Welcome to this week’s Stacking the Shelves!
This is a meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews to share books we have acquired in the past week.
We haven’t made a Stacking the Shelves meme post since 2015! I decided to try to revive some of the memes. Although I can’t promise we will post them every week, we’re going to try to participate more.
What made me think of Stacking the Shelves today was the library book sale we went to. Misty and I made a good haul and supported the Friends of the Library at the same time. I bought some of these and Misty bought me some too. My husband groaned about the additional books, but we had fun!
This is what I got today:
Ellery Adams: A Deadly Cliche (cozy mystery)
G.A. Aiken: About a Dragon (paranormal romance)
Jefferson Bass: The Bone Yard (mystery)
Carolyn Crane: Mind Games (urban fantasy)
Bailey Cates: Magic and Macaroons (paranormal cozy mystery)
James Dasher: The Maze Runner (young adult)
Cynthia Eden: Never Cry Wolf (paranormal romance)
Jennie Bentley: Fatal Fixer-Upper (cozy mystery)
Simon R. Green: Ghost of a Smile (urban fantasy)
Emma Holly: Prince of Ice (paranormal romance)
Linda Howard: Blood Born (paranormal romance)
Alexandra Ivy: Darkness Unleashed (paranormal romance)
Caitlin Kittredge: Dark Days (urban fantasy)
Christopher Paolini: Brisingr (young adult)
Caris Roane: Obsidian Flame (paranormal romance)
Jory Strong: Spider Touched (paranormal romance)
Lynsay Sands: The Lady is a Vamp; Vampires are Forever (paranormal romance)
Kerrelyn Sparks: Vampire Mine (paranormal romance)
Shiloh Walker: Heart and Soul (paranormal romance)
I also got a few books that I couldn’t get images for on Amazon, so they aren’t shown below. They are: Lucan by Susan Kearney and When Good Wishes Go Bad by Mindy Klasky. My daughter got a book too, which I will probably read. It’s Four by Veronica Roth. We were excited to find this, because no book stores here sell it by itself. Every time we have seen it, it has been part of a box set we didn’t need because we already had the other books.
All of the images link to Amazon so you can learn more about the books if you are interested.
I’d love to hear from you in the comments! Have you read any of these books?