Stacking the Shelves (490)

There are a couple of books that I really want to highlight this time around. The first is Adamant Spirits, a charity anthology to benefit Ukraine. The cause is marvelous, the cover is gorgeous, and this is a great way to give a bit and get a collection of wonderful stories in return.

Second, Anna Hackett’s latest book in her Norcross Security series came in this week – and it’s terrific. It is also terrific of Anna to sponsor a giveaway of the winner’s choice of The Medic or The Detective in this week’s Blogo-Birthday Giveaway Celebration. Details on Wednesday with the review, but I wanted to take this opportunity to give Anna an extra shout-out. If you’re looking for pulse-pounding romantic suspense her stories can’t be beat.

For Review:
Always Be My Duchess (Taming of the Dukes #1)  by Amalie Howard
The Appeal by Janice Hallett
As Seen on TV by Meredith Schorr
Blame It on the Brontës by Annie Sereno
Chloe Cates is Missing by Mandy McHugh
Devil House by John Darnielle
Fake by Erica Katz
Find Me by Alafair Burke
Groupies by Sarah Priscus
Hester by Laurie Lico Albanese
The Immortal King Rao by Vauhini Vara
In the Face of the Sun by Denny S. Bryce
Insomnia by Sarah Pinborough
The Lying Club by Annie Ward (REVIEW!)
Maggie Moves On by Lucy Score
The Medic (Norcross Security #8) by Anna Hackett
My Government Means to Kill Me by Rasheed Newson
On a Night of a Thousand Stars by Andrea Yaryura Clark
The Pallbearers Club by Paul Tremblay
The Paris Apartment by Lucy Foley
The Quarry Girls by Jess Lourey
Reckless Girls by Rachel Hawkins
The Stand-In by Lily Chu
Survivor’s Guilt (Erin McCabe #2) by Robyn Gigl
Widowland by C.J. Carey
The Women Could Fly by Megan Giddings
The World Cannot Give by Tara Isabella Burton
Yerba Buena by Nina LaCour

Purchased from Amazon:
Adamant Spirits: A 2022 Charity Anthology of Romantic Urban Fantasy, Science Fiction & Paranormal Romance For Ukraine by Eva Chase, Honey Phillips, Anna Carven, Tana Stone, Michele Mills, G.K. De Rosa, Ella Blake, Hattie Jacks, T.K. Eldridge, May Sage, Veronica Scott, Maggie Alabaster, Elle Beaumont, Katherine Bennet, Alexi Blake, Claudia Blood, Jessica M. Butler, Demelza Carlton, Kel Carpenter, Alora Carter, Debbie Cassidy, Leslie Chase, Sarah M. Cradit, Tameri Etherton, Sara Fields, Grace Goodwin, Miranda Honfleur, Aurelia Jane, Alana Khan, Lea Kirk, Lisa Kumar, K.N. Lee, Jen Lynning, Ashley McLeo, Chloe Parker, Vee R. Paxton, Candace Robinson, Rebecca Rode, Julia Vee, Maria Vermisoglou, Jade Waltz, Jenni Ward, Jessica Wayne, Calla Zae


If you want to find out more about Stacking The Shelves, please visit the official launch page


12 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (490)

    1. In the long term, or the long tail, I read about half. For the past several years I have been on one or another book committee for the American Library Association that results in my picking up a bunch of things I that don’t know whether I’ll have to read them until after they’re published and can’t get eARCs. It is not permissible to identify which those are/were until after the committee’s year has ended and the awards have been announced. But they’re all so shiny and I want to read them all!
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  1. On this night of a thousand starts immediately reminds me of the song from EVITA. Any connection?

    I am interested in the new Sarah Pinborough. Her work is always good!

    Happy Blogoversary!! Will try my best to remember to pop in tomorrow.

    Lots of Love,

    Elza Reads

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