Stacking The Shelves #20 - The One Where I Attempted To Buy Nothing... And Failed

These past few weeks, I have been feeling ALL THE GUILT when in comes to spending money on buying books, or pretty much anything else. Is this what #adulting feels like, because I think I NEED to get a job and start earning my own money before I spend any of it on myself. Sigh.

Two weeks ago, I WENT TO MY FIRST EVER COMIC CON with two of my closest friends and IT WAS THE BEST EXPERIENCE EVER. I only just unpacked, but it was only because I had to pack for another trip I'm taking, and I'm currently prepping posts for the weekend

I TRIED my hand at not buying books, and while I've stopped pressing that OH SO ENTICING Buy Now button on Amazon, it still hasn't been a complete success.

So, what did I add to my shelves (and the ever-growing, never-ending TBR) over the last two weeks?

From Harper Collins India:

1. The Boy Is Back by Meg Cabot (The Boy, #4)
ACK! I just finished this beauty, and I COMPLETELY FORGOT how much I ADORE Meg Cabot. While Reed and Becky didn't have THAT MUCH chemistry between themselves, the storyline was amazing, and I ended up loving the book nonetheless.

2. The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee (The Thousandth Floor #1)
Pitched as something for fans of Gossip Girl? YES PLEASE. I'm currently binge-ing the TV Show as well, and I am SO EXCITED to start reading this New York based book.

From Scholastic India:

1. The Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Cycle #1)
2. The Dream Thieves by Maggie Stiefvater (The Raven Cycle #2)

I devoured BOTH of these books in under a week (the links will take you to my reviews) and I NEED MORE. The Raven Boys was actually a re-read for me, because I had initially read it three years ago, and it was EVEN BETTER THAN I REMEMBERED. I adore Blue, her Raven Boys (especially Ronan, who is my life) and even her mother and the Gray Man. MORE PLEASE.

From Bloomsbury India:

1. Selfienomics by Revant
Although this is non-fiction, I REALLY love the way this sounds! Being a college kid and going into the job market, and experiencing my first #adulting money problems, this sounds like non-fiction I'm going to need!

From NetGalley:

1. Daughter of the Pirate King by Tricia Levenseller
2. A List of Cages by Robin Roe
3. Alterations by Stephanie Scott


1. Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo
2. Can You Keep A Secret by Sophie Kinsella
3. Remember Me by Sophie Kinsella

What awesome books did you stack onto your shelves this week? Have you read any of these books yet?

I can't wait to hear from all of you! Don't forget to leave your links so I can visit your blogs!

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