Monday, July 21, 2014

A Peek In The BiblioBin #108

Welcome to our Stacking the Shelves post! Stacking the Shelves (or as we like to call it, A Peek in the BiblioBin) has been created by the lovely ladies at Tynga's Reviews.

Stacking the Shelves is a way for bloggers to share what books they have won, received for review, bought from the bookstore, borrowed from the library or friend, etc.

For Review:

Jane's Harmony (Jane's Melody #2) by Ryan Winfield via NetGalley


Shel continues her love affair with audiobooks, Kevin Hearne and Jeaniene Frost.

Hammered (The Iron Druid Chronicles #3) by Kevin Hearne (audiobook)

This Side of the Grave (Night Huntress #5) by Jeanine Frost


Apparently while on vacation Nat forgot that she came home from RT14 with a kabillion books. But hey, when you come across a thrift store you just can't pass up these gems ... Oh and does anyone else think that the guy on the cover of Chasing Smoke bears the teeniest tiniest resemblance to Stefan from The Vampire Diaries?

The Last Bridge by Teri Coyne

Shelter Me by Juliette Fay

Rebel Angels (Gemma Doyle #2) by Libba Bray

Chasing Smoke by K.A. Mitchell

Cutting For Stone by Abraham Verghese

Already Home by Susan Mallery

The Sweetness At The Bottom Of The Pie by Alan Bradley

I was very excited to attend my first travel baseball-free weekday event in ages! Anderson's Bookshop (Naperville, IL) played host to the Mighty Mississippi Book Blast Tour featuring these amazing authors: Lynne Matson, Philip Siegel, Paula Stokes, Bethany Crandell, A.G. Howard, Lindsay Cummings, Whitney Miller and A. Lyndon Rolland. 

The BiblioJunkies met Lynne Matson (NIL) at RT14, so I was really happy to see her again and to also meet Philip Siegel (The Break-Up Artist). The bonus was learning about other new books. Two in particular I'm excited about are featured below -- Bethany Crandell sold me on hers by describing it as sarcastic, slightly wrong and having a Zac Efron doppelgänger. What!! Paula Stokes was just adorable so I had to get this. 

Unfortunately, I am not independently wealthy and could only get so many books which is the sucky thing about book signings. However, I'm hoping to eventually get around to reading the other authors mentioned above.  ~ Bel

Summer On The Short Bus by Bethany Crandell

The Art of Lainey by Paula Stokes


  1. I have heard lots of great things about The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, and the whole series!
    Hope you enjoy!

  2. Great haul! I really liked A Great and Terrible Beauty though I have yet to read the rest of the series. I hope you enjoy your books! :)
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian