Saturday, April 25, 2015

Stacking the Shelves [90]

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews where we get to show off the books we've won, bought, or otherwise received in the past week. If a book catches your eye, *click* the picture to go to the Goodreads page of that book.

New from Netgalley:

Becoming Darkness by Lindsay Francis Brambles
To Live and Dine in Dixie by Angela Jill Cooley
Goodnight Hockey by Michael Dahl
Guide to Knife & Ax Throwing by Dieter Fhrer
The Call of the Wild Werewolf by Jack London, Carl Waters

Fabulous Freebies:


In My Email Inbox:

Joshua and the Lightning Road by Donna Galanti
Billy Bobble Makes A Magic Wand by R.S. Mellette

In My Mailbox:


What about you?


  1. Becoming Darkness looks good :)
    Nice haul and happy reading

    Maura @

  2. Great haul this week! I've not heard of any of these until now but I hope you enjoy them all. Happy reading! :)
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

  3. Hmmm, I've never heard of any of these! I hope you enjoy all of your new books.

    Thanks for visiting my blog! Have a lovely week :)

    Alyssa @ The Eater of Books!

  4. I'm not familiar with these books but I hope you enjoy them!
    ~Ailsa @ The Book Bundle
    My StS post

  5. Hi,
    I'm glad you're getting an early look at my novel, BECOMING DARKNESS. I'll keep my fingers crossed that you like it, since writers like me count on readers like you to get word out about our work. The book doesn't officially release until October of this year, but there seems to be growing number of readers out there eager to have a crack at it. It's billed as something of a mash-up, which is a fair description, given that it embodies elements of alternate history, dystopian, paranormal, thriller, mystery, romance, gothic and maybe a few other genres. I'm hoping readers will find it to be something a little different from everything else out there and gravitate toward it.

    It has been a long time getting to this point. My agent sold the book to Switch Press back in the fall of 2013, but such is the nature of the traditional publishing industry, that it is common for a book to take 18 months to two years to run through the system. That's not counting the time my agent and I spent working the book over or the time she spent selling it.

    Anyway, I just want to say again that I'm pleased you got a copy and I wish you happy reading!

    Lindsay Brambles