Stacking the Shelves – July 20th, 2015

Posted July 20, 2015 by Lisa Mandina in Stacking the Shelves / 26 Comments

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews.
 It is a way for us to share the new books we have collected.  Once again I’ve had a busy couple of weekends, so this will be a compilation of the last two weeks.  Plus, I’m a day later than I usually like to post this, but Sunday was just pretty busy for me.  I’ve got a lot to share this week.  And I’ve really gotten into the #booksfortrade on Twitter.  Trying to get more involved on the web site as well as the group on Goodreads.  

Physical books:

The first 5 were all through the Books for Trade.  Lois Land: Fallout I had to buy, just had to have it!  The Write Stuff and Innocence are books I also bought.  The first one for some good writing prompts, one that already turned into a great scene for my story for this Novembers NaNoWriMo.  I have already read the Dean Koontz, but when I saw it in our bargain books, a hardcover for $5.98, and I didn’t have it on my shelf at home, I had to purchase it.  The last book was a surprise ARC from the publisher.  

 The first three above are for reviews, the others are all free or cheap ebooks. 

I also was bad and just stopped by the library and picked up some sequels I need to read.

I got the egalley of the book after Sanctum, so I had to read that. And then I never got an egalley for Unleashed, but when I saw it at the library I just grabbed it.  
So, what did you add to your shelves this week?
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26 responses to “Stacking the Shelves – July 20th, 2015

    • Yeah, after I finished last year, I kind of got excited to try again this year. My story is a YA, kind of science fiction, about teens at a science summer camp that find some interesting things in their project.

  1. Loved all your additions! Quite a few are on my tbr, but I have read Champion (really liked), Obsidian (liked, but the second book made me not want to read the rest of the series), and 15 Minutes (not what I was expecting, but edge-of-your-seat kind of book and good). I need to read Unleashed too. Thanks for stopping by and have a great book!

    Tressa @ Wishful Endings

    • I can't imagine not liking a JLA book the way I've read them so far. But will have to see! Glad to hear 15 Minutes was a good read. Thanks for returning the stop!

  2. Unleashed and also Queen of Someday are some books I wish I had as well! I have read Obsidian and I found it to be a pretty good book as my first one by JLA, but I was still hoping for something more. I am going to try the sequel though!

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