Stacking the Shelves #4

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Stacking The Shelves is 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!

I have bought so many books this month… I only realised that when I was putting up the list for this article and I am honestly shocked with myself. October has been a strange month for many of us I’m sure, and I have to say that when I don’t feel great I buy books. So that might explain why. I have bought a couple of titles from Amazon, but most of my new books are second-hand and/or comes from actual bookshops. I will link every book I bought to where I got it so that you too can support booksellers during this very difficult time, and instead of Amazon, I’d like to direct you to bookshop.org or hive.co.uk where you can get new books and support independents at the same time.

Bought this one from Foyles
From Foyles as well
I bought this one on Depop! But you can also find it on eBay
I bought this book at Libreria, which is a stunning bookshop in East London!
This one comes from The Open Book in Richmond, a small indie with a (very) wide variety of titles – highly recommend!
This one was bought in Waterstones
You can get this book here
You can get this one over here
I bought this one directly from the publisher’s website, Influx Press
I pre-ordered this book from Waterstones
I bought this one on the Oxfam website

I got some more old paperback editions of Stephen King’s novels (all found on eBay with a good amount of patience). I love them so much! Besides, the cat on the Pet Sematary cover looks exactly like my mum’s cat – my sister did this little edit of the cover and it makes me laugh so hard:

Hope you enjoy my cat’s beautiful smile! Have you read any of the books I’ve mentioned? I would also love to know how you will support bookshop these next couple of months.

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