Stacking the Shelves (572)

You can tell that winter is coming on by the size – or the lack thereof – of this stack. Not much is published in November, December and even January, so not much shows up on NetGalley and Edelweiss in the months preceding. Except for Spring! books, which have already begun. I always think I’m going to catch up a bit in November and December, at least as far as making a bit of a reduction in the size of the virtually towering TBR pile – but it never happens. So many books, so little time!

For Review:
The Autobiography of Benjamin Sisko by Derek Tyler Attico
Relics of Ruin (Books of the Usurper #2) by Erin M. Evans
Remedial Magic (Course in Magic #1) by Melissa Marr
Rogue Sequence by Zac Topping
What Feasts at Night (Sworn Soldier #2) by T. Kingfisher

Borrowed from the Library:
Making it So by Patrick Stewart

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7 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (572)

  1. I really notice the decline in books particularly in December and I agree I always think I’ll get a few books ahead during this time. But I never seem to do that! Have a great weekend Marlene!
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    1. The same reason for the dearth of new books is the reason we never manage to get ahead over the holidays – there are SO MANY holidays and they all interfere with reading – even it’s in an excellent way. Have a terrific weekend!
      Marlene Harris recently posted..Stacking the Shelves (572)My Profile

  2. I have just got Making it So from the library too. I’m still waiting for Empire of Exiles to be published in the UK but it doesn’t look as if it’s going to be

    1. If you’re referring to Relics of Ruin I wouldn’t be too worried yet about a UK pub date. The US pub date isn’t until end of April next year, so there’s plenty of time. And you can always have the US paperback shipped to you (I used to do that every year the other direction back in the day when Terry Pratchett’s books were published in the UK at least 6 months before the US) There’s always a way! Have a great weekend!
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