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Stacking The Shelves | March 26, 2016

Stacking the shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews in which we talk about the physical books/e-books/audiobooks we’ve acquired (bought, received for review, borrowed from the library, etc.). Here’s what I’ve acquired in the past week:

Library Borrows

Good news folks! My library fees are paid and so this week I got back to borrowing from my home county’s library! I grabbed some great books including Prudence by Gail Carriger, Front Lines by Michael Grant, Empire of Night by Kelley Armstrong, and Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard. I’m so excited to have been back in the library and to read these!!!

Bought

ANOTHER WEEK IN WHICH I BOUGHT NOTHING!!! YAAAAAAYYYY FOR MORE MONEY IN MY WALLET!!!!

Received

I’m super excited to have nabbed some great books from publishers this week, many of which I’ve been eagerly anticipating. I received Tell The Wind And Fire by Sarah Rees Brennan, A Fierce And Subtle Poison by Samantha Mabry, Static by Eric Laster, Nice Girls Endure by Chris Struyk-Bonn, Remember by Shannon Dermott, The Other Side Of Gravity by Shelley Crane, and Genius: The Game by Leopoldo Gout.

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7 thoughts on “Stacking The Shelves | March 26, 2016”

    1. oh no! does your county/region/area have a library? my county runs all the libraries in the county and has a digital collection of e-books and e-audiobook from all of the libraries in the county. you can also check libraries in neighboring counties/areas and/or close by major cities. the neighboring counties let our county borrow from their libraries and since we’re a suburb of a major city, that city lets us borrow books from its libraries. maybe its the same where you live. it’s worth checking out (pun not intended) 🙂

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