Stacking the Shelves – October 3, 2015

So we are one day out from China! Tomorrow will be spent at airports and on planes, so I am glad I got some great reads this week. I also sucked it up and bought a Kindle so I don’t have to lug books or try to read them on my Kindle app on my phone. I am already in love with it. So easy to tote around. So just a head’s up all my posts between tomorrow and the 14th will be scheduled posts so I can’t respond to comments. I hope you all have an amazing week! So check out what I added to my collection below then go check out the rest of Stacking the Shelves.

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From Amazon

 

 

 Menagerie by Rachel Vincent – So I couldn’t help myself. Amazon delivered this about seven p.m. on Tuesday night and I was finished with it by the time I went to bed Wednesday. Sooo good. Keep an eye out for my review later this week.

 

 

 

 

 

From Chapter by Chapter Tours

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Claire Daly: Reluctant Soul Saver by Michele BrouderI generally don’t do tours unless the book really appeals to me. I loved the synopsis of this one so I hope the book matches the blurb. My tour stop date is November 13th.

 

 

 

 

 

From NetGalley

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Love You Better by Natalie Martin – I enjoyed Natalie’s first book Together Apart and she was one of our Author Tuesday participants. So I hope this one is just as good.

 

 

 

 

 

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The Light of Hidden Flowers by Jennifer Handford and Fishing with RayAnne by Ava Finch – These were a titles I ‘wished” for over a month ago and I logged in to find I had been granted them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

From Edelweiss

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Fake Missed Connections by Brett Fletcher Lauer – “Eventually, as he starts to peruse online dating profiles, he becomes obsessed with “missed connections” precisely because they provide what online dating doesn’t: a story.
He begins writing phony missed connections to post on Craigslist and, though he feels a stab of guilt when he posts them, he is hopelessly intrigued by the responses he receives.” – Um yes please.

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for the Trouble by Tommy Wallach – I love YA novels from the male perspective, and they are rare. So I was happy to find this one.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Burning Down the House: A Novel by Jane Mendelsohn – The synopsis of this one sounds as it’s in the same vein as The Color of Our Sky which I found incredible. So here’s hoping this one is as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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