Stacking The Shelves is hosted at Tynga’s Reviews and is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!
I was actually behaving and getting pretty good at not requesting new titles, but then I started thinking it had been a while since I last read a Bookouture title, went browsing and saw this sequel of a series I enjoyed the first book of, so of course I had to request a copy. xD Looking forward to read it though!
Also, after being blown away by The Weight Of Lies in 2017, I couldn’t NOT add Emily Carpenter’s newest read when I saw it was a Read Now on Netgalley. And how can I resist a new Amy Harmon as a Read Now on Netgalley?! I have loved everything I’ve read of her so far, so wanting to read her newest title is a no-brainer.
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I had a lot of fun with the previous Beat The Backlist challenges, so of course I signed up again. This challenge is hosted by Novelknight and in 2019 will be all about reading once more… No extra complications or extra points for reviews, just getting those backlist titles read and earning brownie points for that. This challenge is all about reading all those poor neglected books on your shelves instead of just new releases. We all love our new releases, but those older books deserve our attention too right? 😉 Books have to be published before 2019 to count, and you can set your own goals as you see fit.
I’ve decided to set my goal at a total of 80 books published before 2019, with at least 30 of them published 2016 or before.
Aaaaand I’m on team RAVENCLAW this year!!
On to the official update post part… Where I will share the books I’ve read that fit the challenge. Books that fit in with my personal challenge are either orange for books published in 2018 or 2017 or green for books published before that.
>>> Last updated March 9th 2019 <<<