Saturday, August 24, 2013

Stacking the Shelves #53

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews and features books you've added to your shelves, both physical and virtual.

For Review:
Under Your Skin by Sabine Durrant

Imperfectly Perfect by A.E. Woodward

Engines of the Broken World by Jason Vanhee

The F It List by Julie Halpern

Stay with Me by Elyssa Patrick

Deadly Game by Cara Lockwood

All of You by Christina Lee

Poor Little Dead Girls by Lizzie Friend

Love Struck by Chantel Simmons


  1. The F It List sounds awesome. Just from the title I want to read it! Great haul :)

    My Haul!

  2. OOoh nice haul! These are new to me! Hope you enjoy them all!

    My STS will be up tomorrow, so be sure to stop by then!

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower :)

  3. Haven't heard of most of these but Poor Little Dead Girls sounds good. Happy reading.

  4. I picked up "All of You" on NetGalley. It looks like a good read. Happy reading!

    Tsuki’s STS

  5. Nice haul. All of You looks interesting. I see lots of books in this haul. Come visit me as well.

    Books of Love

  6. I'm starting the F It List this weekend. I hope it's as good as it sounds. Enjoy.

    My STS.

  7. Imperfectly looks good, hope you enjoy

  8. What an awesome haul! Engines of the Broken World has such a creepy cover. I've actually seen the cover around quite a lot. I may have to check it out! Thanks for sharing and I hope you enjoy all of your books. :)

  9. Really cool haul. Happy reading :)


  10. I saw Poor Little Dead Girls on NG but stopped myself from requesting it. The title alone is scary.

    I hope you have fun reading all your books.

    Thoughts and Pens Stacking the Shelves

  11. Looks like you have some awesome reading ahead of you! I can't wait to read your thoughts on these, Heather. WRITE ON!

  12. Engines of the Broken World sounds like it will be a great book. I hope you really enjoy it and these others! Happy Reading!
    Here are my newest additions.

  13. As everyone else, The F List looks great, looking forward to reading it :D