Stacking The Shelves and Showcase Sunday #1

Posted February 3, 2013 by Stephanie in Showcase Sunday, Stacking The Shelves / 11 Comments

Stacking The Shelves hosted by Tynga @ Tynga’s Reviews and Showcase Sunday hosted by Vicky @ Books, Biscuits, and Tea are weekly memes where we can highlight our newest books or bookish swag we bought, borrowed, downloaded or received.





 
~Bought:
Blood Prophecy by Alyxandra Harvey
Lullaby by Amanda Hocking
Othello by William Shakespeare
As You Like It by William Shakespeare
Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare

~From Library:
The Blue Door by André Brink
The White Queen by Philippa Gregory

~For Review:
Awakened by Inger Iversen 

~Freebies:
Stalk Me by Jillian Dodd (Amazon)
Entangled by Nikki Jefford (Kobo)
Demon Kissed by H.M. Ward (Kobo)
The Iron Butterfly by Chandra Hahn (Kobo)
Alone: The Girl in the Box by Robert J. Crane (Kobo)


Got some great books this week. Blood Prophecy finally arrived from The Book Depository. So happy about this. I’m also currently reading it. 😀 (And look it’s Daemon from Lux on the cover! And Katy.) 
Also got some Shakespeare books from TBD because they were really cheap. Loving those books!
I found Lullaby in a bookstore so I just had to get it of course. I’m dying to know how this story continues.:)
I went to the library and found The White Queen, I’ve heard so many great things about this author so I borrowed it. Also got The Blue Door by Andre Brink. Sounds mysterious. 
And then I received Awakened by Inger Iversen! So freaking excited about this one and so glad that I already got it so thank you, Inger! 😀
Also got some awesome looking freebies! ^_^ 



11 responses to “Stacking The Shelves and Showcase Sunday #1

  1. Ooh some good looking books there! I've heard a lot of good things about Philippa Gregory too, but haven't read anything from her yet. Hope you enjoy! And have a lovely week! 🙂

  2. kit

    Love the Shakespeare additions to your collection – I studied Othello and Romeo & Juliet at school/college, and really enjoyed them both, although my favourite is probably Much Ado About Nothing. Hope you enjoy all your books this week!

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