Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga's Reviews and was inspired by The Story Siren's In My Mailbox posts.
So I got a bunch of Christmas money early and I spent the majority of it on books, naturally! What's a booklover to do, right?!?
Going Vintage by Lindsey Leavitt
*I absolutely adore this cover and I can't wait to dig into this story about a girl who ditches technology while trying to get over a heartbreak!*
From Ashes by Molly McAdams
*I read Molly McAdams debut a little while back and it pulled me right out of a reading slump, so when I saw this was coming out, I knew it was a must read for me. Sounds SO good.*
Hooked by Liz Fichera (ARC, Signed!)
*Read and loved! Review to come soon. Girls playing on boys sports teams is my new favorite subgenre!*
My Own Worst Frenemy by Kimberly Reid (Signed!)
*It's a prep school series, which I love, and the author said she was inspired by Veronica Mars! Double love!*
Creeping with the Enemy by Kimberly Reid (Signed!)
Moonglass by Jessi Kirby
*I have already read this book, but I wanted the pretty paperback. Such a good read. Jessi Kirby can do no wrong by me!*
Touched by Corrine Jackson
*This one sounds really unique and cool. I just couldn't resist picking up a copy.*
Gravity by Melissa West
*I have been dying to get my hands on this since I first started hearing about it months ago. So excited to finally have it.*
The Ghost and the Goth by Stacey Kade
Queen of the Dead by Stacey Kade
*I recently got an ARC of The Rules by Stacey Kade, so that prompted me to look into her first series and I saw so many wonderful things about it.*
Swoon at Your Own Risk by Sydney Salter
*I've thought about picking this one up once or twice, but when I found it on a bargain shelf and it was signed, I knew I couldn't pass it up!*
The Golden Lily by Richelle Mead
*I know, I know...how could I have possibly waited this long to pick up this book? To be completely honest, there are so many books that I have to read and I don't seem to find much time to read those that are purely for fun, sometimes. Sad puppy. But I have it now, so yay!*
Undead by Kirsty McKay
*This one sounds absolutely hilarious...and ZOMBIES!!!*
The Other Side of the Island by Allegra Goodman
*This was another bargain steal and it sounded interesting, so I figured I'd add it to my shelves.*
Love, Actually Blu-ray
*I love this movie SO much, especially at this time of year. I just had to have it :0)
Awesome wooden letters of my initials!
*Huge thanks to Liz Fichera, Kimberly Reid, the awesome authors @ Sleuths, Lies and Alibis, Bloomsbury, William Morrow and my family!*
Nice haul! Don't blame you at all for spending your Christmas money on books. What else are you going to spend it on? *L*ReplyDelete
Love, Actually is one of my favorite movies too! Enjoy all your new goodies!
Alexia's Books and Such...
Ooh... I got GOing Vintage too! I like quirky feel good reads, I plan to read it back to back with Meg Cabot. Happy weekend Sarah!ReplyDelete
Wow! Look at all your books! I still haven't seen Love Actually. Have a good weekend and happy reading!:)ReplyDelete
So many great books! I really want to read Going Vintage, it sounds like an interesting story.ReplyDelete
I haven't watched Love Actually in forever but it really is such a great movie.
I'm reading Undead right now and it's so good! I had to put it down for other obligations I can't wait to pick it up again!ReplyDelete
Oh wow, you got a lot of books this week! :) I recently requested Going Vintage from NetGalley, so we'll have to see if I get approved. I really liked the Ghost and Goth books by Stacey Kade—they were really lighthearted and funny.ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
My Weekly Wrap Up
Invincible Summer was a great read! And I can't wait to read Moonglass either, it's on my kindle waiting. I hope you enjoy Going Vintage. It sounds like it'll be a really cute read. And who doesn't love Love Actually, haha?ReplyDelete
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