"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.