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My Crazy Life This Week
Well. 2020 has been quite the decade so far this year, hasn’t it? Yeah. I know, sarcasm is one of my strong points. 🙂
I haven’t done a Stacking the Shelves for a long time, too long actually – so I figured it was time to jump back in. Plus, I may not have done my own for a while but I’m still following the meme for new book recommendations from all of you.
It’s still a crazy world out there. I have a loved one who is at great risk should he contract COVID-19 so we have pretty much been in our own lockdown since February 2020. Maybe the nicest thing I’ve been told during this time is… “Do some shopping therapy now, we all need an escape.” And my escape is books (and plants, and dragon tee-shirts) so I’m certainly not going to turn away that gift horse pulling a wagon full of books, right? I won’t bore you with my up-to-the-minute book haul from the past weeks – but I can share what I bought or received as ARCs from NetGalley last week.
But… be ready for next week, for I’ve still got to go to NetGalley and check out the new releases and you know what’s happening right now don’t you? The Christmas romances are starting to appear like fireflies at twilight so I’ll be adding those to my NetGalley shelf for certain.
Anyway, this week I picked up:
Any Rogue Will Do by Bethany Bennett (The beginning of the Misfits of Mayfair series) — and — Joy to the Wolves by Terry Spear (The beginning of the Red Wolf series) over at NetGalley. See? I wasn’t too bad at all this past week (I think I’m saving space for scrolling later today and the Christmas releases muhahaha)
I did pick up: (these are Goodreads links to the titles – and the ones above as well)
As Long As I Have You by Bella Andre, the beginning of the London Sullivans series
In all, it wasn’t a huge haul of books (for me, anyway) but ones that definitely caught my interest. I love to get started immediately on a new series instead of having to catch up so those NetGalley finds (and I love any of Terry Spear’s series) were great gems for me.
I hope you found some great new books to dive into during these crazy times. Be safe, and happy reading!