Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature/bookish meme hosted by Tynga on her blog, Tynga's Reviews, although I'm guilty of not posting every week! You know how life gets in the way, right?
The meme is all about sharing the books that you have added to your shelves and e-readers. This means that you can include any physical books that you buy in stores or online, but you can also include all of those e-books and eARCs for your digital reading device.
For more information on Stacking the Shelves, feel free to visit its official launch page on Tynga's Reviews.
Okay... so I'm pretty much the worst person at keeping promises (at least for blogging), but posting another Stacking the Shelves within a reasonable amount of time is one that I really intended to keep. And guess what! I did it. My last Stacking the Shelves post was in late September so this one totally counts as being within a few weeks!
Anyway... let's get to the books that I've added to my shelves in the past few weeks.
ARCs from Publishers
Josh Sundquist's Love and First Sight actually was on my table when I got home from work today. It was a nice surprise that I wasn't expecting. Be sure to check back soon for a review.
I actually won a copy of Margaret Atwood's Hag-Seed, and it arrived the day before it published. I haven't had a chance to read it yet, but I've enjoyed the Atwood books I've read in the past, so I'm sure I'll get to this soon.
Finished Copies from Publishers
A few different finished copies arrived during the past few weeks, and I'm hoping to read and review all of them within the next few weeks. I'm most looking forward to reading Transcendent by Katelyn Detweiler because I really enjoyed her debut novel.
Okay... I literally drained my bank account so that I could have a copy of this book, and it was so worth it. I read the illustrated edition of Sorcerer's Stone a few months ago, so I might dedicate a few upcoming posts to these gorgeous books.
Have you read any of these books? Have you recently received or bought any of them? Feel free to share in the comments below so we can trade notes on all the books that we've been adding to our shelves!