Stacking the Shelves

If it's Monday, then it must be time for Mailbox Monday, a weekly meme that provides a virtual gathering place for bloggers (and readers) to share the books that came their way over the past week. Originally hosted by Marcia, of To Be Continued..., it has since become something of a book tour, with a new host each month. This month's host seems to be MIA this morning, so please enter your links below:

Just the one new title for review (I'm trying to catch up on my existing titles), courtesy of Joseph D'Lacey, who will be stopping by next month in celebration of his bestselling 'eco-horrors' Meat and Garbage Man.

I did, however, nab several interesting Kindle reads - which convert very nicely in Calibre if, like me, you have a different e-reader:

As for what we're reading, the team has reviews coming up over the next 2 weeks for:

What's topping your shelves this week?


  1. Definitely want to catch your review of King Breaker.

  2. I haven't read any of those, but it looks like you have some fun reading ahead of you! I hope you enjoy all you got :)

    Here's my STS!

  3. I haven't heard of these but happy reading!

    Tsuki’s STS

  4. Meat sounds absolutely disturbing, in the best possible way. Enjoy your books! :)

    New Linky follower. My STS

  5. Wow this book looks scary! I have to check this one out. :D
    Happy reading!

    My haul

  6. King Breaker looks interesting. I hope we both enjoy Apocalypse. Thanks for stopping by my STS .

  7. Thanks for stepping up to host MM in September!

  8. Thanks for hosting MM. I have a Nook and as of yet haven't downloaded any e-books, outside of B&N. I might check into getting an ipad. Have a great week!

  9. PHARAOH and KING BREAKER interest me, Bob!

  10. THANKS for hosting this month.

    I had an empty mailbox, but that is perfectly fine with me. ENJOY your read.

    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  11. Thanks for hosting MM this month. Enjoy your new reads :)

  12. Enjoy! your reading week.

  13. You've got some interesting, and dark, titles coming up.
    Hmm - I like your Amazon book linking. Thanks for hosting.


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