Stacking the Shelves (7) & Weekly Wrap-up (5)

Stacking The Shelves is a meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews where you share what books you've acquired from various places throughout the week 

Hey everyone! So you might have noticed that we haven’t done Sts or Weekly Wrap-up for the past few weeks. We decided to wait till we had a lot more stuff to compile, but here we are! In speaking of, we have been unhappy with the amount of reviews we have been putting out, and for any comments we are behind on, we apologize. It’s a little harder than we expected, managing real life, and a book blog, as well all our other hobbies, but this has been such an amazing experience, we will try our hardest to make The Sisters’ Tale as best as it possibly can be. But it’s a learning experience as we went into this completely blind, having really no clue what it took to run a book blog, so your patience is appreciated. We are trying to find a system that works for us, and we will try our hardest to keep reviews coming out in a more timely manner. We have some pretty great stuff coming up, so stay tuned!

So over the past few weeks, we managed to get some absolutely incredible stuff! It's very exciting. Susan and I have been doing a ton of reading. Hit us up with the comments below with your Sts! We'd love to hear from you all! <3

I've decided to just combine our lists this week..


Days of Blood and Starlight by Laini Taylor (Check out my review here)

Meant to Be by Lauren Morrill (For Review)

Hard Bitten (Chicagoland Vampires #4) by Chloe Neill 

The Better Part of Darkness (Charlie Madigan #1) by Kelly Gay

Spider's Bite (Elemental Assassin #1) by Jennifer Estep

The Shadow Reader (Mackenie Lewis #1) by Sandy Williams

The Demon Trapper's Daughter by Jana Oliver 

Catching Jordan (Catching Joradan #1) by Miranda Kenneally

The Brightest Kind of Darkness by P.T. Michelle 

From the library:

Mystic City by Theo Lawrence (For Review)

Time Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone (For Review)

The Evolution of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin (For Review)

Rootless by Chris Howard (For Review)

Dark Star by Bethany Frenette 

Glitch by Heather Anastasiu (For Review)

Twice Bitten (Chicagoland Vampires, #3) by Chloe Neill

Bloodfever (Fever, #2) Karen Marie Moning

Faefever (Fever, #3) Karen Marie Moning

Magic Bites (Kate Daniels #1) by Ilona Andrews

Breathe by Sarah Crossan (For Review)

This is Not a Drill by Beck McDowell (For Review)

Burning Blue by Paul Griffin (For Review)

In my mail:

Father Gaetano's Puppet Catechism by Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden (Thanks to St. Martin's Press!)

 In The Shadow of Blackbirds SWAG

This is a special edition of our weekly wrap-up, since this is weeks worth of posts. We will eventually be putting out monthly wrap-ups, so stay tuned for that! 






  1. Need to get Days of Blood and Starlight since I own book 1. Jealous over Catching Jordan. And I also got the Brightest kind of Darkness this week.

    Awesome haul and happy reading ;)

    Jennifer @ Dream Reads

  2. Wow, so many of these I need to find a copy of, nice job!

    I'm a new follower :D Here is my book haul

  3. OOoh very nice! I loooved the Fever series! Still need to fit in when I read Iced! And I got to read the latest Chicagoland Vampires novel! Happy Reading!

    Here's my STS

    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  4. Ohh! The Fever series is fantastic. The 6th book just came out in Dani O'Malley's POV and she's hilarious. She's only 14 in this book, but she's pretty wise/funny for her age. Lots of smexy scenes too!

    Also, This is Not a Drill reminds me of the Boy Meets World Halloween episode where they're trapped in the school... don't know if you've seen it, but it's equal parts funny and scary!

    Thanks for sharing your great book haul!

  5. Yay for Christopher Golden and Mike Mignola especially!


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