Stacking the Shelves #47

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.

Last Saturday I unveiled the beginnings of my new hobby, jewellery making:


I had this idea a couple of weeks ago (as something to distract me from my struggles with reading) and after my first attempt of Jewellery inspired by Books received such lovely comments I ordered stock. So far I have posted necklaces inspire by Frostfire & Splintered an am presently working on 3 others.

If you have any book-cover suggestions let me know in the comments. 🙂

For Review:

Fearsome Dreamer by Laure Eve
Thank you @ Hot Key Books

The Waking World by Tom Huddleston
Thank you @ Random House

From StorytellersInc:

Dead Man’s Cove by Lauren St John (Laura Marlin Mysteries #1) (read)
Kidnap in the Caribbean by Lauren St John (Laura Marlin Mysteries #2)
Kentucky Thriller by Lauren St John (Laura Marlin Mysteries #3)
To Be A Cat by Matt Haig (loved it, review out later this month)
The Screaming Staircase by Jonathan Stroud (already reviewed)
More Than This by Patrick Ness (signed copy!)
The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black


Skulk by Rosie Best
Thank you @ ANGRY ROBOT Ltd / Strange Chemistry

All Our Yesterdays by Cristin Terrill
Thank you @ Disney Book Group

The Rule of Thirds by Chantel Guertin (read)
Thank you @ ECW Press

How about you?

33 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves #47

  1. I absolutely love your jewellery. It’s so pretty!

    I hope you enjoy all of your books. I’m currently reading All Our Yesterdays and I really like it! I really want to read The Coldest Girl In ColdTown and More Than This.

  2. Oh, that Forstfire cover is gorgeous! All Our Yesterdays–I hope we both enjoy it:) I’ve heard quite a few mixed thoughts on The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, but I hope you fall into the category of people who absolutely love it and find it brilliant. Have a wonderful weekend!! 🙂

  3. The jewelry is beautiful! I do beading occasionally – I used to a LOT when I was younger and have quite a bit now but don’t make time to do it anymore. 😦 Which is too bad because it’s relaxing!

    As for the books, I can wait to read More Than This and All Our Yesterdays! Great haul!

    Here’s my STS for this week!

    Bree @ Coffee Bean Bookshelf

  4. Ooh, the necklaces are really beautiful! I really love all Mara Dyer series covers and the series otherwise as well! I bet you could do beautiful necklaces inspired by them! 🙂

    Thank you for visiting my blog earlier!

  5. Ooo, your jewelry inspired by books are so pretty. I especially love the one to go along with Splintered. It makes the cover look even more pretty.

    Anyway, happy reading 🙂 And Jewelry making 🙂

  6. The jewellery is so pretty. I wish I knew how to make things like that. Your book haul looks so interesting. I loved All Our Yesterdays, it was one of the best books of the year. I can’t wait to read The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, just waiting for it to arrive in the post. Thanks for visiting my blog and happy reading.

  7. Great haul. I’ve just finished reading The Rule of thirds and I really enjoyed it. Your jewellery is fantastic and I’m looking forward to seeing what else you can make 🙂

  8. Great Haul! I got Splintered myself this week. I love the necklace to book idea! My grandmother has been trying to get me more into her jewelery business. Those pictures are totally inspirational! Some other awesome books you got: Coldest Girl in Coldtown, Skulk, All Out yesterdays and more! Enjoy and Happy Reading!

    *Following your blog*

    Here are my newest additions .

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