Saturday, September 22, 2018

Stacking The Shelves: September 22, 2018

Stacking The Shelves is a weekly bookish feature hosted @ Tynga's Reviews & Reading Reality.

It's been a month since I did a STS post so got lots of books to show you all!

Bought at secondhand store and flea market:
The Gun Slinger by Stephen King
Grey by E.L. James
The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
A History of the Modern World to 1815 by Joel Colton, R.R. Palmer, Lloyd S. Kramer

Won:
The Indigo Girl by Natasha Boyd
I won this signed copy from the author when she did a giveaway on Facebook. It's my favorite book of hers so needless to say I'm so happy with it. I definitely need to reread it!

Bought: 
Tower of Dawn by Sarah J. Maas
These last few weeks I've been reading this series because I want to be caught up before Kingdom of Ash releases and I finally reached Tower of Dawn. I'm currently reading it.

Fairyloot box of September "Starcrossed Swoons" *featuring Apollo*
Yesterday I already received my Fairyloot of September which is incredibly fast. No spoilers from me (I will post my unboxing eventually) but I'm totally in love with this book. It's definitely one of the best I've received so far. Such fun and useful items!


Freebies:
The Viking's Chosen by Quinn Loftis

Bought:
Not So Nice Guy by R.S. Grey
Racing the Sun by Karina Halle
The Wild Heir by Karina Halle

Bought:
Crimson Vale by Jennifer Harlow

For Review:
The Evolution of Man by Skye Warren



I hope you will all have a great weekend! ♥

34 comments:

  1. Steph so many amazing books! Love Tower of Dawn and The Girl on the train. Great picks.

    Angelica @ Paperback Princess

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  2. I feel like for months I don't receive or buy as many books and then it's all at once. There's no in between for me. lol

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  3. I loved The Girl on the Train - too bad my cousin borrowed my copy and never returned it!

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  4. What a great haul, Stephanie :) I hope you'll love all these books! Karina Halle's books always it the right spot for me ;)
    Have a wonderful weekend and happy reading.
    xoxo

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  5. Same here with Karina's books, even though I haven't read one in forever. I have so many that I still need to read.

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  6. UGH I hate when people don't return copies. Luckily for me people never want to borrow my books becaus I don't know anyone in my family or friends that reads english books. xD

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  7. I think Girl on the Train is the only one on this list that I have read and owned. I didn't even have Tower of Dawn on my TBR for some reason.

    Great post!

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  8. Barb(Boxermommyreads)September 22, 2018 at 9:35 PM

    Apollo is adorable - so fluffy! Yay for King books and man, that Grey book is huge! I guess I didn't realize there was so much to say about him :)

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  9. His fluff is probably gonna go away as he gets older. I'll weep when that happens. xD

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  10. Lovely books! I enjoyed The Girl on the Train, and I'm curious about The Indigo Girl.


    Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I liked Tower of Dawn and will be reading Kingdom of Ash when it is released too. Happy Fall! Welcome Fall

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  12. Great books on your list! I always enjoy Stephen King's work. Hope you enjoy your books and have a great week!

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  13. The Indigo Girl does look good, and I hope you like The Girl on the Train!

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  14. Oooh...congrats on your win! I also bought The Gunslinger this week too. Excited to try it out.

    Check out what I got this week - Ashley @ Oh Hey! Books.

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  15. It looks like you've had a lovely week! I've wanted to start a Fairyloot subscription for awhile now, but I haven't taken that leap yet! It looks like it's worth it... I'm so torn!

    Lindsi @ Do You Dog-ear?

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  16. What a lovely haul! I hope you enjoy all of these books :)

    Have a lovely week and happy reading.

    My wrap-up: https://flippingthruthepages.com/2018/09/weekly-wrap-up-2/

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  17. I love Girl on the Train. I've read it a couple of times. I love finding good deals at flea markets. Happy reading!

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  18. I need to read some more Stephen King. I read It, and Salem's lot ages ago. Congratulations on your win, signed books from favorite authors are always fantastic. 📚

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  19. Me too. I've only read The Shining, myself...

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  20. I've only seen the movie but books always have more details so that should be interesting to read.

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  21. I've never been disappointed with a book. In fact, I'm always impressed when I compare to other subscription boxes. Fairyloot always seems to have better books and items, imo.

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  22. Me too. I've only read one other King book so should be interesting to say the least.

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  23. The Indigo Girl is amazing! And a story about a little known women in history who was hugely successful in her venture.

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  24. I'm so scared and excited at the same time for KOA!

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  25. The Indigo Girl will always be one of my favorite historical books!

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  26. I need to try out the Dr. Who books :D

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  27. The Candid Cover YA book bloggSeptember 25, 2018 at 7:14 PM

    I am so far behind in my SJM reading. It is overwhelming to get caught up. lol

    I hope that you enjoy Girl on the Train. Enjoy your new reads. :)

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  28. Hi Steph! I loved The Girl on the Train. I'm yet to read The Throne of Glass series, but I've got all the books and ordered ShelfLoveCrate's Kingdom of Ash box, although it doesn't come with the book.

    Do you subscribe to Fairyloot regularly? I bought their July box but was underwhelmed and because I was paying roughly $70USD including international shipping I didn't resubscribe. I loved this month's book and wish I'd ordered it. Can't wait to see your unboxing. I've just posted my unboxing for July's box.

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  29. Yes I do. Fairyloot is actually one of the cheapest boxes that I know of but I live in Belgium so the shipping from the UK to here isn't that much. And I was so happy with the September box personally. I'm also getting the October one.

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  30. I have commented this one Instagram but I am so glad you have a King novel so I can know what you think of it when you try it! And The Girl on the Train is one I have heard a lot about and I hope you will be able to enjoy it as well :D

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  31. Steph try out Illumicrate they're also from UK. Cushy Crate's International shipping is only $10 CAD which is quite affordable for International.

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  32. Yes! I do that too...check out this week's Sunday post...all in one go!

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