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!
Books / eBooks
Escape to Giddywell Grange by Kim Nash
I loved Kim Nash’s first novel so have been meaning to buy a copy of her second book and finally got to it this week. I’m really looking forward to escaping into this book!
Chernobyl Prayer by Svetlana Alexievich
I’ve been wanting to read a book about Chernobyl ever since watching the recent drama that was on Sky. I’ve seen some good reviews of this one so decided to buy a copy. I may pick this one up next month for non-fiction November.
The Sewing Machine by Natalie Fergie
I remember seeing some fab reviews of this book when it was first published so when I spotted the audio book in the Audible sale this week I immediately bought it.
The Alibi Girl by C. J. Skuse
Ever since I read Sweet Pea by this author I’ve been such a fan of her and so when I spotted this book on NetGalley this week I requested it straight away. I was delighted to be approved and am keen to read this one soon!
The Recovery of Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel
I’ve been desperate to get my hands on this book ever since reading the premise so when I saw it on NetGalley I immediately requested it. I am thrilled to have a copy on my Kindle now and really want to read it right away. It’s not due to be published until next year though so feel like I need to catch up on some other reading first.
Violet by S.J.I. Holliday
I’ve actually already read this book – I read it all yesterday afternoon and I loved it. It’s such a brilliant book and I highly recommend it! I will post a full review for the blog tour on 6th November so pleased look out for that.
Nothing Important Happened Today by Will Carver
This is another book that I’ve been eagerly anticipating and am so excited to have a copy. I loved Will Carver’s previous novel Good Samaritans and have really high hopes for his new book. I’ve read the first couple of chapters and it’s so intriguing, I can’t wait to read more!
The Secret Santa by Trish Harnetiaux
I requested this one on a whim from NetGalley as I do enjoy a crime thriller set at Christmas and this one looks really good!
Dead to Her by Sarah Pinborough
I was so excited to spot this on NetGalley yesterday afternoon and I couldn’t click the download now button fast enough! I love Sarah Pinborough’s writing, especially Behind Her Eyes which was brilliant!
Have you bought any new books over the last week? Please tell me below. 🙂 If you join in with Stacking the Shelves please feel free to leave your link and I’ll make sure to read and comment on your post.
9 thoughts on “My New Book Haul (26 Oct 2019)!”
Nice haul! I have the Alexievich book waiting too – so many books, so little time!
Lovely haul! I bought some books in the audible sale as well Wind in the Willows and Notes from a Nervous Planet.
You always have the most interesting hauls of books, Hayley! You have a few different sorts of fiction, and non-fiction,too. I’ve heard that the Carver is good, and I hope you’ll enjoy reading it. Of course, I hope you’ll love the others, too!
Ooh. very nice new haul! My TBR just grew! LOL
Great haul! I hope you will enjoy these. xx
Ohhhh new books ❤
I.loved Giddywell Grange
What a lovely haul! I bought one book on Thursday but then again only went in one charity shop, so … I am mainly trying to concentrate on getting the TBR down, though.
Thank you! I’ve lost control of my TBR in recent months so I’m going to take stock in the next few weeks. I need to come up with a plan to keep on track next year as my bookcases are overflowing again.