Stacking The Shelves

Stacking The Shelves

Whop-de-doo it’s time for another Stacking the Shelves post so I’m linking up with Tynga @ Tynga’s Reviews again and I’ve finally made a new logo picture thing. It’s not great, but I kind of forgot to make a new one until now so, it’s gonna have to do for now. 

I got Neil Gaiman’s Make Good Art Speech from my parents for my birthday because I love him and that specific speech.

I used my birthday Liberty Bay Books gift card to buy a copy of Inamorata from them. With my schedule I won’t be able to finish it in time to go to the Wednesday night author event Liberty Bay Books is hosting, but I want to at least start it so that I know something going into the event, and can avoid making a total fool of myself.

I finally got a copy of Alice in Zombieland!  This one has been on my TBR list for eons and so I am thrilled to finally get my grubby little hands on it!

Poison  has been one that I knew I had to read since the very first time I saw it on Goodreads, and FINALLY I’ve remembered (and had the funds) to buy it.

I was picking books at Barnes and Nobel when I found Long Lankin  however I had already decided to buy a book of the same genre and opted for a fantasy book instead, vowing to use my other gift cards to someday obtain a copy of Long Lankin. This past weekend was that someday.

I also received that beauty from Net Galley and Capstone Young Readers. I’m super excited because it sounds like a really interesting ghost book and I don’t read many of those. I read a lot of horror but not a lot of ghost books and this one sounds really different. Now I just need to figure out how to download it without the struggles of Adobe….

Thanks a billion to my mom and dad for the Neil Gaiman book AND for convincing me to let you guys buy me not one but THREE books at Powell’s. You were right, it would have been a sin to walk away with any less, let alone one! Oh the shame! 😉

On another note, I have finally caved and joined Twitter and Instagram. You can find me on Twitter @BrianaRWC and on Instagram @ reader_writer_critic!

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2 thoughts on “Stacking The Shelves

  1. Hmm, well we shal see, eh? Sometimes I like those type books because I am in the mood for them, but who knows what I'll think. Thanks and happy reading to you too!

    Thanks for sharing both your post and your thoughts! 🙂

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