Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews and Reading Reality, which is all about sharing the books that you’ve acquired in the past week!
My TBR has increased again this week… I do need to get back on track with reducing my TBR but for now YAY for fab new books! 🙂
Something in the Water by Catherine Steadman
I’ve seen this book on social media and have been intrigued by it so when I spotted it as a read now on NetGalley I snapped it up. I’m really hooked on thrillers at the moment so I plan to read this one very soon.
The Golden Child by Wendy James
This is another book that I spotted as read now on NetGalley and it sounded like a really prescient novel so I couldn’t resist downloading it as well.
I Did It For Us by Alison Bruce
I’ve kept seeing this book around and the cover really intrigues me so I grabbed this one on NetGalley too.
Only Ever You by Rebecca Drake
I bought this book online this week as it’s been on my wish list for ages and I thought I deserved a treat. The premise of this book sounds so good and I hope to squeeze it in between review books soon.
Where The Missing Go by Emma Rowley
This book has been reviewed on some of my favourite blogs recently and every time I see it I want to read it so I decided to buy it on Kindle this week. It’s already calling to me so I don’t think it’ll be long before I read it.
My Mother’s Secret by Sanjida Kay
I loved Sanjida Kay’s first novel so when I saw this book on Amazon I immediately one-clicked! I don’t know when I’ll get to this one but hopefully it’ll be before too long.
Home Fires by Kamila Shamsie
Home Fires has been on my radar for so long but I hadn’t got around to buying a copy so when I spotted it in a daily deal this week I grabbed it. I feel like I’ll need to be in just the right mood to read this one but I’m definitely looking forward to getting to it.
Believe Me by JP Delaney
I read and reviewed JP Delaney’s first book The Girl Before (you can read my review of that here if you’d like to) when it came out and so when I spotted a new book I couldn’t resist downloading it from NetGalley. I’m really intrigued by the blurb for this book, it sounds very fast-paced so I expect to read this soon.
Old Baggage by Lissa Evans
I received a copy of this gorgeous book in the post yesterday and I was thrilled as I’ve been so keen to get my hands on this novel. It sounds wonderful and I plan on reading it whilst sitting out in the garden in this lovely weather we’re having at the moment.
Have you got any new books recently? I’d love to know. Have you read any of the books in my book haul? Are there any that you recommend me getting to sooner rather than later? Feel free to leave a link to your own Stacking the Shelves post in the comments! 🙂
9 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves with a new #bookhaul (30 Jun)!”
Nice haul! I enjoyed My Mother’s Secret when I read it on The Pigeonhole recently.
Enjoy your reading of the new books added to your shelf. I haven’t read any of them. I started a book just released this week DEADLY ESCAPE by Colleen Helme. I am enjoying it.
You have got a nice lot of books there, Hayley. Glad to see that you have some Wendy James. I really like her writing, and the characters she creates, and I hope you’ll enjoy The Golden Child.
Oh, I’ve been wanting to read Only Ever You for ages! I cannot wait to know what you think of it! Who cares about the TBR numbers? :p xxx
Great looking books! I have Believe Me, and will be reading it soon. Here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES
Something in the Water is one I plan to read soon too. Enjoy your latest 😉
I’ve seen Something in the Water around too, and it does look good. Same for Believe Me. Hope they both work for you!
Something in the Water…anything to do with water catches my eye and that looks like a good one. Hope you enjoy all your goodies.
sherry @ fundinmental Sunday Memes
Lots of interesting thrillers. I need to check out some of them!