Stacking the Shelves (466)

This feels all too much like one of those weeks where I might have forgotten to put the text into this post and left the “XXX” – but I managed to avert that fate! For some reason, this has felt like a particularly long week at Chez Reading Reality. But we made it! It’s the weekend! YAY!

I also managed to get some interesting and/or much anticipated books this week, and that’s always a win. I’m especially happy that State of Terror finally popped up on Edelweiss – just as the book came out. I love Louise Penny so I’m very curious to see how her collaboration with Hillary Clinton works out.

For Review:
Adult Assembly Required by Abbi Waxman
Atomic Anna by Rachel Barenbaum
Black Tide by KC Jones
Book Lovers by Emily Henry
Circus of Wonders by Elizabeth Macneal
Comeuppance Served Cold by Marion Deeds
Deadly Director’s Cut (Catskill Summer Resort #2) by Vicki Delany
A Fine Madness by Alan Judd
Flowers for the Sea by Zin E. Rocklyn (audio)
Goodbye Again (Wyndham Beach #2) by Mariah Stewart
Homicide and Halo-Halo (Tita Rosie’s Kitchen Mystery #2) by Mia P. Manansala
A Lullaby for Witches by Hester Fox
Marion Lane and the Deadly Rose (Marion Lane #2) by T.A. Willberg
Ogres by Adrian Tchaikovsky
The Overnight Guest by Heather Gudenkauf
State of Terror by Hillary Rodham Clinton and Louise Penny

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
Fan Fiction by Brent Spiner
Paladin’s Hope (Saint of Steel #3) by T. Kingfisher
Tricky by Josh Stallings

Borrowed from the Library:
Star Wars: Light of the Jedi (The High Republic #1) by Charles Soule

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7 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (466)

    1. Admittedly, I get ebooks and eARCs so my shelves don’t actually topple, otherwise the first floor would have crashed into the basement long ago.
      A real tip, though, if you’re not acquainted with Nancy Pearl’s 50-page rule, it’s definitely your friend. You only have to read 50 pages of any book. If it’s not grabbing you after 50, it’s not gonna and you can be done. If you are over 50 years old subtract one page for every year over 50. When you get to be 100 you CAN judge a book by its cover. Life’s just too short to read books that aren’t working for you.
      In the end, I read to completion about half of what I get. That end may or may not be several years after date of publication.
      Hope that helps!
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  1. Wow, you got a lot of great books here. I will be heading over to NG to see which ones are available for me to request. Enjoy them all, Marlene.

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