Stacking The Shelves is 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 stores or online bookshops, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course eBooks. Hosted by Tyngas Reviews.
● If you enjoy my blog, why not vote for me as part of the Best Australian Blogs competition. Also on the list are the awesome The Notebook Sisters, Happy Indulgence and more. Simply Click Here and vote for your favourite Aussie blog (I'm listed under Diva Booknerd). If you're an Aussie blogger, let us know if you've entered in the comments below.
● This week a group of Aussie YA reviewers got together and created a group on Goodreads. Australian YA Bloggers offers a chance to network with other bloggers and publishers such as Penguin Teen Australia, Harper Collins, Harlequin Teen Australia, Allen and Unwin and more. Click to join, all you need is a blog and review YA books, and of course be an Aussie.
● Indie author Christina Channelle is holding a cover reveal for the third book in her Blood Crave series. There's an awesome giveaway and a coupon code for a free Blood Crave novella giveaway. Just Click Here to take part.
● You've still got time to enter the Nymph: The Love Oracles giveaway Here
I was completely spoilt this week and there may have been cover stroking involved when these titles arrived. With thanks as usual to the publishers, who never tire of supporting Aussie bloggers and our fangirling over pretty covers.
Fire & Flood by Victoria Scott. With thanks to Scholastic Australia. When this arrived along with Nine: The Last Thirteen by James Phelan (not pictured, wasn't able to find a stock photo), I was absolutely thrilled. I'm a huge fan of her Dante Walker series and can't wait to get stuck into this one. Nine will need to wait a while, I haven't got a copy of the last book in the series and will need to track one down.
Alexander Altmann A10567 by Melbourne author Suzy Zail. This looks incredible, when Walker Books popped this up on their website, I was itching to grab a copy. It's based on a true story. Have an extra copy to giveaway, so keep an eye out for more details.
A Confusion of Princes by Garth Nix. Another awesome Melbourne author, a new cover on an old favourite of many, with thanks to the incredible Allen and Unwin. A science fiction, fantasy space opera, this one is going to skyrocket to the top of my pile.
and Admission (Pandora Jones: Book One) by Barry Jonsberg. Good grief how I love the premise of this one. I would have offered Allen and Unwin an endless supply of cake. Pandora is set to be the next Katniss, captured and detained inside a prison where children are trained in survival, while her family succumbed to a deadly plague. Ohhh, this is what bookgasms are made of.
What are you stacking your shelves with this week?