Stacking the Shelves (#8)

Stacking The Shelves (hosted by Reading Reality) 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! And audiobooks. Don’t forget audiobooks!

I have been approved for four books on Netgalley this week, three of which are audiobooks!

Siren Queen is a monster novel set in Old Hollywood and I am so excited about it! That description says that it is set in a world where immortality is just a casting call away- love that! I have read The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo, and even though I was confused most of the time, I did love the writing. I have a feeling this book is going to be incredible on audio. It comes out on May 10th!

I have preordered this stunning cover of Elektra from Waterstones and it will be here soon, so I was thrilled when I was approved for the audiobook. I have been reading books physically while also listening to the audiobook, and now I can do that with Elektra. I believe the audio is full cast!

I have been curious about T. Kingfisher for a while and Nettle & Bone has been getting a lot of buzz. I love the idea of a fantasy horror! This book comes out on Tuesday, so I doubt I will get to it beforehand, but it is definitely on my immediate TBR.

The Woman in the Library is the one ebook I was approved for, and, honestly, it was the cover and the title that caught my attention. This is a mystery set in the reading room of the Boston Public Library!

Other Words for Home is one of the books for my 12 Challenge and I have plans to read this in one sitting, possibly tonight. So I may have already read this by the time this is posted. It is a middle-grade novel written in verse and I have heard so many beautiful things about it. I have not read a book written in verse yet this year, which is odd for me!

I absolutely adore Anna-Marie McLemore and I have plans to eventually read their entire backlist. Lake Lore is their newest release and it sounds pretty epic. I love the idea of there being a magical world under a lake!

Heather O’Neill is one of my favourite authors and When We Lost Our Heads is her 2022 release! I have not heard too much about it, but it is Heather O’Neill and I will read anything that she writes.

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