Stacking the Shelves is a weekly bookish meme hosted by Tynga at Tynga's Reviews. The meme is all about sharing the books you've added to your shelves throughout the week with your readers. The books you're adding to your shelves can be either physical books or digital books for your e-reader. It is normally posted by Tynga on Saturdays, but I've noticed that other bloggers are posting it on other days of the week.
That's good news for me because I already have a Saturday meme and I don't like to post too many things on one day, although sometimes I will have two or three posts a day. It all depends on what I've got going on.
Because of this, I like to post my Stacking the Shelves posts whenever I get the chance (or whenever I buy books). My Stacking the Shelves posts are also sporadic because I try not to buy books until I've finished quite a few.
- The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler - Simon sent this to me after a very enthusiastic request, and I am so so so so so excited to read and review it. *
- Hit by Delilah S. Dawson - Simon also sent an ARC of this to me for review. It's definitely different than what I'm used to reading, but I'm going to give it a try. *
- The Winner's Curse by Marie Rutkoski - I ordered this from Book Outlet, and because I had a coupon, I only had to pay for shipping.
- The DUFF by Kody Keplinger - So a while ago, someone told me to read this, but I was kind of offended because I was the DUFF pretty much all through high school. I decided to give it a chance, so I picked it up at Target.
- Falling from the Sky by Nikki Godwin - I took advantage of this when it was free on the Kindle store. It's an LGBTQ book, and I haven't read very many of those, even though I want to. I'll probably review it once I read it.
- The Fierce Reads Anthology - This one was free on the Kindle store, and it has a bunch of original short stories by some YA authors. I'm really looking forward to reading the story by Marissa Meyer.
So what have you all been adding to your shelves this week? As always, feel free to let me know in the comments.