Stacking the Shelves August 30th, 2014

August 30, 2014 Stacking the Shelves 37

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. It is a way for us to share the new books we have collected.  I didn’t get my post up last weekend, so this post will include two weeks worth of books.

Trades from YA Book Exchange:

So it was a good couple of weeks, for the most part, with trades from the YA Book Exchange. There are some awesome traders out there.  And as for any other issues, we’ll not discuss them, as I’ve had a 99.9% great experience with the website.   Very excited about two of the books as they were ones I’d hoped to get when I went to BEA but wasn’t able to.

Free e-books from Amazon:

Quite a few this time! These lists people share are dangerous!  But I guess I’ll never run out of things to read.  As if that was ever going to be a problem.  

99 cent book from Amazon:

And that’s about it for me!  But September will be a big month!  My September is for Sequels Challenge will start this week, and you can go sign up by clicking on the link below. Also, today is the last day to enter my 5 year Blogoversary giveaway, and there are some great prizes, so click on the cupcake button below!

37 Responses to “Stacking the Shelves August 30th, 2014”

  1. Anonymous

    I'm really curious about For Darkness Shows the Stars; I must try and get that soon. It looks like you had a great haul this week. Enjoy!

    My STS.

  2. Alyssa Susanna

    I LOVED For Darkness Shows the Stars – and LOVED EVEN MORE Across A Star-Swept Sea. Seriously. Great choices, Lisa! I hope you enjoy all of your new books!

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Have a fabulous weekend 🙂

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  3. Jessica Jackson

    You got so many great books! I loved Boundless and For Darkness Shows the Stars! I really want to read The Young World, The Girl Who Never Was, and The Blemished! I hope you enjoy your books!

    • Lisa Mandina

      I was just really intrigued for The Young World with the signs they had up at BEA. Glad to know I will have to be patient. Thanks for stopping by and I'll visit your post as well!

  4. Anonymous

    I still haven't read the Cynthia Hand series despite having the entire trilogy. I also really want to read The Girl Who Never Was. It has a great cover.
    Enjoy your lovely books this week! 🙂

    Nick – My Haul

  5. Anonymous

    The Girl Who Never Was, The Young World, and No Safety in Numbers sound really great! I'm definitely going to check them out. I really liked For Darkness Shows the Stars! Thanks for stopping by my corner of the internet:)

    Happy Reading!
    Kal-El @ the BookGeekBeauty

  6. Stacy Renee

    THank you for posting the freebies you found! I love finding good freebies, even if I almost never get the time to read them.
    & Thank you for checking out my STS ! Happy Reading! 🙂

    • Lisa Mandina

      I keep getting too many freebies! I might start a challenge next year called Freebie February so that I can try to get those read! Thanks for returning the visit!

  7. Louise

    For Darkness Shows the Stars has such a pretty cover, I've just added it to my to-read list! Hope you enjoy your books and your week 🙂

  8. Tressa S

    Those are some awesome trades, Lisa! For Darkness Shows the Stars was a favorite read. I'll be reading Boundless for your series challenge. I've had that book since it's release, but I really loved the series and sometimes I hold onto those last books. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

    Tressa @ Wishful Endings

    • Lisa Mandina

      That happens to me sometimes too with the books that I buy as they're released, but I don't get to them right away. Thanks for visiting, and I'm so glad you're participating in my challenge!

    • Lisa Mandina

      I have had one or two issues, but I don't feel like one was the person's fault. I had several packages that didn't make it to my house about the same time, so I'm guessing what they sent me disappeared into that same place. Thanks for stopping by!

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