Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Stacking the Shelves | March 2015

It's the end of the month, you know what that means! Another Stacking the Shelves!

I've been in a major reading slump this week, however I have gained a few books. I gained four physical books and two ebooks, and I've actually read 4 of them, so my TBR hasn't grown by that much!

1. Bad Feminist by Roxane Gay 


My school was actually giving away free copies of this book for a discussion. So of course I took the book, but unfortunately I wasn't able to attend the discussion. This is actually, probably, the first nonfiction book I read voluntarily and I really really enjoyed it. I love hearing about other people's views and arguing for my own beliefs so it was really an interesting read. 


2. Soaring Through Stars by Rajdeep Paulus 

Unfortunately I don't have a cover to show you guys, but I will be doing a cover reveal later in the month, so stay tuned for that. This is the third book in Paulus's Swimming Through Clouds series and it was also featured in my 2015 Most Anticipated Releases. It was a fantastic opportunity to be able to get to read this book early and help promote it. I definitely recommend Swimming Through Clouds, it was an absolutely fantastic read. I'll link my reviews to the first two books down below



3. Fairest by Marissa Meyer 


If you've seen my Stacking the Shelves post last month, you know that I've been obsessed with this series, so of course I had to get this little novella. (Btw my reviews of the Lunar Chronicles still haven't gone up but I promise they will). My entire reasoning behind this purchase was to get to read the little sneak peek of Winter at the end so I could get some Kaider action...of course my version didn't have that one chapter. 




This book was actually gifted to me by a couple friends (I'm really hoping there was no secret meaning behind it). I've grown kind of an obsession for Mindy Kaling. She's funny, she's quirky and it's honestly so great to read about. Everything about her life is interesting. This book inspired me to watch her show: The Mindy Project, and it's fantastic. I really enjoyed this book. 


5. From the Ashes by Shelby Morrison


This book was sent to be by the author in order to debut for its release on May 3rd! It's a YA fantasy novel, that's about all I know about it, but look at that cover! It's gorgeous! I'm so exciting to read this beautiful book!


6. Everything About You- Moriah McStay


I actually just got this book today from my library to read and review. The premise sounds really interesting, has aspects of parallel universes in it, which I love. I'm really excited to dive into this book as well!

What books have you guys added to your bookshelves this month? Both physical and electronic? Let me know in the comments below!