Stacking the Shelves is a meme co-hosted by Tynga at Tynga’s Reviews and Marlene at Reading Reality, where you share the books you’ve added to your shelves in the past week. You can include books you buy, books you borrow, review books, gifts, and ebooks.
Last week’s restraint of adding only a single ARC and one purchased book feels like a miracle after this week. This time around, I managed to add eleven books. (Yikes! I better slow down or I’m going to have a huge TBR for 2020.) The genres consisted of romantic suspense, historical fiction (of course), thrillers (including a supernatural thriller), chick lit, dystopia, and history.
I seem to be falling into a pattern of adding World War II books. Three of the novels are set during or just after the war, and the nonfiction history book I added is about a group of people sent to Auschwitz. I previously added other books set in this time period (some are focused on the Holocaust, others are not). I wonder how many book set during the World War II era I’ll read this year?
In other exciting news, I was granted auto-approval status for Kensington Books on Netgalley! I was absolutely thrilled when I received the notification, because I’d been working (and hoping) for this for four years. Even sweeter, they approved one final request of mine before granting the auto-approval, a book I thought I’d missed out on—The Moonshiner’s Daughter by Donna Everhart. That was definitely a happy day for this book blogger!
And now, on to the books! (Links for each book will be posted below, as always.)
Hideaway by Nora Roberts
Paris Never Leaves You by Ellen Feldman
The New Husband by D.J. Palmer
The Look-Alike by Erica Spindler
The Jane Austen Society by Natalie Jenner
Been There, Married That by Gigi Levangie
The Fortress by S.A. Jones
999: The Extraordinary Young Women of the First Official Jewish Transport to Auschwitz by Heather Dune Macadam
Eventide by Mae Clair
The Moonshiner’s Daughter by Donna Everhart
The Traitor by V.S. Alexander