Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga’s Reviews
This month has been sort of chaotic, but (mostly) in a good way. The start things off, I got to go to a Divergent screening in Seattle, which was all sorts of crazy and absolute fun! Other highlights of this month include getting a new blog design, and participating in Bloggiesta, and starting to design others blogs! In the real world I’ve been failing at school work, babysitting too much, and watching Netflix!
Lucky me, I found some great books for fairly cheap! The first three all came from Half Priced Books, the next two came from Amazon ($4 each!) and Insurgent from B&N. I got it with the hopes that I could get it signed, along with the other two books, at the Divergent Red Carpet in Seattle, but because of a miscommunication, I missed the chance to meet Jai Courtney and Miles Teller (who are both incredibly talented and handsome!)
- The Fairy Tales Retold Challenge quarterly Link-Up is open until April 1st, and you can enter to win a fairy tale book, too
- I reviewed the funtastic GOING ROGUE by Robin Benway
- I joined Rachael’s Rapunzel Read-a-Thon
- I review the dauntless film, DIVERGENT
- I joined Brianna’s Write On Review-a-Thon
- I showed off my new blog design
- I joined Spring Bloggiesta, which was a ton of fun
- I spread the word about AudioFile’s amazing Summer program, SYNC
- I spread the word about the super cute GRIMMTASTIC GIRLS series
- I discussed why I’m tired of Dystopia
The Kiss of Deception by Mary E. Pearson
I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about this book, so I can’t wait to dig in!
Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin by Liesl Shurtliff
Towering by Alex Flinn
The School For Good and Evil by Soman Chainani
Three super cute fairy tales!
Pivot Point by Kasie West
Split Second by Kasie West
I love Pivot Point, so I’m super excited to have copies of both books!
Blogged This Week
Read This Month
Infinite by Jodi Meadows
The Comedy of Errors by William Shakespeare
Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstilstkin by Liesl Shurtliff
A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare
Towering by Alex Flinn
Not nearly what I’d have hoped for, but finding reading time is hard these days!
Watch for Next Month
How was your week? Leave links in the comments below!