Erika is a freelance content writer and illustrator from the Philippines. Aside from her love of arts and reading, she loves taking photos, coffee, cats, and fairies. She’s into fantasy, historical fiction, and contemporary, and anything young adult genres.
Stacking The Shelves is a feature hosted by Tynga’s Reviews . It’s all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, may it be physical or virtual. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks!
This is kinda long overdue – for my September haul, that is. I was too busy to do blogging last month so I thought I’ll just combine my hauls for September and October. This is just my second post of my book haul and now I’m joining Stacking The Shelves feature made by Tynga’s Review. I was actually on a book ban for the month of October, because I think I’ve already bought too much last month. But there are just these exceptions on my ban. Bought 3 books for this month, and I don’t think I’ll be buying any more books again until the end of October, so now I’m posting this.
Last month, September, is Manila International Book Fair month. So my friends – Krizzia, Lawrence of Pages Unraveled, Lara of Laira’s Blog and I went on the said event on the last day. I was a real happy kid afterwards!
I actually got Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell through swap with my Claudia Gray’s Evernight series. And I finished this book long ago.
Isla and The Ever After (signed by author) by Stephanie Perkins and These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner are parts of my October book haul.
Bought all these online from different sellers and for super cheap prices, except The Opal Deception which I got from Booksale. I got The Lord of The Flies and Going Bovine for only PHP50 each and are in super good conditions!
Then the rest I got from MIBF/Fullybooked sale, except Stolen Songbird which I got from a special order on National Bookstore.
For Inkspand review.
Spinner of the Yarn by Ray Dacolias
I’ll leave the tower here.