Stacking the Shelves (10) & Blogspiration (15)

Posted on 07/29/2012 in Sunday Post / 13 Comments

 

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly book blogger meme hosted by Tynga of Tynga’s Reviews. Make sure you stop by her blog to check it out and add your name to the linky!

 

     

This Week


I skipped this last week, I was just too busy to get to it.  So here are the last couple of weeks worth of books.  

Hard Copies

 

Gone by Cathi Harper (for review)

Imperfect Bliss by Susan Fales-Hill (for review)

The Prisoner of Heaven by Carlos Ruiz Zafon (for review)

Between You and Me by Emma McLaughlin & Nicola Kraus (for review)

  I also purchased a few ebooks this week, but I’ve got a case of the lazies, so I’m just going to list them, instead of posting pictures. 🙂  

Purchased for the Nook and Kindle

The Girl of Fire and Thorns by Rae Carson

Bonded by Nicky Charles

The Diary of Darcy J. Rhone by Emily Giffin

The Blind Date by Nikki James

Haunted on Bourbon Street by Deanna Chase

The Rose of Fire by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

Glimpse by Zellie Wells

My Fake Fiancee by Lisa Scott

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter by Seth Grahame-Smith

Murder on The Mind (A Jeff Resnick Mystery) by L.L. Bartlett

Swim by Jennifer Weiner

Maid for Love (The McCarthys of Gansett Island Book 1) by Marie Force

UnEnchanted (An Unfortunate Fairy Tale) by Chanda Hahn

She’s Gotta Be Mine by Jasmine Haynes and Jennifer Skully

Prince of Wolves (The Grey Wolves Series) by Quinn Loftis

Hollywood Scandals (Hollywood Headlines) by Gemma Halliday

 

Thanks to Atria (Simon & Schuster) and HarperCollins for my mailbox books this week!  And a big thanks to the retailers and pubs for discounting the ebooks so that I spend my money.  I certainly didn’t need more ebooks!

 

I hope your mailboxes were rich with goodies this week, too!

 

Blogspiration


 

 

Blogspiration is a weekly meme hosted by GrowingUp YA & Saz101. The meme was created to help spark inspiration among bloggers, readers & writers alike. An inspirational quote/picture/video is posted weekly, on the day of the author’s choosing, so that it may inspire creativity, conversation & just a little SOMETHING.

 

Photo by PlayfulLibrarian (cc)

Does anyone remember these?  Book fairs were my absolute favorite days in school, it got me out of class and into the library.  And I got to buy books!  Well usually.  Sometimes my parents didn’t have the money for new books, but I still loved to look and touch everything the library got in stock…and if I was lucky enough to get some, they got put in a cute little baggy for me to take home, like little treasures.  Those were the best days!

 

What’s your blogspiration this week?


*Blogspiration photosource: pinterest.com

*Disclaimer: All photosources are via Goodreads.com unless otherwise noted or it’s obvious I took them.
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Jennifer is both a book nerd and professional photographer. That means she lives in the fantasy world all the time, whether of her making, or someone else's. She collects books like the Duggar family collects kids, and began waiting for her Hogwarts letter at the tender age of 33.

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13 responses to “Stacking the Shelves (10) & Blogspiration (15)

  1. Great eBooks! Holy moly! You have a few I got recently but you have others I’d love to have like Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter! A teacher picked that up last summer from my HS LMC and LOVED it! I really want to try it sometime!
    Ange/Libby Blog’s latest thoughts >> Our Week in Books…

      • That makes me sad 🙁 My teachers and parents really fostered a love of reading in me, but I guess there wasn’t as much stuff to compete for my attention, like the internet, smartphones, and other gaming devices. I had Atari and the original Nintendo, but my fun time on those was limited. I could go outside or I could read for the most part. I wonder if that’s the difference?

  2. Oh my GOODNESS that’s an epic haul. And I’ve heard AMAZING things about The Girl of Fire and Thorns! Uh, as for your Blospiration? JAFHDHAGF. Yes, we had book fairs as kids, but I don’t remember them ever being that wonderfully elaborate. That is just… WOW. WOW WOW WOW! ♥
    Sarah (saz101)’s latest thoughts >> Blogspiration (29): Home

  3. OMG!!! THROW. BACK! I totally remember school book fairs!! They were THE BEST! Do you remember book catalogs like Troll? and Scholastic?? HOMG! I would save up all my money and spend it on a crazy book order!!

    • OMGASDFGHJHG!!! Book catalogs! Yes! I also remember placing an order and waiting and waiting and waiting for it to come in. And waiting… And when I asked my 6th grade teacher if she knew when they’d be in, she said “How am I supposed to know? I’m not the post office.” I hated that B from then on out.

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