Stacking the Shelves (509)

This batch looks more interesting than it does pretty, but that happens some weeks. I’ve already listened to the Star Trek: Picard audio because I really needed to go to my happy place this week. I’m planning to read To Each This World for a Library Journal review. Silver Under Nightfall looks fascinating, so that may move up the towering TBR pile in the near future.

Tho’ I still need a bigger “Round Tuit”, don’t I?

For Review:
Blood and Moonlight by Erin Beaty
The Couple at Number 9 by Claire Douglas
The Family Compound by Liz Parker
Gallows Hill by Darcy Coates
The Half Life of Valery K by Natasha Pulley
The House in the Orchard by Elizabeth Brooks
The Marriage Portrait by Maggie O’Farrell
Moth by Melody Razak
Now in November by Josephine W. Johnson
One of the Girls by Lucy Clarke
Sign Here by Claudia Lux
Silver Under Nightfall by Rin Chupeco
Sophie Go’s Lonely Hearts Club by Roselle Lim
They Drown Our Daughters by Katrina Monroe
To Each This World by Julie E. Czerneda
The Wild Hunt by Emma Seckel
Wild is the Witch by Rachel Griffin
The Witch in the Well by Camilla Bruce
The Work Wife by Alison B. Hart

Purchased from Amazon/Audible:
Star Trek: Picard: No Man’s Land written by Kirsten Beyer, Mike Johnson, performed by Michelle Hurd, Jeri Ryan and a full cast (audio)


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15 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (509)

  1. So many interesting titles – took myself off to NetGalley to see if I could snag a couple but they’re all closed or past publication – so did you just get these? Do you have a source other than NetGalley? Regardless, it’s a great collection – Witch in the Well and The Marriage Portrait are of particular interest so will be watching for them.
    Terrie @ Bookshelf Journeys recently posted..Stacking the Shelves #11, Sunday Post & Sunday Salon #11My Profile

    1. I get more stuff from Edelweiss than I do Netgalley, and they do have some publishers where the book stays open for the month of publication and not just until the day of.
      BUUUUT, I also have a couple of secrets. My stacks are huge, but I cap them at 20 and move any books more than 20 to the next week. I’m currently running three weeks ahead. Also, I request many as part of the “Overachievers’ Book Club”, which is actually an American Library Association committee that judges books in particular categories. The publishers do know which books we’re looking at and will either hold the widget open for us or re-open it for us so we can all get copies.
      Marlene Harris recently posted..Stacking the Shelves (509)My Profile

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