Sorry to disappoint, but you won’t find new releases occupying this list. I rarely buy a new book, preferring to check it out from the library or listen to audiobooks on free apps like Libby and Hoopla, and recently buying from Audible (grrr, they got me).
*My shelves are mostly thrifted or gifted. With an eclectic mix of acquired cast-offs one might expect in the household of a high school English teacher and a library specialist.
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10. The Outsiders 50th anniversary edition- gifted by my sister ❤
9. What Would Dolly Do: How to be a Diamond in a Rhinestone World. Another Christmas gift. I’ve only paged through this a few times and it’s already a source of inspiration.
8. The Splendid and the Vile. Hey, here’s a soon to be released title. I requested the arc from Edelweiss knowing I can’t go too wrong with Erik Larsen.
7. and 6. Rebecca and Jamaica Inn by Daphne du Maurier. I actually think Rebecca is overrated but still couldn’t resist this gorgeous International Collector’s set. I’m a sucker for green spines.
5. Station Eleven. An intended read this year.
4. Harry Potter y El Prizanero De Azcaban. Don’t know what my plan was for getting this, but maybe I’ll challenge my high school spanish skills and attempt a reading.
3. Masterpieces of Terror. Total cover buy, however, it is a pretty cool story compilation.
2. Robert Frost’s Poems. This petite anthology called my name. The lines and furrows on his face speak as deep and everyday as his poetry.
1. In the Woods. If you’ve read my TTT on authors I can’t believe I haven’t read yet, you’ll know I plan to rectify the lack of Tana French on my shelves.
So, ten new-to-me shelf additions. Do you acquire older books too? What’s new, or new-to-you, on your shelf?