Stacking The Shelves #102 – December 7th

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!

Soooo… What has been the ARC damage since my last STS post over a month ago? First up is The Missing Letters Of Mrs Bright, a title I just couldn’t resist after reading a blurb and seeing it being compared to A Man Called Ove and Eleanor Oliphant. I also couldn’t resist requesting Claire Allan’s newest as I really like her books… I wasn’t expecting to be approved to be honest, but I’m not complaining I now have a copy on my kindle. 😉 Afterwards, I was invited to read The Rules Of Murder, and as I loved my first encounter with Dani Stephens I just couldn’t say no…

Of course I had to click that Read Now button as soon as I saw Bitter Falls; how could I not add the newest installment of one of my favorite serial killer thrillers?! ❤ Afterwards, I was invited to read Mandy Robotham’s newest WWII historical fiction story, and I just couldn’t resist saying yes even though I’m already way in over my head with ARCs… And how could I resist requesting the first book of Robert Bryndza’s newest series?! Erika Foster is one of my absolute favorite detective leads, so I can’t wait to see how I’ll react to Kate Marshall. Afterwards, I promised myself to stop requesting ARCs for a while, but of course the moment I do so Amy Harmon’s newest title becomes available, and there is just no way on earth I’m going to resist one of my top most anticipated 2020 releases. I literally squeeled when I saw it was up on Netgalley!! ❤

I also entered the Masa Crítica Argentina program through Babelio again and was granted a physical ARC of Rocco Hachasedienta! I love the Vikings TV show and any story about vikings really, and I really enjoyed this story as well… I’m definitely grateful for this program, as it’s basically the only way for me to ever receive a physical ARC.

And I just couldn’t resist the temptation and signed up for the January 2020 blog tours of two of my Orenda most-anticipated 2020 titles… After Breakers and Exquisite, my expectations are definitely high for both books! I can’t wait to read them. ❤ I also couldn’t resist signing up for a third blog tour as the blurb just sounded too good and I don’t read nearly enough YA thrillers in the first place.

TOTAL ARC damage: 11 new titles in total, with 2 titles already read and reviewed and 8 out of 9 remaining titles due either December or January. Whoops?! xD

# NETGALLEY #

# BABELIO MASA CRÍTICA ARGENTINA #

# BLOG TOURS #

Click on the summaries below to go to the Goodreads page…

I hope everyone is having a great weekend! ❤


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8 thoughts on “Stacking The Shelves #102 – December 7th

  1. I will definitely get the Orenda at some point. This week I got Black Summer by M.W. Craven and devoured it! I also opened packages waiting for me at home, including Saturdays at Noon, The House on the Lake by Ellwood, The Final Trial by A.A. Abbott, and When We Get to the Island by Nye!

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    • I actually signed up for the Orenda blog tours to make sure I read them, because it’s so hard to find time otherwise… xD I can’t wait to read Black Summer now! The Puppet Show is one of my 2019 favorites, and I might just add the sequel to that list if I can read it in time. 😉 Sounds like you had lovely book post! xx

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