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Stacking the Shelves (41)




Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature hosted by Tynga's Reviews.

Well, I really shouldn't have received any new books this week but I saw two books on NetGalley that I had to read.  I need to slow it down on the review books but it's so hard to say no!  I also need to start saying no to any nook deals.  I can't resist books that are only $1.99!

From NetGalley:




What books did you get this week?

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  1. I can't resist $1.99 books either! I LOVED THE SALES on Kindle/Nook last weekend.

    great haul!
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    1. I bought several books last week when B&N had their nook books sale! I couldn't help myself. :)

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  2. Wow, some interesting picks. I've read some of Jeanne Kalogridis' work, and I have a book or two from Chris Bohjalian on my shelf, so here's hoping your new reads are good reads.

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    1. I haven't read anything by Bohjalian but this one sounds so interesting!

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  3. I've never heard of any of these books! I like the look of the last one though, because the author has the same first name as my middle name! :D

    Hope you enjoy all of your books!

    Check out my STS post!

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    1. That's cool! I think it has such a pretty cover!

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