Stacking the Shelves #36

Stacking the Shelves is hosted by Tynga’s Reviews. It’s a chance to show what books you’ve added to your library in the past 7 days. These can be bought books, borrowed, review copies, any which way they come to you. I’ve linked mine to Goodreads.

It’s been a month!
You might want to pull up a chair because this could take a while. 😉

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HUGE thank you to Ruth Warburton for sending me a signed copy of A Witch Alone, plus signed bookplates for the rest of the trilogy.

A Witch in Winter A Witch In Love A Witch Alone

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Another big thank you to Holly Smale & Harper Collins for inviting me to the Geek Girl Book Party.

DSC_0056Geek Girl by Holly Smale
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For review:

Diary of a Mall Girl by Luisa Plaja
Already read. So much fun! My review will be out on the 15 March 2013.

The mall is the heart of the fifteen-year-old Molly’s suburban town. Most teens hang around with friends there, get their first job there, and experience their first kiss there. And Molly? She actually lives there, in the complex’s residential wing, where she navigates the dramas of teenage life, falling out with her friends and falling for the dark, mysterious boy-next-door.

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Drummer Girl by Bridget Tyler
Thank you @ Templar Publishing, you can find my review here

It was supposed to be the summer of her life. Instead, 17-year-old Lucy finds her best friend Harper shot dead in an LA swimming pool. How did it come to this? Lucy Gosling is the drummer in Crush, a rock band formed by five London schoolgirls that has just won the UK semi-final of an international talent contest. But when the band lands in Hollywood for the big final, things are not quite as they seem. The band’s lead singer, Harper, has just one thing on her mind – using sex, drugs and rock and roll, not to mention Crush itself, to win back her bad-news ex-boyfriend. Lucy must decide whether she’s playing to Harper’s tune, or setting the rhythm for the rest of the band

Skinny by Donna Cooner

Hopeless. Freak. Elephant. Pitiful. These are the words of Skinny, the vicious voice that lives inside fifteen-year-old Ever Davies’s head. Skinny tells Ever all the dark thoughts her classmates have about her. Ever knows she weighs over three hundred pounds, knows she’ll probably never be loved, and Skinny makes sure she never forgets it.

From StorytellersInc:

David by Mary Hoffman
Book Club Book

Michelangelo’s statue, David, is famous around the world. Millions flock to Italy every year to admire the physical perfection of the young man captured within the marble. But the identity of the model has never been known . . . until now.

Netgalley:

Dare You To by Katie McGarry
Thank you @ Harlequin (UK) Limited

Insomnia by J. R. Johansson
Thank you @ Flux Books

Also:

The Torn Wing by Kiki Hamilton

Library:

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The Returners by Gemma Malley

Hidden by Miriam Halahmy

Vicious Little Darlings by Katherine Eeaser

 

I think that’s it but I’m not sure…

31 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves #36

  1. I love the Geek Girl swag! Those glasses are adorable. Nice haul. Good few books to add to my TBR! 🙂

  2. You are so lucky to get Dare You to early. I’m still waiting for it to be available to us bloggers that live in the US. The Ruth Warburton series has awesome covers. Come visit me too.

    Grace

  3. You got so many fantastic books! I’m most especially jealous of Dare You To. I’m dying for that one! I hope you enjoy everything you got this week! Thanks for sharing and happy reading!

    MaryAnn | Chapter by Chapter
    Our STS!

  4. You’ve got some greats books. I like the witch series and I can’t wait to read Geek Girl. It’s swag is so cool and I love the glasses.
    Thanks for topping by My StS

  5. I have Dare You To coming to me soon (hopefully!) I really liked The Faerie Ring, but I haven’t read book 2 yet! I haven’t heard of a lot of these, but the one on the David statue sounds fascinating. Thanks for stopping by my list!

  6. Wow, great haul there. Looks like some fab books for Geek Girl and from Ruth Warburton. Hope you enjoy them! 🙂

  7. Oooh… signed books are awesome 🙂 I have Dare You To as well but I still haven’t picked it up, I’ve heard great things about it though. I hope you enjoy all your books this week 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by my StS !!

  8. I also loved Diary of a Mall Girl and Dare You To is amazing. Even better than Pushing the Limits! Signed books are the best and I love adding them to my shelves. Happy reading! 😀

  9. OMG Dare You To will BLOW YOU AWAY I absolutely loved it, it was SOOOO amazing seriously! And Insomnia looks so creepy right? It releases on my birthday so I’m a bit biased when I say it looks SOOOO FANTASTICALLY AWESOME.

  10. So jealous that you have Dare You To! I loved Pushing the Limits and I cannot wait to read Beth’s story.

    Hope you enjoy all your goodies. Happy reading 🙂

  11. Awesome haul!! That personalized copy looks so pretty 🙂 Congrats!
    Drummer girl sounds like a great read! I’ll have to look into that one…
    And I got Dare You To, Insomnia, and The Torn Wing too, a while back 🙂
    Thanks for stopping by my post this weekend!

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