Shelve It: Back from Texas (8/11/2013)

weekly feature to share the books magan and estelle are adding to their bookshelves each week

Your eyes are not playing tricks on you! I actually did one of these!! I did!

This summer was been so busy, friends. I’m sure you can relate. And because I hate to look like a total crazy woman in these v-logs, it’s sometimes hard to prep. But here I am! With some fresh reads, buys, and a recommendation!

It’s all so exciting, really.

P.S. My air conditioner does not make good company during vlogs like Magan does. Sadface.

Books I got in the mail:

The Truth by Michael Palin (Thanks St. Martins Press!) release date 8/13/2013

Just Between Us by J.H. Trumble (Thanks JH!) release date 9/24/2013

Books I bought at BookPeople in Austin:

Better Nate than Never by  Tim Federele

The Extraordinary Secrets of April, May and June by Robin Benway

The Space Between Trees by Katie Williams

Summer of the Gypsy Moths by Sara Pennypacker

Highly recommended + just finished:

Fixing Delilah by Sarah Ockler

And in case you missed it… on the blog this week:

Estelle reviews The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider
Magan reviews Please Ignore Vera Dietz by A.S. King
JOINT Shelve It from Texas: Oh the Fun
Sweet Summertime Reads: We craft and drink things.
A blog tour stop in Lorraine Zago Rosenthal’s NEW MONEY
Estelle reviews A Really Awesome Mess by Brendan Halpin + Trish Cook


 Now it’s your turn! What’s been on your reading agenda? Do you like my Disney shirt? Tell me everything!

8 thoughts on “Shelve It: Back from Texas (8/11/2013)

  1. J.H. Trumble says:

    You were in Austin! Is that where Magan lives?

    I’m doing a release party thingy there at Bookwoman with a couple of other writer friends on September 29. Maybe you could come back! 🙂

  2. Jamie says:

    Curious about that Robin Benway book! You know I’ve loved her others so let me know what you think! I NEED to read Fixing Delilah! Perhaps a library trip shall happen..particularly because I have overdue library more than likely if it’s there!

  3. elena says:

    I really hope you like Better Nate Than Ever! it seems like a v Estelle book. most of the Broadway references flew over my head (I bet it wouldn’t for you!) but it was a fun book and I’m excited for the sequel.

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