Stacking The Shelves

Stacking The Shelves is all about sharing the books we are adding to our shelves, whether they be physical or digital. This includes physical books bought, digital books downloaded, and those titles received for review.

Review Titles

A pair of review titles this week courtesy of Orbit Books, Broken Wings Media and Rajeev Singh.

THE SHADOW OF THE GODS by John Gwynne is an epic of wild lands and wilder magic, where not all monsters fight with tooth and claw...

This is the age of storm and murder.

After the old gods warred and drove themselves to extinction, the cataclysm of their fall shattered the land of Vigrio.

Now, power-hungry jarls carve out petty kingdoms, and monsters stalk the shadow-haunted woods and mountains. A world where the bones of the dead gods still hold great power, promising fame and fortune for those brave - or desperate - enough to seek them out.

As whispers of war echo over the plains and across the fjords, fate follows the footsteps of three people: a huntress searching for her missing son, a jarl''s daughter who has rejected privilege in pursuit of battle fame, and a thrall who has cast off his chains and now fights alongside the famed mercenaries known as the Bloodsworn.

All three will shape the fate of the world, as it once more teeters on the edge of chaos.


CRESCENDO by Lilith K. Duat is a first-time lesbian rock star romance that releases next month...

In an era of Britneys and Christinas, 17 year old April Lee hit it big with her debut album "This Girl Punx", and the hit singles "Skid Sister" and "Confusion".
She was top of the charts and took the pop-punk world by storm. Now, at 22, she's hit rock-bottom.

May Hart is a Victorian goth fae princess. She’s all tortured wailing and flowy skirts. Snow white skin, jet black hair, ice blue-grey eyes. She’s part Ice queen, part murder of crows. As front-woman for the band Ethereal, her haunting vocals made hits out of the songs “Plastic Garden”, “The Eternal” and “Take me from Death”. Now is the time to go solo. Can she succeed? Of course she can.

When both women are tapped to record the theme-song to a new super hero movie, they begin to grow close. But the business is very two faced and both April and May carry with them dark secrets. Can they look past each other's hurt and find love and stellar careers?


TRY DYING by Rajeev Singh is a slice of extreme horror from an acquaintance of S.B. Medina, my horror-writing alter ego, and author I've enjoyed before ...

A gorehound with loads of money runs into the ultimate prize of a sadist – a woman who loves being cut within an inch of her life.

But there is more to her than the average world-weary broad with a death wish.

She has made a habit of the business of dying.

A habit that she wants to kick with a vengeance.

Join the duo on a wild ride where blood is thinner than water and death is as elusive as the holy grail.


New Acquisitions: Paperback Treasures

A few online purchases arrived this week, including the sequel to one of my favorite books from last year and a pair of titles from a new author I'm super excited about.



The Copper Scroll by Robyn Nyx is a sequel to 2019's The Golden Trinity, which was the most fun I'd had between a covers that year. It reunites Rayne Marcellus (tomb-raider) and Chase Stinsen (serious archaeologist) for an adventure that has nothing less than the Ark of the Covenant as a prize.

Dancing in the Darkness is the first book in The Alpha Gods by Lexa Luthor, a sci-fi F/F romance Omegaverse novel with a cliffhanger ending, while Of Iron and Gold is the first book in The Kingdoms Of Gyldren, a standalone fantasy romance F/F Omegaverse novel.

New Acquisitions: Digital Titles

No digital downloads this week...what with the roadkill e-reader and all.

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