review:
Along the Saltwise Sea (Up-and-Under #2) by A. Deborah Baker
The Christie Affair by Nina de Gramont
The Dating Playbook (Boyfriend Project #2) by Farrah Rochon
The Desert Prince by Peter V. Brett
The Dishonored Viscount (Diamonds in the Rough #8) by Sophie Barnes
Finlay Donovan Knocks ‘Em Dead (Finlay Donovan #2) by Elle Cosimano
From the Neck Up and Other Stories by Aliya Whiteley
God of Neverland by Gama Ray Martinez
The Guide by Peter Heller
The Ice Swan by J’nell Ciesielski
The Magnificent Lives of Marjorie Post by Allison Pataki
Mickey7 by Edward Ashton
Redwood and Wildfire by Andrea Hairston
The Restoration by J.H. Moncrieff
Sea of Tranquility by Emily St. John Mandel
Under Lock & Skeleton Key (Secret Staircase #1) by Gigi Pandian
Until the Last of Me (Take Them to the Stars #2) by Sylvain Neuvel
What Might Have Been by Holly Miller

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5 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (456)

  1. Hallo, Hallo,…

    I used to link to this meme last year but I hadn’t realised the other host had stepped down. I removed the link from my 2020 post but I haven’t had a chance to redirect it back to your info page for the meme yet but I will be doing that soon. I’ve linked this week’s post to this entry as I like to link directly to each week’s individual post.

    How wonderful your able to continue hosting! I hope to be writing regular posts to share now that I have re-found my joy and rhythm with blogging. This week was a bit of a all-in retrospective on the first 2x quarters of 2021.
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