Sunday Post – 1/17/16

Posted January 17, 2016 by Melissa in Added to the Bookshelf | 32 Comments

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 Notes from Melissa

Don’t forget to sign up for my 5th Annual Witches & Witchcraft Reading Challenge!!

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2016 Witches &a Witchcraft Reading Challenge


 Recently on Melissa’s Eclectic Bookshelf

What I Read The Last 2 Weeks

The 5th Wave (The 5th Wave #1) – Rick Yancey
Someone Else’s Love Story (Shandi Pierce #1) – Joshilyn Jackson (Audiobook)
Oryx and Crake (MaddAddam #1) – Margaret Atwood (Audiobook)
The Infinite Sea (The 5th Wave #2) – Rick Yancey

What I Am Reading Today

The Paris Key – Juliet Blackwell (Audiobook) )
All the Light We Cannot See – Anthony Doerr

Current Giveaways

♥ Signed copy of ON THIN ICING, Triple chocolate cookie mix, Alpine spiced cider, Collection of Stash teas, Collection of gourmet hot chocolates, Oxford tea towel

Added to the Bookshelf

Library Loot

The Paris Key by Juliet Blackwell
Oryx and Crake (MaddAddam #1) by Margaret Atwood


The Infinite Sea (The 5th Wave #2) by Rick Yancey
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr

Review Consideration

Every Anxious Wave by Mo Daviau

That’s all for me this week! What new goodies have arrived on your doorstep? Leave me a link in the comments and I’ll come check out your post!

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32 responses to “Sunday Post – 1/17/16

  1. Every time I see mention of your Witches and Witchcraft Challenge, I think maybe I should join. I don’t know if I want to commit to another challenge though. I love stories about magic and witches though . . . So tempting. I will probably end up reading All the Light We Cannot See at some point. I have been resistent–for no good reason, admittedly. The Paris Key sounds good! I hope you have a great week, Melissa!

  2. I’m surprised you didn’t read The Fifth Wave before! It was so huge, I thought I was the only one who didn’t read it. I had no clue what it was about before but I kept seeing it win awards and our library was getting posters, etc. I should’ve paid more attention b/c it sounds fabulous! I’m curious what you’ll think of the movie if you see it 😉

    Your giveaway has me salivating on the computer… *slurp* ewwww 😉

    Have a great week!!!
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  3. I will miss the Witches and Witchcraft challenge this year. I decided to cut way back on challenges; they were taking a lot of time and effort to keep track of, and I was rubbish at remembering to link my posts. But it was fun when I remembered! If things go more smoothly with fewer challenges I might add this one back in, especially since I’m trying to get back to reading more fantasy.

    Enjoy your new books!
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  4. Hi Melissa,

    ‘Every Anxious Wave’ has featured a few times this week and I am oddly drawn to it, although probably not enough to add it to my own list.

    ‘All The Light We Cannot See’ is already on my own list, after the amazing amount of excellent reviews and ratings it has received.

    New to my list however, I am going to be adding ‘The Paris Key’. It seems as though this story is a complete change from the stories of witchcraft she has so far published and it has me totally intrigued.

    Thanks for sharing your new finds and have a good week 🙂


  5. How fun you have a Witches and Witchcraft meme. Witches are nearest to my heart in the paranormal genre. I may join in. I hope you like The LIght We Cannot See; many have and it’s a book I’d like to read.

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