Saturday, March 17, 2018

*Stacking the Shelves* 17 March 2018

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Stacking The Shelves is a feature/weekly meme created by Tynga’s Reviews in which you share the books you are adding to your shelves, both physical and virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical stores or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!

Now, I already have a monthly post I do featuring the books I get in the mail (and it's a lot because I have a serious Goodreads First Reads giveaway addiction), and I'm posting my monthly Read-A-Thon posts again too, which covers the books I receive through Netgalley. And since I am currently technically a displaced person (all my things are packed up on a boat and I don't have a home to call my own at the moment), I'm not currently buying any physical books. So my STS post will feature all the books I've been one-clicking on Amazon. 

On that note, here are the books I picked up this week. *All Goodreads ebook wins unless otherwise specified.*

Understand and Disempower the Bully: You are Good as You Are by Biljana Ognenova
The Richest Girl in England: Katherine Manners, Duchess of Buckingham by Lita-Rose Betcherman
False Flag by F.W. Rustmann
In the Presence of Knowing by Valarie Savage Kinney - I snagged this book for free (no longer free) so that when I finally find the time to finish reading this book, it will count as a verified review on Amazon. I previously did a live Facebook reading of the first chapter of this book and really enjoyed it. 
The Male's Purpose: How to be the Man that God Wants You to Be by Tony Nzaka (I'm so not the target audience for this book.)
I Know Coffee: Harvesting, Blending, Roasting, Brewing, Grinding & Tasting Coffee by Jessica Simms (Not really the target audience for this one either!)
Mother of Chaos by John Patrick Kennedy - I snagged this book on sale (maybe) for $1.99 (still $1.99). It's the third book in a series that I have the first two books of, so I kind of needed it, right?
The Imam of Time: A Novel of Then and Now by F.W. Burleigh
Christian Controversies: Seeking the Truth by Scott Haraburda
Fortune in Blood: A Los Angeles Crime Heist Mystery Thriller Novel by Phil Philips (currently free)
Mercy Dogs by Tyler Dilts
Racino: Book 3 in the Michael Butler Saga by Peter P. Sellers
The Cave Maze: Wizard Warrior Quest by C.A.A. Allen
Fearless by Nicole Coverdale
Quiver (Angels and Demons Series Book 2) by Beth Green
Panteria Chronicles: Carnage by L.B. Sisk

So that's all the books I won or one-clicked this past week. Kind of a small haul, especially considering the fact that it includes the 15th which at least used to be a big win day on Goodreads. It would seem that the novelty of being able to offer ebook prizes for giveaways is starting to wear off and fewer authors are forking over the dough to do even that. 

What new books have you added to your shelves this week? - Katie 

*If you're stopping by from the linkup, please be sure to drop a link to your post below so I can check out all your new pretties.*


  1. Some great sounding books. I'm going to have to head over to Goodreads to check some of them out.

    1. I definitely got some that I'm really excited about. Thanks for stopping by. - Katie

  2. Wait what? That's it? The shame.... :P

    1. I know...after the past few weeks, it's absolutely sparse. But it's probably a sign of things to come (meaning I'm not going to be winning as many books each week anymore, which is fine because I already win books at a faster rate than I can read them.) - Katie

  3. Looks like a pretty nice and eclectic haul! I like the sound of the book on bullying...

    1. Yeah, my hauls are usually pretty eclectic (even just when I'm buying books) because I like a little bit of everything. Thanks for stopping by. - Katie

  4. Holy Moly you won all that! How awesome! Great books for the coming weeks to read for you. Enjoy all your wins!

    Mary #SundayRoundup #10

    1. Well, I bought two of them...LOL. Thanks for stopping by. - Katie

  5. I think it's still an impressive haul. Hope you enjoy your new books!
    My Sunday Post

    1. It's definitely still larger than the average person's weekly book haul, but that's what I'm here for, to make everyone else feel like their book hauls are reasonable.

      Thanks for stopping by. - Katie