Meme/ Catch, Read and Release! #14

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What it’s all about:
Adding books to your shelves each week is fun for all book lovers, but at some point, when our piles get a little too high, when our bookshelves are double stacked, and every nook and cranny in the house has already been filled with stacks of books, we all need to make room for more. There will always be new titles added to our never-ending TBR list, including upcoming releases, debuts, and the next instalment in a book series, so why not share/highlight the books you let go of, either through donating, selling, lending, or give away. We think it’s just as important to share the books we pass on, because in the end, they help feed our book additions by giving up their space on a bookshelf, table, or night stand so we can fill it up with something from our wishlist. Catch, Read, Release! was created to share the books we add to our collection, showcase the books we’ve read, and most importantly, highlight the books who sacrifice their spots so we can buy more!

Disclaimers: This meme was inspired by Tynga’s Reviews‘ Stacking The Shelves. I’d also like to give credit to Cindy @ Tynga’s Reviews for creating the awesome Catch, Read, Release! meme graphic and for helping us with picking the name! Thank you!

How you can participate:
Create your own Catch, Read, Release! post and link back to Moonlight Gleam Reviews to spread the word so others can join the fun!
Moonlight Gleam Reviews will be hosting Catch, Read, Release! each Sunday, but there’s no set date for you to join. You don’t have to commit to post each week either, just as often as you want!
Don’t forget to visit each week and add your Catch, Read, Release! direct URL so others can visit your post!
Visit other participant links.
Don’t forget to have fun! 🙂

Lucy, a local Montreal blogger has come up with this great meme that I am going to try and take part in on a weekly bases if possible.

The above information is taken from Lucy’s blog Moonlight Gleam Reviews.

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What did I catch this week? CLICK ON THIS TO SEE WHAT I CAUGHT THIS WEEK.

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This week I read: I thought with being sick I would read a little more but honestly I ended up resting alot and just chilling. So I am still reading the same book as last week Since You’ve Been Gone.

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This week I released 32 books to various family and friends. To date this brings up my total of released books to 157.

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Thanks Lucy for hosting this be sure to check what Lucy has done this week and others as well. Until next week have a good week everyone,

Meme/ Catch, Read and Release! # 13

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What it’s all about:
Adding books to your shelves each week is fun for all book lovers, but at some point, when our piles get a little too high, when our bookshelves are double stacked, and every nook and cranny in the house has already been filled with stacks of books, we all need to make room for more. There will always be new titles added to our never-ending TBR list, including upcoming releases, debuts, and the next instalment in a book series, so why not share/highlight the books you let go of, either through donating, selling, lending, or give away. We think it’s just as important to share the books we pass on, because in the end, they help feed our book additions by giving up their space on a bookshelf, table, or night stand so we can fill it up with something from our wishlist. Catch, Read, Release! was created to share the books we add to our collection, showcase the books we’ve read, and most importantly, highlight the books who sacrifice their spots so we can buy more!

Disclaimers: This meme was inspired by Tynga’s Reviews‘ Stacking The Shelves. I’d also like to give credit to Cindy @ Tynga’s Reviews for creating the awesome Catch, Read, Release! meme graphic and for helping us with picking the name! Thank you!

How you can participate:
Create your own Catch, Read, Release! post and link back to Moonlight Gleam Reviews to spread the word so others can join the fun!
Moonlight Gleam Reviews will be hosting Catch, Read, Release! each Sunday, but there’s no set date for you to join. You don’t have to commit to post each week either, just as often as you want!
Don’t forget to visit each week and add your Catch, Read, Release! direct URL so others can visit your post!
Visit other participant links.
Don’t forget to have fun! 🙂

Lucy, a local Montreal blogger has come up with this great meme that I am going to try and take part in on a weekly bases if possible.

The above information is taken from Lucy’s blog Moonlight Gleam Reviews.

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What did I catch this week? Nothing to report this week.

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This week I read:

alittlesomethingdifferent

I couldn’t wait to read this so I dug into it. I really liked it. Review coming soon.

sinceyouvebeengone

I picked this up to read for two reasons: 1) I had this song in my head and 2) with the weather being a little cooler then hot I felt like a good summer read was needed.

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This week I released the following 18 books to family. To date this brings up my total of released books to 125. Wow I am really impressed. It feels good to be making a dent into my stash of books. 2010

2011

Thanks Lucy for hosting this be sure to check what Lucy has done this week and others as well. Until next week have a good week everyone,

Meme/ Catch, Read and Release! #12

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What it’s all about:
Adding books to your shelves each week is fun for all book lovers, but at some point, when our piles get a little too high, when our bookshelves are double stacked, and every nook and cranny in the house has already been filled with stacks of books, we all need to make room for more. There will always be new titles added to our never-ending TBR list, including upcoming releases, debuts, and the next instalment in a book series, so why not share/highlight the books you let go of, either through donating, selling, lending, or give away. We think it’s just as important to share the books we pass on, because in the end, they help feed our book additions by giving up their space on a bookshelf, table, or night stand so we can fill it up with something from our wishlist. Catch, Read, Release! was created to share the books we add to our collection, showcase the books we’ve read, and most importantly, highlight the books who sacrifice their spots so we can buy more!

Disclaimers: This meme was inspired by Tynga’s Reviews‘ Stacking The Shelves. I’d also like to give credit to Cindy @ Tynga’s Reviews for creating the awesome Catch, Read, Release! meme graphic and for helping us with picking the name! Thank you!

How you can participate:
Create your own Catch, Read, Release! post and link back to Moonlight Gleam Reviews to spread the word so others can join the fun!
Moonlight Gleam Reviews will be hosting Catch, Read, Release! each Sunday, but there’s no set date for you to join. You don’t have to commit to post each week either, just as often as you want!
Don’t forget to visit each week and add your Catch, Read, Release! direct URL so others can visit your post!
Visit other participant links.
Don’t forget to have fun! 🙂

Lucy, a local Montreal blogger has come up with this great meme that I am going to try and take part in on a weekly bases if possible.

The above information is taken from Lucy’s blog Moonlight Gleam Reviews.

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What did I catch this week? CLICK ON THIS TO FIND OUT

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This week I started to read:

alittlesomethingdifferent

I started reading this and I am enjoying it. Love the cover. Has anyone else read this yet?

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This week I released the following:

2021

2022

That is another 22 books I am donating. To date that brings me up to 107 books donated.

Thanks Lucy for hosting this be sure to check what Lucy has done this week and others as well. Until next week have a good week everyone,

Meme/ Catch, Read and Release! #10

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What it’s all about:
Adding books to your shelves each week is fun for all book lovers, but at some point, when our piles get a little too high, when our bookshelves are double stacked, and every nook and cranny in the house has already been filled with stacks of books, we all need to make room for more. There will always be new titles added to our never-ending TBR list, including upcoming releases, debuts, and the next instalment in a book series, so why not share/highlight the books you let go of, either through donating, selling, lending, or give away. We think it’s just as important to share the books we pass on, because in the end, they help feed our book additions by giving up their space on a bookshelf, table, or night stand so we can fill it up with something from our wishlist. Catch, Read, Release! was created to share the books we add to our collection, showcase the books we’ve read, and most importantly, highlight the books who sacrifice their spots so we can buy more!

Disclaimers: This meme was inspired by Tynga’s Reviews‘ Stacking The Shelves. I’d also like to give credit to Cindy @ Tynga’s Reviews for creating the awesome Catch, Read, Release! meme graphic and for helping us with picking the name! Thank you!

How you can participate:
Create your own Catch, Read, Release! post and link back to Moonlight Gleam Reviews to spread the word so others can join the fun!
Moonlight Gleam Reviews will be hosting Catch, Read, Release! each Sunday, but there’s no set date for you to join. You don’t have to commit to post each week either, just as often as you want!
Don’t forget to visit each week and add your Catch, Read, Release! direct URL so others can visit your post!
Visit other participant links.
Don’t forget to have fun! 🙂

Lucy, a local Montreal blogger has come up with this great meme that I am going to try and take part in on a weekly bases if possible.

The above information is taken from Lucy’s blog Moonlight Gleam Reviews.

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What did I catch this week? CLICK ON THIS TO FIND OUT

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This week I read:

inreallife

Its was a busy week of preparing for school and being in school so I didn’t get the chance to read anything this week.

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This week I am releasing the following:

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2017

 

I am donating 56 picture books to my son’s school library and what the librarian doesn’t need for his school she will be bringing to another school that she works in.

Check back next week to see what else I am donating.

 

Thanks Lucy for hosting this be sure to check what Lucy has done this week and others as well. Until next week have a good week everyone,

Meme/ Catch, Read and Release! #9

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What it’s all about:
Adding books to your shelves each week is fun for all book lovers, but at some point, when our piles get a little too high, when our bookshelves are double stacked, and every nook and cranny in the house has already been filled with stacks of books, we all need to make room for more. There will always be new titles added to our never-ending TBR list, including upcoming releases, debuts, and the next instalment in a book series, so why not share/highlight the books you let go of, either through donating, selling, lending, or give away. We think it’s just as important to share the books we pass on, because in the end, they help feed our book additions by giving up their space on a bookshelf, table, or night stand so we can fill it up with something from our wishlist. Catch, Read, Release! was created to share the books we add to our collection, showcase the books we’ve read, and most importantly, highlight the books who sacrifice their spots so we can buy more!

Disclaimers: This meme was inspired by Tynga’s Reviews‘ Stacking The Shelves. I’d also like to give credit to Cindy @ Tynga’s Reviews for creating the awesome Catch, Read, Release! meme graphic and for helping us with picking the name! Thank you!

How you can participate:
Create your own Catch, Read, Release! post and link back to Moonlight Gleam Reviews to spread the word so others can join the fun!
Moonlight Gleam Reviews will be hosting Catch, Read, Release! each Sunday, but there’s no set date for you to join. You don’t have to commit to post each week either, just as often as you want!
Don’t forget to visit each week and add your Catch, Read, Release! direct URL so others can visit your post!
Visit other participant links.
Don’t forget to have fun! 🙂

Lucy, a local Montreal blogger has come up with this great meme that I am going to try and take part in on a weekly bases if possible.

The above information is taken from Lucy’s blog Moonlight Gleam Reviews.

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What did I catch this week? Please check my previous post to see the books we bought this past week. I am currently posting this Friday night just in case we spend the night in Plattsburgh.

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This week I read:  I am currently reading Wild Within and Queen of Hearts for review.

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This week I am didn’t release anything.

Thanks Lucy for hosting this be sure to check what Lucy has done this week and others as well. Until next week have a good week everyone,

Meme/ Catch, Read and Release! (5)

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What it’s all about:
Adding books to your shelves each week is fun for all book lovers, but at some point, when our piles get a little too high, when our bookshelves are double stacked, and every nook and cranny in the house has already been filled with stacks of books, we all need to make room for more. There will always be new titles added to our never-ending TBR list, including upcoming releases, debuts, and the next instalment in a book series, so why not share/highlight the books you let go of, either through donating, selling, lending, or give away. We think it’s just as important to share the books we pass on, because in the end, they help feed our book additions by giving up their space on a bookshelf, table, or night stand so we can fill it up with something from our wishlist. Catch, Read, Release! was created to share the books we add to our collection, showcase the books we’ve read, and most importantly, highlight the books who sacrifice their spots so we can buy more!

Disclaimers: This meme was inspired by Tynga’s Reviews‘ Stacking The Shelves. I’d also like to give credit to Cindy @ Tynga’s Reviews for creating the awesome Catch, Read, Release! meme graphic and for helping us with picking the name! Thank you!

How you can participate:
Create your own Catch, Read, Release! post and link back to Moonlight Gleam Reviews to spread the word so others can join the fun!
Moonlight Gleam Reviews will be hosting Catch, Read, Release! each Sunday, but there’s no set date for you to join. You don’t have to commit to post each week either, just as often as you want!
Don’t forget to visit each week and add your Catch, Read, Release! direct URL so others can visit your post!
Visit other participant links.
Don’t forget to have fun! 🙂

Lucy, a local Montreal blogger has come up with this great meme that I am going to try and take part in on a weekly bases if possible.

The above information is taken from Lucy’s blog Moonlight Gleam Reviews.

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What did I catch this week? CLICK ON THIS TO FIND OUT

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This week I read:

-The Fever by Megan Abbott (it will be reviewed this week)

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This week I don’t have anything to release except for a bunch of magazines I am passing on to Tina from the Bookshipper.  Be sure to check out the next few weeks because I will be releasing a ton of books. I spent a few days cleaning up the basement so I went through boxes and decided what I really wanted to keep and gave a ton away from both my collection and Michael’s.

Thanks Lucy for hosting this be sure to check what Lucy has done this week and others as well. Until next week have a good week everyone,

Meme/ Catch, Read and Release! (2)

catchreadrelease

What it’s all about:
Adding books to your shelves each week is fun for all book lovers, but at some point, when our piles get a little too high, when our bookshelves are double stacked, and every nook and cranny in the house has already been filled with stacks of books, we all need to make room for more. There will always be new titles added to our never-ending TBR list, including upcoming releases, debuts, and the next instalment in a book series, so why not share/highlight the books you let go of, either through donating, selling, lending, or give away. We think it’s just as important to share the books we pass on, because in the end, they help feed our book additions by giving up their space on a bookshelf, table, or night stand so we can fill it up with something from our wishlist. Catch, Read, Release! was created to share the books we add to our collection, showcase the books we’ve read, and most importantly, highlight the books who sacrifice their spots so we can buy more!

Disclaimers: This meme was inspired by Tynga’s Reviews‘ Stacking The Shelves. I’d also like to give credit to Cindy @ Tynga’s Reviews for creating the awesome Catch, Read, Release! meme graphic and for helping us with picking the name! Thank you!

How you can participate:
Create your own Catch, Read, Release! post and link back to Moonlight Gleam Reviews to spread the word so others can join the fun!
Moonlight Gleam Reviews will be hosting Catch, Read, Release! each Sunday, but there’s no set date for you to join. You don’t have to commit to post each week either, just as often as you want!
Don’t forget to visit each week and add your Catch, Read, Release! direct URL so others can visit your post!
Visit other participant links.
Don’t forget to have fun! 🙂

Lucy, a local Montreal blogger has come up with this great meme that I am going to try and take part in on a weekly bases if possible.

The above information is taken from Lucy’s blog Moonlight Gleam Reviews.

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What did I catch this week? CLICK ON THIS TO FIND OUT

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This week I read:

  • Elly In Love (link to come)
  • Best Supporting Role (link to come)
  • Serenade

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This week I didn’t release anything from my collection.

Thanks Lucy for hosting this be sure to check what Lucy has done this week and others as well. Until next week have a good week everyone,