Stacking the Shelves! December Wrap-Up
So, I really didn't hold back this month. All I can say for myself is that it was the holiday season and there were so many sales!
This post also feels a little braggy, but I'm also so excited about the books I've picked up in the last few weeks, so I hope the one counteracts the other. I'm also hoping this becomes a way to make me hold myself accountable. This is honestly probably overkill and if I were a normal human, I'd feel some sort of shame at my addiction. In short, I need to read these books before I get more!
But enough of that. The truth is I don't feel bad at all about the books I can't keep myself from buying (unless I don't read them).
Amazon was great to my TBR list this month. I got a great mix of YA fantasy and contemporary, and even some NA and historical romances with some general fiction thrown in. Here are the ebooks I picked up (last week...):
The Assassin's Blade
A Study In Charlotte
Three Dark Crowns
The Girl From Everywhere
If I Was Your Girl
Why Not Me?
This Savage Song
Rebel Of The Sands
The Paper Princess
Because of Miss Bridgerton
All The Ugly And Wonderful Things
The Last One
The Memory of Light
I cannot tell you about how excited I am about my list of 2017 ARCs. In the next 3-6 months, I'll be reading and reviewing upcoming a slew of NA and YA fantasy and contemporary titles, including:
Dead Little Mean Girl
Follow Me Back
Girl Out Of Water
The Bone Witch
Welcome To The Bookshelf
I also got some gorgeous covers to put on my bookshelves. Also, for Christmas, my husband built me two birch bookshelves (plus another gorgeous-but-affordable bookshelf from Ikea) so that we can remodel the office. It's not all set up yet, but I look forward to going through and organizing all my books. Here's what'll be added to my library:
The Throne of Glass series
The Sun Is Also A Star
A Shadow Bright And Burning
That's it for this month's haul! I'll check back in with a Stacking the Shelves next month and make myself own up to my success and failures! Will I keep myself from buying twelve million books? Stay tuned!
Thank you very much to Tynga's Reviews for hosting this event!