Stacking The Shelves #78

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Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you’re adding to your shelves, be it buying or borrowing. From ‘real’ books you’ve purchased, a book you’ve borrowed, a book you’ve been given or an e-book they can all be shared!

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I’ve got a bigger haul than the past few weeks. Blame pay day and my lack of restraint!

Bought:

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Fixing DelilahSarah Ockler– I loved Twenty Boy Summer and I’m hoping to read #scandal very soon. I’ve enjoyed Sarah Ockler’s writing, so I decided to pick this book up. It sounds intriguing.

Me and Earl and the Dying GirlJesse Andrews– I’ve heard so much about this book. I can’t wait to get to it!

RumpLiesl Shurtliff– This is a retelling of Rumpelstiltskin, it sounds amazing!

The Secret Hum of A DaisyTracy Holczer– I think that this is going to be a powerful, emotional read about family.

The Snow QueenAlana Albertson– This is a dance based novella which I can’t wait to read.

On The Fence- Kasie WestI adore Kasie West’s writing and this book looks like a perfect summer read.

NetGalley:

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I’ve seen this book titled as Big Little Lies and Little Lies. Whatever it is, I’m looking forward to reading it after enjoying Liane Moriarty’s book The Husband’s Secret.

Received from author:

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Thank you so much to Becky for sending me a copy of this book!

Ninja Book Swap:

I received a lovely parcel from Jen at Dark Readers with this book inside, a journal and a beautiful bookmark.

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If you want to learn more about the Ninja Book Swap check out this blog HERE

What have you added to your shelves this week? Please feel free to leave a link to your hauls!

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46 thoughts on “Stacking The Shelves #78

  1. An amazing collection you’ve got there. Looking forward to your thoughts on Me and Earl and the Dying Girl – I’ve always wondered if I should buy it or not.

  2. I’ve been contemplating Me and Earl and the Dying Girl for a while, and it is being made into a movie as well so there’s that. Have fun reading!

  3. On the Fence was soooooo good! I hope you love it! I’m pretty sure I have a print copy of Fixing Delilah around here somewhere that I’ve yet to read… I think it’s lost in the second row on my bookshelf.

    I hope you enjoy all these!

    My StS!

  4. I just binge read Twenty Boy Summer, Bittersweet, and The Book of Broken Hearts because I went to her signings. I still have Fixing Delilah and #Scandal to read next. I LOVED On The Fence! SO cute! I just love best friend romances. Enjoy! Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Nice haul! I love the cover on The Snow Queen and the story looks interesting also. I loved Everyday and hope you enjoy it too 🙂

    Thanks so much for visiting my blog.

    Have a great week and happy reading 🙂

  6. I seen Me, Early and the Dying Girl around a few months ago, that cover is a real contrast to the morbid title. But it sounds really brilliant, I love how it uses comedy in what is probably the darkest point in the characters lives. I’ve got a copy of On The Fence too that I’m starting soon, I haven’t read any of her other releases, so looking forward to getting stuck into it. Enjoy your lovely new reads and thanks for sharing.

  7. Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl sounds really interesting – the title is pretty funny in a morbid sort of way. And don’t worry – I have zero restraint when it’s payday too 😉 Give me two weeks and I’ll be clenching at my wallet again, lol

  8. I really want to read Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, probably mostly because it rhymes. It also sounds like a fun read. BUT IT RHYMES TOO.

  9. I’ve seen so many good things about On The Fence, so I hope you enjoy it. Rump looks great as well – retellings are awesome!

  10. Great haul! I recently read On the Fence and really loved it, West never disappoints. I really want to read Me, Earl and the Dying Girl because I have heard so many amazing things. I hope you enjoy your reads this week 🙂 Here’s my STS.

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