Stacking the Shelves (#12)


Stacking the Shelves is hosted at Tynga’s Reviews where all the books we got recently would be featured – both physical and digital.

My haul this week includes…



My library ban is obviously not working. Despite being extremely disappointed with my lack of self-control, I’m still insanely excited about getting my hands on these books! I’ve been waiting for Of Triton to be available at the library for nearly a year and have also been going on and on about how I can’t wait to read The Winner’s Curse (Its high fantasy! YAY!).

I know I’ve been pretty sparse this week because of starting at a new school and there’s this pretty important dance competition coming up. With all that, I’ve not have had much time to read nor review. Hopefully, I’ll figure out a schedule for myself soon because there’s no way I’m leaving the blogosphere anytime soon yet at the same time, I definitely need good grades. Here’s to a spectacular school year – and better time management skills – ahead!

What books have you been stacking your shelves with this week?


22 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (#12)

    1. I heard that the protagonist was kind of a jerk but the theory of the book still really interests me! I hope that I’ll like it despite the not-so-flattering reviews I’ve read so far. Thanks for stopping by!


    1. I hope Fire & Flood will be as good as many people have said it is! I just checked out the Goodreads page for Salt & Stone; whoa, almost a whole year to go! I feel for you girl, sometimes I wish series could just be published all at once even though that’s completely illogical.


  1. Hi, there!

    Here’s another chosen one who has stumbled upon your GREAT blog! And I am now fangirling about your book treasures for this week’s STS post!! You guys have gotten the very same books I want SO DESPERATELY to get!!! Lucky you!!

    Needless to say, I am now following you with Bloglovin’, and have liked your FB page.

    Thanks for sharing, and happy reading!! : )


    1. It really means a lot to us that there are viewers out there who are interested in all our bookish adventures; the internet can seem pretty quiet and deserted at times! Anyway, thank you so much for following and for your well wishes! Oh, don’t worry too, we’ll be right here in the blogosphere up to all sort of bookish and fangirly mischief for a long time to come. ;)


  2. OMG! I’m also from Singapore and a 18 year old book blogger. I just read the winner’s curse and I felt that it did not deserve the hype it got. And I have always wanted to read Anna Banks’ series


    1. Eep! ANOTHER BLOGGER FROM SINGAPORE! We are definitely an endangered species. And that’s sad to hear about The Winner’s Curse but I a pretty visual person so that cover still gives me high hopes. It helps that fantasy is my favorite genre too! How long have you been blogging? Oh my, I simply CANNOT contain my excitement at discovering another Singaporean blogger, sorry if I’m coming off creepily psyched about this!



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