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Stacking The Shelves (7)

Hi everyone! Sorry again for the long time, no talk....I'm done coming up with excuses though! I'm really going to try to stay more committed to this again because I have recently realized how much I missed reading. Yesterday I took a trip to the bookstore and bought three books; one of which I have already read, and the review will be up very shortly. Here are the books!


Only three for me this week due to the fact that I am starting up once again. Thank you so much for your patience with me everyone, it's good to be back.


  1. I need to read This Is What Happy Looks Like. I never got around to reading it last year but I might give it a try this year :) Enjoy your books!

  2. These look like good choices to get back into reading with. I hope you enjoy them all. Happy reading!

  3. I'm a black sheep in that I really did NOT like Perfect Ruin :D I hope you enjoy all of your new books!

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Have a terrific week :)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  4. Ohh nice haul! I really want to read Perfect Ruin, and This is What Happy Looks Like sounds really good too. Hope you enjoy them all, and have a great week :)
    Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight

  5. Glad you are finding things to get you back into reading. Great haul and thanks for visiting my blog.

  6. You did well at the bookstore. Hope you enjoy your books and have a great week!

  7. I still need to read Perfect Ruin. Love the cover of the sequel! Thanks for visiting my Sunday post earlier!

  8. Oh, I really need to read Perfect Ruin. It looks so good. I've heard great things about This Is What Happy Looks Like; I need to read that one too. Thanks for stopping by my StS. :)

  9. I haven't gotten my hands on any of these yet. Enjoy!!

  10. Great books! I have Perfect Ruin & This is What Happy Looks Like but haven't read them yet. So little time!! ;-) Hope you enjoy them.

  11. I really need to read Perfect Ruin. I hope you enjoy your new books :-) Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  12. These are all new books to me, but they look really nice. The cover for Perfect Ruin is gorgeous! Happy reading!

    Thanks for stopping by @ Book For Thought

  13. It's amazing how time can get away from you! I have a ton of reviews that I never seem to get round to uploading due to either being too tired or too busy and I really want to catch up with it. But then another week has went by with no progress! So don't worry, it's not just you! *grins*

  14. Perfect ruin looks interesting. I'll have to check it out.

  15. I've really enjoyed all of Jennifer Smith's books. Hope you do too. Thanks for stopping by.

  16. Perfect Ruin was pretty good! I hope you enjoy your books!

  17. I have Perfect Ruin on my TBR pile but I haven't read it yet. Good choices!! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

  18. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I heard good things about Jennifer Smith books, I hope you enjoy your books!

  19. I read Happy and it was just okay for me, not as good as Statistical Probability. I hope you enjoy your new books :)

  20. I wanted to read perfect Ruin but never got around to it. Enjoy your new books!

  21. Oh, I've heard mixed things about This Is What Happy Looks Like, but I hope you enjoy it :D
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  22. Nice haul. :) I've been meaning to look into This Is What Happy Looks Like. Enjoy!

    Jen @ EbonyInkReviews

  23. Great haul, Sam! This is What Happy Looks Like sounds really, really good! Have a great week and happy reading :)

    Lexxie @ (un)Conventional Bookviews

  24. Great stack Sam! I have heard great things about This is What Happy Looks like. I hope you enjoy your reads!

  25. This is What Happy Looks Like sounds really good. I hope you like it! Thanks for stopping by Bitches n Prose


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