Stacking the Shelves – August 4th, 2013

Posted August 4, 2013 by Lisa Mandina in Stacking the Shelves / 24 Comments

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.  It is a way for us to share the new books we have collected. Kind of a slow week, but that’s okay, it means less money spent!  In fact, no money spent!  On books anyway.  

E-galleys from Netgalley:

First is Witch Hunt by Tabitha Morrow, which sounds like a really good book about the Salem witches.  Second is the 3rd book in the Alone series by James Phelan, Quarantine.  Now I haven’t read the 2nd book in the series yet, so I’ll be looking to find that from my library I hope.  The third book is another 3rd in a series, it is Storm (Swipe #3).  However I have read the other two and actually posted this one as a Waiting on Wednesday post one week I think.

Free e-book from Amazon:

I saw this as a free e-book, so I went ahead and ordered it for my Kindle app that I have on my Nook.  I love True Blood, or I did when it first started.  It’s gotten kind of silly now, and strayed too far from the books in my opinion, but for free, this should be a fun book!
So nothing to stack on an actual shelf this week, but still 4 pretty good books I’d say!  How about you, what did you add to your shelves this past week?

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24 responses to “Stacking the Shelves – August 4th, 2013

    • I seem to find a witch book every once in awhile. That's kind of a nice way to read them, so I don't get tired or bored with them, like I do with some of the other types that are so common. Thanks for commenting!

    • Hmm, I love the books, and I like the show, but after the 2nd season, the tv show really got far away from the books. Still good in its own way, just not the same. But I do love the books too! Thanks for stopping by!

    • The funny thing about that one is that I just replied to another commenter that I didn't end up getting the e-galley because it was archived on Netgalley. So I put that in my "review" on Netgalley about not getting a chance to read it, and the publisher emailed and said they'd send me a copy of the e-galley, so that was cool!

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