Stacking the Shelves: February 2016

February 27th, 2016 12:00 pm by Kelly Garbato

2016-02-17 - Miss Peregrine Calendar - 0001 [flickr]

Quirk Books was giving out free Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar calendars for the New Year and I was lucky enough to get one! Which is pretty rad, on account of it’s February and I’ve neglected to buy a 2016 calendar. Plus it’s hella creepy and just my style.

Also? Really digging the mini-style calendars. The edges don’t curl downwards with time, like on the regular sized ones.

2016-02-17 - Rennie & Santa Hedgehog - 0001 [flickr]

A million thanks to Mindy McGinnis for this ARC of My Life With the Liars. 2016 is shaping up to be the year of kids escaping from creepy cults, and I couldn’t be more psyched.

(Rennie, on the other hand? A little less impressed. She thinks I have more than enough books as it is, okay? JEEZ MOM GET SOME HELP ALREADY!)

2016-02-05 - Book Mail - 0003 [flickr]

In honor of Supergirl (which I keep meaning to DVR and then promptly forgetting! booooo me!), Switch Press hosted a twitter giveaway of Lois lane: Fallout, and I won! Thanks guys!

2016-02-04 - From Penguin - 0002 [flickr]

I also scored a galley of Parker Peevyhouse’s Where Futures End, which I have been looking forward to for like forever. Okay, autumn-ish. Just feels like forever.

I also snagged a few great deals on ebooks this month:

  • Hello? by Liza M. Wiemer ($0.99)
    For review on NetGalley:

  • The Girls by Emma Cline
  • Listen to Me by Hannah Pittard
  • The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi
  • Fellside by M.R. Carey
  • The Last One: A Novel by Alexandra Oliva
  • Everyday Sexism by Laura Bates
  • Shelter Dogs in a Photo Booth by Guinnevere Shuster
  • Fowl Language: I Used to Be Cool and Do Cool Things by Brian Gordon
  • Every Heart a Doorway (Every Heart A Doorway #1) by Seanan McGuire
  • Adulthood is a Myth: A “Sarah’s Scribbles” Collection by Sarah Andersen
  • Miss Moon: Wise Words from a Dog Governess by Janet Hill
    For review on Edelweiss:

  • Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools by Monique W. Morris
  • The Fireman by Joe Hill

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    One Response to “Stacking the Shelves: February 2016”

    1. Kristopher Dukes Says:

      I was going to write something semi-eloquent about the cover of f Parker Peevyhouse’s “Where Futures End” but #fuckyeahreading #isthebest

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