Welcome to last Stacking the Shelves of the Summer. It has been a good summer, but a very busy one and I haven't been able to say that in a while. But now, it is time to put summer behind me, break out the fall garland and get my pumpkin spice on. I am ready for cooler weather and Halloween season!
One of the problems I've been having lately is that when I am busy all weekend, I don't have time to take care of some of the necessary stuff, like pay bills, call about my EZ Pass acting up and stuff. Just to give you an idea. I check my email daily on my phone for all the book emails I get daily. Other than that, I have been ignoring my email. I have not been deleting email because when I sit down to take care of that, it takes hours. I looked at my In Box and had 17,211 emails in my In Box. Some are saved as new, but the majority are unread, so I sat here for a few hours deleting email which has got to be one of my least favorite things to do. I ended up deleting or moving to folders 6,216 emails. Sure, I still have over 10,000 emails to sort through and delete, but I did make progress. This is going to be my project for the week. I need to get the volume down to a more manageable level.
Anyhoo, it's possible that was just a stall tactic, so I didn't have to think about writing. I allow myself to get distracted so easily. Or I let Egg distract me. Not the point, though.
So this is my first STS post of the month. The weekends have been very busy. I spent last weekend in Cape May with my niece and sister-in-law and the weekend before doing things with family. My youngest brother is finally home after living in Germany for almost 5 years. I haven't see in him in two years, so it was a wonderful reunion. But this weekend, I gave up the chance to go to the Renaissance Festival so I could write. I said I need my time. So naturally, I took a nap for a few yesterday and I was in full-on Doctor Who mode with the season premier last night. I am the Queen of Procrastination.
Enough about my lameness, though. And before you judge too harshly, I am going to say that the majority of the physical copies I bought were all marked down 40% or more. Sadly, Amazon does not seem to be offering deep discounts like they were this summer. I'm just glad I took advantage.
So without more excuses, here is my haul for the month so far...
Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews.
Deliverance by C.J. Redwine – Used Book
Defiance by C.J. Redwine – Used Book
Fables: The Deluxe Edition Book Eight by Bill Willingham
Fables: Deluxe Edition Book Ten by Bill Willingham
Six Impossible Things by Fiona Wood - Over 40% off
The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones (Mortal Instruments (Promotional Items)) from Running Press
Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens Lost Stars by Claudia Gray - Over 40% off
Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between by Jennifer E. Smith - Over 40% off
Loki's Wolves (Blackwell Pages) by K.L. Armstrong - Over 40% off
The Boyfriend Project by Rachel Hawthorne - Over 40% off
Alice by Christina Henry - Over 40% off
Rogue: The Paladin Prophecy Book 3 by Mark Frost - Over 40% off
Trouble from the Start by Rachel Hawthorne - Over 40% off
Trollhunters by Guillermo del Toro - Over 40% off
Firewalker (The Worldwalker Trilogy) by Josephine Angelini - Over 40% off
The Almost Girl by Amalie Howard – Used Book
Nightmares! The Sleepwalker Tonic by Jason Segel - Over 40% off
Dumplin' by Julie Murphy - Over 40% off
Kindle Books Purchased:
Be with Me: A Novel (Wait for You Book 2) by J. Lynn – Reduced to $.99
Cloaked by Alex Flinn – September Monthly Kindle Deal
The Spiritglass Charade: A Stoker & Holmes Novel by Colleen Gleason - Reduced to $.99
Fame, Glory, and Other Things on My To Do List by Janette Rallison - Reduced to $1.99
Wish You Were Italian: An If Only novel (If Only . . . Book 2) by Kristin Rae - Kindle Daily Deal
Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone - Discounted to $.99
Christopher Moore - Okay. Technically, it was hubby who won, but it was only because I got the email and entered and then forwarded him the email to enter...from Romania. And he won!!! So from a certain perspective (okay, my perspective), I really won since he wouldn't have if I didn't tell him about it.
I'm totally keeping the throx, though.