Stacking the Shelves ~ 3/21/20

Happy Saturday! I hope at least you are finding things to be happy about today and that you’re feeling blessed amidst all the craziness. Today we’re celebrating my mom’s birthday. Her birthday isn’t until April and my mom lives just next door on our property, but we’ll be cutting ourselves off from her tomorrow. She is a nurse on the heart floor at our local hospital, and it was decided to make that the ground zero for the worst patients in our area as of yesterday. She’s off until tomorrow, though, so we’re going to celebrate today and spend our last day with her in who knows how long. We’ll still be able to shout across the yard and have phone calls on the days she gets home early enough or if she gets days off. We’re just going to make the best of our situation.

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Stacking The Shelves is hosted at Tynga’s Reviews/Reading Reality and is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!


~ARCs~

None this week

~Physical Copies~

None this week

~Kindle Unlimited~

None this week

~E-books~


There are several authors sharing some serious love through free books as so many of us are enduring quarantine. I already owned a bit of them, but I still found some of these this week that I didn’t already own. If you head to Amazon be sure to always check prices.

~Borrows~

 

~Gifted/Won~

None this week

~Unboxings~

None this week

Did you add anything to your shelves this week? Are you doing anything fun with your family to combat the quarantines, or are you in an area not heavily affected yet? Here in Louisiana we can leave our homes but we can’t congregate in groups of 10 or more. 

Happy Reading,
Alison

15 thoughts on “Stacking the Shelves ~ 3/21/20

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  2. Emma Scott is always good for an intense, angsty, and emotional romance. I liked both those books. Boo to separation, but it’s nice that you get to see your mom and celebrate before she goes to the war zone. I hope she stays healthy and safe, while helping others through this

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  3. Happy (early) birthday to your mom. I’m so sorry about the separation but it’s certainly understandable why it’s needed. I’ll be thinking good thoughts for her safety.

    I loved The Family Upstairs. I listened to it on audio and it was so well done. I was still thinking about it days after I’d finished it.

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    • Thanks! We had a nice day with my mom today. I’m only 4 chapters into The Family Upstairs so far, so I really haven’t gotten into it good yet. Glad to hear you enjoyed it so much!

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