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!
Just Like the Other Girls by Claire Douglas
I’m a huge fan of Claire Douglas’ writing so I was delighted to be approved for this one on NetGalley yesterday. I can’t wait to read this so don’t think it’ll be waiting on my Kindle for too long!
Blurred Lines by Hannah Begbie
I also downloaded this one from NetGalley on a whim as I saw the blurb and was immediately intrigued and wanting to know more!
Haven’t They Grown by Sophie Hannah
I bought this one on Kindle too when I spotted it in the sale for 99p. I’ve enjoyed many of Sophie Hannah’s previous novels and this one sounds weird and I want to know more.
Landsliding by Mandy Jameson
I saw this book mentioned on twitter and I loved the sound of it so immediately bought a copy for my Kindle.
Inside Out by Demi Moore
This is a book that I’ve seen so many positive reviews of so even though I aren’t massively interested in Demi Moore I was drawn to wanting to read this book (if that makes sense!).
Just My Luck by Adele Parks
I got this book from NetGalley a couple of days ago and started reading it straight away. I’m very much enjoying this one and am keen to keep reading, which is great when I’m still getting over my reading slump.
Mr Nobody by Catherine Steadman
I read and enjoyed the author’s previous novel so when I spotted she had a new book out I knew I had to get it!
The Storm by Amanda Jennings
I don’t know a huge amount about this book but the blurb really drew me to it and so I requested it on NetGalley!
The New Girl by Harriet Walker
This is another NetGalley book and is another one I’m really looking forward to!
One Step Behind by Lauren North
I read and loved Lauren North’s previous novel, in fact it was one of my favourite books of the year so when her publisher emailled me to ask if I’d like to read a new one I couldn’t reply fast enough! I plan on picking this one up very soon and have very high hopes for it.
SpaceHopper by Helen Fisher
This book sounds like a really moving read and is one I’ll need to be in the right mood for but I’m very much looking forward to reading it.
The Catch by T. M. Logan
I loved T. M. Logan’s previous novel The Holiday so have been eagerly anticipating this one and am very happy to have a copy on my Kindle now!
Have you acquired any new books this week? I’d love to know what you got. Or have you read any of my new books and recommend I get to any of them sooner rather than later? If you’ve shared a book haul post this week then please feel free to share you link below and I’ll make sure to visit your post! 🙂
28 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves with a new #BookHaul (2 May 2020)!”
I’ve heard so much about the Demi Moore autobiography – keen to hear what you think of it!
I hope to read it soon as I’ve heard so many good things about it.
Great selection – I just finished The Catch and I enjoyed it 🙂 I also love the cover design for landsliding.
That’s good to know about The Catch, I really hope to read it soon. Landsliding does have a fab cover, it really caught my eye when I saw it. Happy reading to you too! 🙂
Great book haul, I have a couple of these myself and could quite easily add the rest of them 😁
Thank you. I know, I keep having to restrain myself when I see book hauls too. 🙂
Nice haul here’s my link for this week https://thesecretlibrarysite.wordpress.com/2020/05/02/stacking-the-shelves-02-05-20-%f0%9f%93%9a%f0%9f%93%9a%f0%9f%93%9a-stackingtheshelves-bookhaul/
Thank you 🙂
Lots of great choices here, Hayley! And I like it that you’ve chosen a variety of different sorts of books, for different moods and energy levels.
Thank you! I’m trying to give myself lots of options for reading at the moment as I try to get back to my books. My reading mojo is slowly returning so I’m pleased about that.
I Love love love Landsliding’s cover… If I came across that while browsing it would for sure have ended up in my basket.
My STS: https://ignorantsouthafrican.wordpress.com/2020/05/02/sssexy-saturdays/
The Sophie Hannah book caught my eye. And I enjoyed Inside Out and The New Girl.
Have a great week!
That’s great to know that you enjoyed both of those books, I’m really looking forward to getting to them. I’m hoping to start the Sophie Hannah book over the weekend. Hope you have a good week too! 🙂
I love the sound of some of these, especially the thrillers. Those first few look fun. 🙂
I can’t wait to read them all – just need my reading mojo to get back to normal and then I’ll be on it.
Just got Haven’t They Grown, I’m so curious after reading so many reviews! x
I’m really intrigued by it, I’m hoping to start it this weekend. x
I had a wonderful parcel of books from a publisher I review for – Thames & Hudson – and will be sharing a post about them later in the week (I have a NetGalley book to review for tomorrow and don’t like to mix up the two kinds of posts). Lovely selection here and hope your climb out of the reading slump continues well!
Thank you. My reading mojo is definitely coming back but I still have whole days where I have no interest in reading. I guess it’s just par for the course at the moment. I did start reading Girl, Woman, Other this morning and I can’t wait to get back to it so that’s a good sign.
Some awesome books there!! ❤️
Thank you 🙂
Clare Douglas is one I want to read. Thanks for sharing that! I might have missed it otherwise.
Here is my Sunday post. Stay safe. x
You’re welcome – I love Claire Douglas’ books so I’m really keen to read this one. I shall go read your Sunday post now, apologies for being a little behind at getting to it. Hope you’re keeping safe and well. x
Great additions! I have an ARC of The Catch too… I hope you will enjoy these! xx
Thank you! I hope you enjoy The Catch too, I’m really keen to get to it soon. xx
I wish I had access to this bookshelf! These are top notch picks!!!! All ones I want to read!
Thank you 🙂 I can’t wait to read them all, I just need my reading mojo to come back properly so I can get lost in all of them.
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