Stacking the Shelves (560)

Because I seem to be in the midst of an epic, multi-week book flail, I’m particularly susceptible to any book that looks shiny and interesting and different from the literally hundred that are already on the virtually towering TBR pile. Which quite possibly explains why I bought a copy of Heather Graham’s Secrets in the Dark. I liked the first book in the Blackbird Trilogy, Whispers at Dusk, more than enough to want to complete the set but wasn’t able to get an eARC for the middle book (HORRORS!) and suddenly didn’t have the patience to wait for my library hold to come in. That probably also explains The Book Club Hotel, because the idea of a vacation purely for the purpose of discussing books with like-minded friends sounds terribly appealing! As, come to think of it, does that pretty winter scene depicted on the cover – at least it does NOW, in the midst of this epic heat wave!

For Review:
The Bezzle (Martin Hench #2) by Cory Doctorow
The Book Club Hotel by Sarah Morgan
Cascade Failure (Ambit’s Run #1) by L.M. Sagas
The Christmas Appeal by Janice Hallett
A Duke’s Guide to Romance (Gentlemen Authors #1) by Sophie Barnes
Fall (Detective Harriet Foster #2) by Tracy Clark
A Feast for Starving Stone (Chefs of the Five Gods #2) by Beth Cato
A Fire Born of Exile (Xuya Universe Romances #2) by Aliette de Bodard
Kinauvit? by Norma Dunning (eARC and Audio)
Searching for Savanna by Mona Gable
Starling House by Alix E. Harrow (audio)
There Should Have Been Eight by Nalini Singh
Uncanny Vows (Huntsmen #2) by Laura Anne Gilman

Purchased from Amazon/Audible/Etc.:
Nine Goblins by T. Kingfisher
The Red Scholar’s Wake (Xuya Universe Romances #1) by Aliette de Bodard
Secrets in the Dark (Blackbird Trilogy #2) by Heather Graham (REVIEW!!!)
The Starfish Sisters by Barbara O’Neal

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11 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (560)

  1. That’s a lot of reading for sure but I totally get it. It’s just fun to keep adding to the pile. I hope you enjoy the ones you get to!

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