Sunday, September 4, 2016

A Peek In The BiblioBin #214 - Labor Day Edition

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 folks at Tynga's ReviewsIt's a way for bloggers to share what books they've won, received for review, purchased, borrowed from the library or friend, received as a gift, grabbed off the bookshelf, etc.

What's in your bin?

We hope you're all enjoying your Labor Day weekend. It's already getting darker out earlier - boo! - so we're here soaking up the remaining days of summer as much as possible. Bibliojunkies Shel and Bel will be sad to see the warm weather go. (Bibliojunkie Nat is the lone holdout for snow and nasty winter temps.)  Anyway, party safely and find some good reads! 

labor day happy labor day labor day weekend ldw lbw

For Review:

The One Real Thing (Hart's Boardwalk #1) by Samantha Young

The Forgetting by Sharon Cameron


A Queer History of the United States by Michael Bronski

Off The Bookshelf:

An Ember In The Ashes (An Ember In The Ashes #1) by Sabaa Tahir


  1. Great haul this week! I've been drooling over The Forgetting for a while--hopefully you enjoy it!

    Thank you so much for stopping by my StS this week--and happy book-ing to you in the near future!

  2. Happy Labor Day! I LOVED The Forgetting - it's definitely one of my favorite YA books of 2016. All four of Cameron's books are SO good. I hope you enjoy all of your new books!

    Have a fabulous week. :)

    Check out my STS post!

    1. Apparently this is the book to read at the moment! Thanks for stopping by! ~ Bel

  3. The Forgetting just poped onto my radar last week, and it is gorgeous. I can't wait to hear what you think!

    Hop you had a fun and relaxing Labor Day Weekend!


    1. Thank you! We're excited to read it. Thanks for stopping by! ~ Bel

  4. I love Samantha Young's works, I hope you enjoy all your new books! :)

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and happy Labour Day!

    1. I love Samantha Young, too! I was curious to see how this series would differ from her previous one. I liked what I read. Thanks for stopping by! ~ Bel