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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 store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks! Click on the link under the book to find its page on Goodreads or Smashwords.
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Hello and welcome to a new week! Can you believe it's the middle of February already??? Time flies when you're having lots of booky fun! Yes I'm pleased to report that I haven't hit a reading slump yet and I'm still happy with progress. My aim was to get the tbr down to 550 books by the end of February and I'm only 2 books away from that target at the moment, which is exciting! My next target is to hit 500 tbrs left by the end of March. Fingers crossed I get close to it. We'll see how it goes!
This week has been a good reading week despite having a minor viral cold thing that has left me really tired. Thankfully, my books have all been tempting enough that I've been able to keep reading, though a bit slower than usual! I've picked up some vampires and zombies this week which is always exciting- I might need to split them over two STS to stop me buying more this week! I have a couple of books ordered that are coming from America so I'm not sure if they will make it to next STS or if they will come later. Exciting times though when you know those books are coming!
Lets look then at what I got this week. The Owl and the Japanese Circus is one that I've seen everywhere over the last few months and I'm curious enough to give it a go. It sounds a bit different anyway. I've read the first book in the series by John G Hartness and it was funny and action packed, so I took the chance to grab a few more in the series. Raising Hell is a novella in the world of Dracula so I thought I'd give that one a try and see if I like it. I plan to tackle it this week hopefully. And who can resists zombies on the Titanic?