Stacking the Shelves (480)

Looking at this list made me check to see what’s the furthest out book on my calendar. And it’s The Last Dreamwalker, which won’t be published until late September. And yet, it’s done and I have an eARC. Who knows what the world will be like in September? So far, very little in the last couple of years has gone as planned, so why would this coming year be any different? But still, that’s three whole seasons from now, which is INSANE!

For Review:
The Bladed Faith (Vagrant Gods #1) by David Dalglish
The City Inside by Samit Basu
From Below by Darcy Coates
Hearts of Briarwall by Krista Jensen
Island Time by Georgia Clark
It Could Be Anyone by Jaime Lynn Hendricks
The Last Dreamwalker by Rita Woods
Love & Other Disasters by Anita Kelly
Madwoman: Nellie Bly by Louisa Treger
A Mirror Mended (Fractured Fables #2) by Alix E. Harrow
Remember Love (Ravenswood #1) by Mary Balogh
The Ruins by Phoebe Wynne
Summer at the Cape by RaeAnne Thayne
Three Miles Down by Harry Turtledove
The Wolf Den (Wolf Den #1) by Elodie Harper

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  1. It does seem mad how far out some of these releases are doesn’t it? My longest ARC is one that’s due to be published in August. I’m not intending to read it anytime soon. 😃

  2. Love and Other Disasters is on my TBR as well. I was reading about George in your other post, silly cat! That does sound like an exciting time! I’m hoping to maybe get on an ALA committee for YA books, but for now I’m just going to try to get on the state school librarian committee to read books for our state award. Have a great week!
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    1. Love & Other Disasters came up in the committee meeting as a book we might want to consider this year that starts as soon as the awards are announced tonight. I don’t know how ALA’s YA committees go, but there have been plenty of years when one of the big adult reading committees has had a difficult time getting people because it’s SO MANY books to read! It does kind of take over your life. But it’s grand so I hope you get the gig sometime.
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