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 was approved for four titles from Netgalley this week! Home Field Advantage sounds like an adorable YA romance. I have recently realized that I love a good sports romance, so I am here for a sapphic love story between a quarterback and a cheerleader.
I am actually listening to My Mechanical Romance right now! Though I keep calling it My Chemical Romance– I was a teen in the early 2000s after all… Anyway, this is a sweet YA academic rivals romance following a group of teens in a robotics club! Also, Alexene Farol Follmuth uses the pen name Olivie Black and is the author of The Atlas Six. I had no idea!
I was so thrilled when I was approved for Deep in Providence. I love books about witches and books that deal with grief, and this one has both. I listened to the first chapters of the audiobook just to get an idea and it was emotional right from the start.
I am actually part of the Blog Tour for Cake Eater, but that post isn’t coming out until August! I am so excited about this because I have been curious about this book since I first heard about it. A futuristic Marie Antoniette story? Say less!
I am currently reading the first book in the An Enchanted Garden Mystery series and I am really having a great time with it, so I caved and purchased the other two books in the series. I just love reading cozy mysteries this time of year and the setting of this one is perfection! The main character owns a perfume store and there might be something a little bit supernatural going on. How adorable are the covers for Nightshade for Warning and Marigolds for Malice?
I could resist the redesign for Love and Other Words! I have always hated the original cover and this new one is perfection! A book lover’s dream! I have also just read and loved Every Summer After and have been told that this book has similar themes.