Stacking the Shelves

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books we are adding to our shelves, whether they be physical or digital. This includes books bought (my wife would say I buy too many), borrowed (a rare occurrence), and received for review (which I’m trying to reign in).

New Acquisitions: Paperback Treasures

Nothing new on the paperback front this week, sadly. Plenty of books on order, with a few that have shipped, but no arrivals.

Review Titles

A trio of review titles this week…

First up is To Sleep in a Sea of Stars by Christopher Paolini (Sept, 15 2020), a galaxy-spanning odyssey of discovery and transformation where first contact isn’t at all what we imagined, pushing one woman to the very limits of what it means to be human.

Next up is a pair of titles by C.T. Phipps, including the upcoming Psycho Killers in Love (Aug 25, 2020) where all the slasher movie villains are real, two siblings born of such a killer, and the girl on a mission figures the best way to catch a supernatural serial killer is with another pair of them; and The Complete Red Room Saga (of which I’ve already read the first, Esoterrorism), featuring an all-powerful Committee that exists to protect humanity from the vampires, demons, and other forces of darkness . . . but which has a dark agenda of its own.

New Acquisitions: Digital Titles

A trio of digital downloads this week…

The Captured Warrior Woman is the first chapter of The Warrior and the Witch by Valereya James, the story of a beautiful warrior woman, captured and taken to a remote village to be a sacrifice where a lustful admirer lurks just out of reach.

Carnival of Sin is an erotic dark fantasy novel by Laila Fayre in which Heart must survive a deadly gauntlet of sex and violence to find her best friend, Bliss.

Nyx by Jonathan Hunter is the story of two sellswords who plan a heist into the castle of the most powerful and alluring Necromancer in Liralind.

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  1. I hope the Paolini is excellent, otherwise it’s going to be tough to get through 900 + pages, lol. And I like seeing C.T. Phipps on here, I really enjoyed his Straight Outta Fangton😁

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    1. That many pages from a Sanderson or King or somebody I know and love is something to look forward to . . . but a bit commitment for somebody I’ve never read. 🙂

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