Filling the Shelf – 59
Filling the Shelf is basically Mailbox Monday (this month hosted by Cindy’s Love of Books), but with a title that suits my blog 😀 If you’re interested in joining the fun or seeing what other bloggers added to their shelves, I invite you to visit those two awesome features!
Happy Monday all! I know I am a bit late but it was a very busy day for me. Still, new books arrived and I wanted to share them with you!
I’ve been cleaning up my shelves a lot, and many books will be donated, which only makes me feel half as bad about my TBR pile. Before April, I was reading more books than I was buying, and I want to go back to that plan in May. Wish me luck! 🙂
The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbauch
The Map of True Places by Brunonia Barry (I read The Lace Reader last fall and really liked it, so I had to read this one)
Grave Mercy by Robin LaFevers
Everneath by Brodi Ashton
Cinder by Marissa Meyer
Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris
What did you add to your shelves recently? Have you read one of these two books?
Good luck with your awesome goal. I look forward to your thoughts on The Language of Flowers 🙂
A few days ago I picked up copies of The Selection by Kiera Cass, Switched by Amanda Hocking, and Divergent by Veronica Roth. Posted my review of the Selection last night and now I am plowing through Divergent.
I haven’t heard of too many of these, only Cinder. Which one do you think you’ll read first?
I need to read Everneath, Hinder and Grave Mercy very soon. I hope you enjoy them 🙂
You’re in for a treat with The Language of Flowers!! It’s wonderful.
Sounds like some great reading ahead for you
The Language of Flowers was my favorite read of the year so far, and Cinder was great too. I hope that you enjoy all your new reads, and I look forward to hearing what you think about them all!
I’ve seen a lot of people with Everneath on their shelf. Not sure it’s mine kind of read though.
Girl Who Reads
I picked up a copy of The Language of Flowers at BEA last year (it was getting promoted pretty heavily and sounded really good), but I never got around to reading it.