Filling the Shelf – 241

Posted by on February 20, 2017 12:32 am in Book talk | 7 comments

Welcome to Filling the Shelf, or as many of you know it, Mailbox Monday! If you’re interested in joining the fun or seeing what other bloggers added to their shelves, click away! (but beware, visiting other mailboxes will probably add to your neverending wishlist!)

Hello hello!

How was your week? Here we had a beautiful week of snow again, though now the weather is warmer and everything is melting away. I love the snow so it saddens me a bit to see it go, but hopefully winter isn’t over yet. I’d love a bit of snow again before spring comes!

On the good side of news, I did manage to write two reviews this week for The Impossible Fortress and Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, two books I really enjoyed.

Four new books were added to my shelves this week. I have to say, I am in love with Swimming Lessons’ cover. It’s just so pretty, I could put it on my wall (of course, the story also intrigues me!) And All Our Wrong Todays just has one of the most intriguing story I’ve seen recently, I can’t wait to read it.


Swimming Lessons by Claire Fuller – All Our Wrong Todays by Jason Elan Mastai


A List of Cages by Robin Roe – History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera

What books did you recently add to your shelves?



  1. Spring arrived in my area over the weekend – about 2 months early so I think the groundhog got it wrong 🙂
    I hope you love your new books!

  2. We’ve hardly had any winter, which makes me very happy. I’ve heard good things about All Our Wrong Todays.

  3. Swimming Lessons is on my wish list. Enjoy your week, and thanks for sharing.


  4. All Our Wrong Todays has a very interesting title.

    ENJOY it and all of your books.

    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  5. All four look good but especially All Our Wrong Todays. Sorry the warm weather is melting your pretty snow.
    Happy Reading!

  6. I am not a fan of snow so it makes me very happy that we have had almost none in Chicago this season.

    I read All Our Wrong Todays a few weeks ago – a different take on the time-travel genre. I liked it.

  7. All of these look really good. Enjoy!!


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