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

Sadly, no new arrivals this week, despite a pre-order I expected to arrive on Tuesday . . . not be shipped on Thursday with an estimated delivery date of next Wednesday. Sigh.


Review Titles

A pair of dark review titles this week…

It Came from the Multiplex: 80s Midnight Chillers [September 15th 2020] is an upcoming anthology edited directed by Joshua Viola that takes us from crinkling celluloid to ferocious flesh, from the silver screen to the hammering heart, with a swarm of werewolves, serial killers, Satanists, Elder Gods, aliens, ghosts, and monsters loosed upon the auditorium.

Welcome to the Splatter Club [September 1st 2020] is another upcoming anthology, this one edited by K. Trap Jones, offering up thirteen stories of hyperintensive horror with no limits, including includes black magick curses, encounters of the fourth kind, and bizarre office politics.


New Acquisitions: Digital Titles

After a few dry weeks, some fun additions on the digital download front this week…

Dark Lovers is a sexy selection of paranormal erotica from Naomi Willibye for those who are more interested in the darker side of life, featuring an  Evil Queen, a Spider Goddess, a Coven, and a Spirit.

Alison Osias is always a fun read, so I couldn’t resist snapping up Familiar of the Witch and The Small Delights of Fair Folk, a pair of size-difference erotic fairy tale fantasies.

Plundering Her Treasure Chest by Sanibel West is full-length historical romance novel about the daughter of a wealthy baron who escapes being married off to a man she doesn’t even know, only to find herself navigating the seas of romance with a female pirate.

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  1. I swear you find books with the best titles!🤣 I am very tempted to get It Came From the Multiplex, I saw it as a read now on NetGalley, and I want to read SGJ’s story.

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