Stacking The Shelves/Library Loot

Welcome to my Stacking The Shelves/Library Loot post, hosted by Reading Reality (Stacking the Shelves) and The Captive Reader and Real Life Reading (Library Loot).

One Blog Tour sign up and a few library books this week. I can’t believe that I am getting ready to read Christmas books already!

Blog Tour Sign Up

What Child Is This? by Bonnie Macbird (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

“It’s the season of peace and goodwill, but a Victorian Christmas is no holiday for the world’s most popular detective in this new book from Bonnie MacBird, author of the bestselling Sherlock Holmes novel Art in the Blood.

It’s Christmastime in London, and Sherlock Holmes takes on two cases. The angelic three-year-old child of a wealthy couple is the target of a vicious kidnapper, and a country aristocrat worries that his handsome, favourite son has mysteriously vanished from his London pied à terre. Holmes and Watson, aided by the colourful Heffie O’Malley, slip slide in the ice to ensure a merry Christmas is had by nearly everybody…”

I am on the Blog Tour for this book on 18 October so keep your eyes peeled for my review on here, Amazon, Goodreads, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter!

My Son’s Library Books

Jojo and GranGran Go to the Hairdresser

Book Description From Amazon:

“JoJo and Gran Gran are off to the hairdresser’s! Featuring favourite characters from the hit CBeebies show, this book is perfect for sharing with little JoJo & Gran Gran fans.

JoJo goes to the hairdresser for the first time ever with Gran Gran, and learns all about how much fun it can be to help out. She even has her hair done, too!”

Where’s your eee-orrh? by Lydia Monks

This book is pants by John Kane

My Library book:

Someone in Time by Jonathan Strahan (click for link to Goodreads)

Book Description From Goodreads:

Even time travel can’t unravel love

Time-travel is a way for writers to play with history and imagine different futures – for better, or worse.

When romance is thrown into the mix, time-travel becomes a passionate tool, or heart-breaking weapon. A time agent in the 22nd century puts their whole mission at risk when they fall in love with the wrong person. No matter which part of history a man visits, he cannot not escape his ex. A woman is desperately in love with the time-space continuum, but it doesn’t love her back. As time passes and falls apart, a time-traveller must say goodbye to their soulmate.

With stories from best-selling and award-winning authors such as Seanan McGuire, Alix E. Harrow and Nina Allan, this anthology gives a taste for the rich treasure trove of stories we can imagine with love, loss and reunion across time and space.

Including stories by: Alix E. Harrow, Zen Cho, Seanan McGuire, Sarah Gailey, Jeffrey Ford, Nina Allan, Elizabeth Hand, Lavanya Lakshminarayan, Catherynne M. Valente, Sam J. Miller, Rowan Coleman, Margo Lanagan, Sameem Siddiqui, Theodora Goss, Carrie Vaughn, Ellen Klages

What have you been stacking your shelves with this week?

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15 thoughts on “Stacking The Shelves/Library Loot

    1. Emily Jane Post author

      I would prefer to leave them till later, but Netgalley and the Blog Tour that I am signed up to are offering them with review dates for October so I have just gone for them!


  1. Mark

    I do have one Christmas themed book coming up on my reading list for the end of the month. They usually start about now, although I try to save one or two for December.

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    1. Emily Jane Post author

      I love the colours on it! It is good so far, I just need to spend more time on it!

      My son loves it! Although I have a feeling that he prefers the TV version (which is basically the same!)


    2. Emily Jane Post author

      I love that post that the link takes me too (I haven’t been able to comment on it because you need to sign in to stuff and the computer is all set up for my partner). I can’t believe you got those copies in that condition for that price – amazing!



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