Stacking the Shelves (#5)

Covers go to Amazon, text links to goodreads

Remember how last week I said I was trying to limit my incoming books because I’m seriously overbooked and busy with getting back to uni?  Look how good I was this week! Well…kind of…

For review (from NetGalley):

   

Can Animals be Moral? | No turning back

For review (From Publisher/Author/For Tours)

Ember
My defence is that both Can Animals be Moral? and No Turning back are arguably (very vaguely) relevant to my course.

This week on the blog:

What did you receive this week? And how do you restrain yourself when you know you have lots going on but you’re surrounded by books you want?!

8 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves (#5)

  1. I’ve never thought about animals having morals, lol. I hope you review that one! I try to give myself 1 chapter reading breaks when I have a long list of stuff to do, otherwise I go cray cray. Here’s Ours

  2. Uh, I don’t restrain myself when it comes to freebies on Kindle and the .99 cent deals. $2.99 is about my limit when I need to start restraining myself. Take for instance this week, I chose Red Masque of Death over Partials, both $2.99 on Kindle. I controlled the urge to get both 😀 I’m damn proud!!!

    I’ll have to check out Ember – the cover has me curious!! Have a great week!! My Sunday Post/Clock Rewinder

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