Dec 29, 2012

Stacking the Shelves (Dec 29)

Hello, lovelies!

It's been so long since my last Stacking the Shelves post! First there was NaNoWriMo, then I was busy with my thesis and graduation. I missed the hopping and visiting more than any other aspect of blogging!

I sure I'll forget to add something since it's been that long, but here's what's new on my shelves:

My parents bought me this little cutie for graduation. A tablet was one of my biggest wishes, mostly because reading ebooks on my laptop was becoming tiresome. Now ebooks are a breeze. First apps I installed were, of course, Kindle, Aldiko and Goodreads ;)

A surprise package from Ebury Publishing with four new Black Lace titles (erotica/romance), a little Black Book and a pen. I knew there was one review copy coming my way, so I was more than surprised when I picked up the box in the post office. Thank you!

Wedding Games by Karen S. Smith Goodreads | Amazon
On Demand by Justine Elyot Goodreads | Amazon
Forbidden Fruit by Eden Bradley Goodreads | Amazon
Stocking Fillers (anthology) edited by Lori Perkins Goodreads | Amazon

Ebooks for review: 

Shadow of Time by Jen Minkman (my review will be up during the blog tour-my stop is Jan 26)

Rainbrd by Rabia Gale 
This novella was soooo good! You can read my review here.

Mourning Cloak by Rabia Gale
After reviewing Ranbird, I received an invitation to participate in the blog tour for Mourning Cloak. It is nothing short of EPIC and my review (along with an author interview) will be up on January 24th.

Ocean of Dust by Graeme Ing

Many thanks to Kellie from ReaWrites for these wonderful books!

Also for review from the author:

Nothing Else Matters by Sara Boyd

Other goodies:

Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor
A present from darling. He held it hostage until he read it. So I'm doing the same with his Christmas present-Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld (Goodreads | Amazon)

A Wrinkle In Time by Madeleine D'Engle arrived two weeks ago from a giveaway-thank you, Kayla
From the library I picked up The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau 

Also in the picture is a bookmark that a dear friend brought me from South Korea! Definitely the most exotic thing on my shelf. Thanks, honey!

Now lets see what's new on your shelves :)

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