Good Morning All!

So I’ve recently decided to join the world of memes. I started off this week doing a Top Ten post from The Broke and the Bookish blog and today I’m doing my second one, Stacking the Shelves from Tynga’s Reviews!

More About the Meme:

Stacking the Shelves


Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme created by Tynga at Tynga’s Reviews. The meme is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual.


So here’s what I’ve Stacked my Shelves with this past week!

*All photos of book covers were taken from*

On the Book Shelf:

From a giveaway I won: 

The Infinite Moment of UsSometimes Never, Sometimes AlwaysUses for Boys

Misunderstandings Tiffany KingThe Rules for Breaking


1. The Infinite Moment of Us by Lauren Myracle
2. Sometimes Never, Sometimes Always by Elissa Hoole 
3. Uses for Boys by Erica Scheidt 
4. Misunderstandings by Tiffany King
5. The Rules of Breaking by Ashley Elston 

For Review:

Seven Weeks to Forever

6. Seven Weeks to Forever by Jennifer Farwell

From my own purchases:

Halfway to the GraveLover Awakened by J. R. WardImmortal Rider

7. Halfway to the Grave by Jeaniene Frost (Night Huntress #1)
8. Lover Awakened by J. R. Ward (Book 3 in The Black Dagger Brotherhood)
9. Immortal Rider by Larissa Ione (Lords of Deliverance #2)

On the Kindle:

From my own purchases:

Lost and Found Love Notes Not Until Tonight

10. Lost & Found by Nicole Williams
11. Love Notes by Heather Gunter
12. Not Until Tonight by Jessica Sankiewicz

For Review:

Fever by Melissa PearlThe Legacy

13. Fever by Melissa Pearl
14. The Legacy by Melissa Delport

From the Library: 

Cruel Beauty

15. Cruel Beauty by Rosamund Hodge


Have you read any of these? What’s on your shelves this week? Let me know in the comments below! I’d love to hear from you 🙂 

As Always,

Happy Reading!



1 Comment

  • Kaitlin @ Reading is My Treasure
    21 June 2014 at 11:44 pm

    Welcome to Stacking the Shelves! I love this meme. 🙂 The only one of those books that I’ve read is Cruel Beauty. That book and I . . . we had a love/hate relationship. I had such conflicted feelings about it, but I see how a lot of people would love it.


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