New on the Stack in October 2017

Wow, another month has already gone by! Here are the books I’ve obtained since last month’s post. I didn’t pick up very many this month, mostly for budget related reasons. And a couple of these I actually got last month, I just forgot about. Next to each book is a short reason why I picked up the book. I will be linking this post up to The Deliberate Reader.

Clicking on the picture of the book will take you to the book’s Amazon page through an affiliate link.

Got Book for Free

(My parents sell books for a living, so when they come across one they think I’ll love, they set it aside for me. Yay!)

Safe Food: Bacteria, Biotechnology, and Bioterrorism by Marion Nestle

I want to read a lot about food and the food industry next year (after I ready my 100 book goal) and this was on my TBR!


Chew on This by Eric Schlosser

I’m really enjoying Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser so far, so hopefully this one is great as well.


Jorge el Curioso by H. A. Rey

I love reading children’s books in Spanish.

Purchased eBook


Mark of Fire by Richard Phillips

This was my Kindle First pick for the month.

 

Monday by E. L. Todd

This book was free. Although I don’t know how I found out about it at all…

 

Borrowed eBook Through Kindle Unlimited


Trying to Live with the Dead by B. L. Brunnemer

I don’t remember why I grabbed this book either! I need to pay more attention apparently…


Seduced by Sunday by Catherine Bybee

I worked to finish this series this month.

 

Treasured by Thursday by Catherine Bybee

The last book in the Weekday Brides series


Worth the Risk by Jamie Beck

I also worked to finish this series this month. 🙂

 

 

What’s new on your stack?

❤ Annette

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