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Stacking the Shelves (6)

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!
My Pile!




Vivian Apple At The End of The World by Katie Coyle
Dearest by Alethea Kontis
*Thank You Houghton Mifflin*

Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley
Gracefully Grayson by Ami Polonsky
*Thank you Disney and Harlequin Teen*

Zac and Mia by A J Betts
Evidence of Things Not Seen by Lindsey Lane 
*Thank you Houghton Mifflin and Macmillan*

How I Got Skinny, Famous and Fell Madly In Love by Ken Baker
Summer of Yesterday by Gaby Triana
*Thank you Simon and Schuster & RP Teens*

The Good Girl by Mary Kubica 
The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon
* Thank you Harlequin and Bloomsbury*

Tell me what you got in the comments below! Clearly I have my reading cut out for me :)

Comments

  1. Dearest is ALL THE HEARTS. Made it my book of the month for July. Enjoy!

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  2. Great haul this week. I'm really looking forward to reading Vivian Apple :)

    Check out my STS

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  3. You have some great books. Gracefully Grayson would be a perfect read for LGBT challenge I am participating in! I also really want to read The Bone Season! Happy reading :)

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  4. That's a great pile, I've gotten The Good Girl too :D
    Hope we'll both like it ;)

    My new pretties :)

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  5. The Bone Season was good! Hope you enjoy all your books and thanks for visiting!

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  6. I downloaded The Good Girl this week...and I just now gravitated to your title The Lies We Tell Ourselves.

    So many books lately read included "lies" in the title...and I loved them all!

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  7. Oh my goodness, I am swooning over Vivian Apple at the End of the World. I want it so, SO badly! I am also looking forward to Lies We Tell Ourselves and Evidence of Things Not Seen. Hope you enjoy them all :)

    -Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

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  8. I also got Lies We Tell Ourselves this week! It looks so good--different, too.

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  9. How I Got Skinny, Famous and Fell Madly In Love is so good!! I had a eARC for it and I loved it! I was better than I expected, I hope you enjoy it :)

    Patty @Bookish Wanderlove

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  10. Wow! Great haul, you have so many books I can't wait to read here! Enjoy and thanks for sharing :)

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  11. Great post! just wanted to let you know i nominated you for a liebster award http://perksofbeingreaders.blogspot.com/2014/08/liebster-award.html

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  12. This is an awesome haul! I loved 'Gone Girl' and 'Bone Season'. Nice post :)

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