Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Stacking the Shelves

I'm hoping to make "Stacking the Shelves" a regular feature here on the blog. This was inspired by Tynga's Reviews, a blog that hosts a weekly link-up. If you're looking for new book ideas, check out their latest link-up to get ideas from a lot of different sources!

"Stacking the Shelves" is all about sharing what I've recently added to my reading pile, both paper books, ebooks, and audiobooks. Here is what is new for me this week:


I was recently awarded a galley of Alan Bradley's upcoming Flavia de Luce Mystery from Edelweiss. I love this series and I'm reading feverishly to catch up so that I can review the entire series before this latest installment is released in January. Look for that review in mid to late December!


I also recently received a galley of Her by Harriet Lane through Shelf Reliance. This book was first published earlier this year, and a new edition is being released early next year. I've started reading, but I'm not far enough into it to give any initial thoughts yet. Look for a review in a couple of weeks.


A library copy of Wallace Stegner's Crossing to Safety is now sitting on my shelf, waiting for me to get to it. I have never read any of Stegner's work, but feel like he is another author I need to experience for myself. Hopefully I can get to it before I have to return it! I'll also post a review of this when I've finished it.


Since I feel like I always need some non-fiction on my list, I recently borrowed 12 Years a Slave by Solomon Northup. This will be the next audiobook I delve into and I hope it's not too intense to listen to while I work.

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