Saturday, July 4, 2020

Stacking the Shelves #101

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature co-hosted by Tynga's Reviews and Reading Reality. It is a chance to showcase all the goodies you've collected throughout the week, whether they're bought on-line or in-store, an ARC or a final copy, borrowed from a friend or the library, physical or digital, etc.

Prime First Reads
(We get TWO this month!)
Her Final Words by [Brianna Labuskes] White Out: A Thriller (Badlands Thriller Book 1) by [Danielle Girard]

Library Treasures
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Happy Reading!


  1. Bad Feminist is an intriguing book.
    My library finally has curbside pick up but not at any branch near me yet, so I ordered some used books from 1965, the year I am supposed to be reading from for My Big Fat Reading Project.

    Stop the Carnival by Herman Wouk
    The Man With the Golden Gun by Ian Fleming
    The Ambassador by Morris West
    All bestsellers that year.

    1. It is decent so far. I am reading it more slowly than I usually do these types of books and am not sure why. Might just be the start of a rut that I can hopefully snatch myself out of before it becomes too troublesome. Hopefully a branch near you opens for curbside soon! How many libraries are in LA's system?

  2. Only TWO for me this week. Both Fiction:

    The Midnight Watch by David Dyer
    The Photographer of the Lost by Caroline Scott

    1. BTW - The Midnight Watch is a fictionalised account of the events leading up to 'Titanic' sinking from the PoV of the crew of the 'Californian'. Just couldn't resist *that*!

    2. You just HAD to go there, didn't you?! I hear Titanic and BOOM! I'm a sobbing 15 year old once again who must read any and every book, fiction or non! :P lol

    3. Well, I just didn't want you missing out..... [grin] BTW - I created a 'Titanic' tag on the right side of my Blog because of some upcoming books on her (or featuring her). You'll have already read most of them no doubt so it'll be safe checking it out.

    4. I can never say no to a book about/involving Titanic, you know me so well! I will take a look and see what you've got that I am missing! :)

  3. I'm eager to see what you think of WHITE OUT!

    1. I am starting it tonight after I finish making the rounds. Have you read it yet?


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