Stacking the Shelves: November 12, 2022

Stacking The Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Marlene of Reading Reality. It’s all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, books for review from authors, NetGalley, or publishers,  gifts or books you won. If you click on a cover, it will take you to Goodreads. 

Since I didn’t post this last week, I included the last two weeks of books.

Book Mail:

I received The Stars Undying and Stone Blind from the publishers (Thank you!), and the author sent me a copy of More Than Falling In Love. I started The Stars Undying, but I’m struggling to get into it. More Than Falling In Love is my next read, and I’m saving Stone Blind for December.


I received 12 eBooks this week. most were from NetGalley or the publishers except for Bond Bitten, The Sea Siren of Broadwater Bottom, and Shadow Pawn, which came from the authors. And the fabulous Chris @ Bilblio Nerd Reflections sent me a copy of A Marvelous Light. Thanks so much, Chris!!

Of the thirteen books I received, I’ve already read six, and I’m halfway through The Sea Siren of Broadwater Bottom. After that, I think I’m going to read either A Ruinous Fate or Witcha Gonna Do? depending on my mood.

How was your week? Did you haul any good books? Comment below!

3 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves: November 12, 2022

  1. I was struggling so much with my ARC of The Stars Undying that I had to DNF it. It was putting me in a slump because I dreaded opening it. I really thought I would like it because the idea of queer Cleopatra and Caesar in space sounded so exciting, but the writing was overly complicated and the world-building was very hard to follow. It also just all felt really dull, and I was bored out of my mind reading it. I hope you end up liking it more than I did.

    1. I’m struggling too. I don’t think I’m going to finish it either. I agree- The pacing is so slow, and it’s hard to follow. Great premise, not so great execution.

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