Welcome to Stacking the Shelves. Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga at Tynga’s Reviews. This is where we showcase books we have received or bought during the week.
Kara has been shoulding the STS meme for the last two weeks, so I thought it would be nice to return the favor and actually do my part in running this joint. This be MY space for today!
So, I finally have a new job.
Two days into my new job, I was called for two other jobs that were better. After a bout of crying on the bathroom floor for a few hours, I decided to make it work. I’ll have a much better resume for next year, after fulfilling my contract with my new position, and all I can do is move ahead and know that things happen to us all of the time. Maybe not for a reason, but they do happen, and we have to make the best of it. There is really no use in obsessing over every decision and second guess myself. Also, I just learned on Friday that I will be able to move into my apartment next weekend. That has helped perk me up. I also have a wonderful giveaway happening next month, and Kara and I have something wonderful in store, to boot. We have some exciting things happening, and I am looking forward to the fall season.
Onward to THE BOOKS!
The cat just never seems to move.
13 Treasures by Michelle Harrison – I FINALLY found the first book used!
On the blog this week:
On Monday, Kara hosted a great giveaway for Steel Lily by Megan Curd – YOU STILL HAVE TIME TO ENTER!
On Tuesday, Kara and Lyn feature their top ten favorite Asian-setting books for Top Ten Tuesday.
For Waiting on Wednesday, Kara shared an upcoming fantasy novel while Lyn focused on a steampunk release.
Thursday, Kara reviewed the highly anticipated book, The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon, and awarded 4 stars to the novel.
On Friday, Lyn shared her review for Ice by Sarah Beth Durst and gave it 3 stars.
Links We Love!
Kat once again captures the heart of the reading community with her wonderful and hilarious memes for book bloggers on Cuddlebuggery.
Christina at A Reader of Fiction opens up about a hot topic in the book world – opinions and reviews of books. Her story honestly shocked me, but her discussion post is beautiful.
Wendy from The Midnight Garden features a book-inspired recipe from The Miseducation of Cameron Post.
Lexxie is a wonderful person – if you don’t follow her blog, drop by and check it out! This week, she touches on what she has learned this week about blogging in her Feature and Follow at (Un)Conventional Book Views.
Melanie at YA Midnight Reads discussed Book Hype – a great topic for all book lovers!
Finally, this is an very interesting infograph about the cities featured in books performed by the Florida Atlantic University.
Until next week!