Stacking the Shelves is a weekly feature hosted by Tyngas Reviews. This meme allows us to share the books we've recently added to our 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! *Clicking the link of a book's title will take you to Goodreads.
Happy New Year, everyone! I can't believe it is 2014. Last year flew by! So I'm back from my long 2 state (FL and WY) vacation and am ready to get back to my life. I'm still waiting for my certification to come in from the state and have a feeling it's going to be a couple more weeks before I receive it. All that traveling and airports and little relatives finally caught up to me and I feel like total crap today, so after I post this it's going to be sofa city for the rest of the day. I had quite a few comments on my last post, and will try to visit everyone in the next week or so.
On the book front, I have a couple of review posts planned, including: Being Sloane Jacobs, The List, and maybe a mini one for Cringe. I've barely read at all over the past couple of weeks. I took an ambitious 5 books with me on vacation and my stocked Kindle, and didn't get through anything. I don't even know why. I had time on the airplane and while driving, but it just didn't happen. Since I'm in a holding pattern until I get my certification, I do hope to make a dent in my massive TBR pile--review and non-review books alike.
I hope everyone had an awesome holiday season. I'll definitely be around to check out what you are up to in the upcoming week.
Vitro by Jessica Khoury
A girl goes to a mysterious island to find her mother only to discover that scientists are creating super babies in test tubes on the island--and one of them is her twin.
Never Have I Ever by Katie Heaney
This memoir about a 25 year-old woman who has never had a boyfriend looks pretty cute.
The Unseemly Education of Anne Merchant by Joanna Wiebe
At a boarding school for extremely rich kids, students get graded on everything--even school dances.
What I snagged from the library
Attachments by Rainbow Rowell
I started reading this last night and it is pretty addicting so far. It follows a man who works for a corporation as the email police. He has to go through all the emails and sites that have been flagged and ends up getting enthralled by the emails two friends in the business send to each other.
Cringe edited by Sarah Brown
I just finished this fun book full of excerpts from teenage diaries. I laughed out loud several times and identified with almost all of it.
So that's it for me this week. I'm pretty excited about what I added to my shelves. What did you add to your shelves? Link me up!
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