What’s on my NetGalley Shelf? | TBR Tag

Hi everyone! Today I’m going to share with y’all what’s on my NetGalley TBR shelf! I’m sure most people here have heard of + used NetGalley before, but I’m going to sum it up quickly for those who haven’t.

NetGalley is a free resource for readers (and publishers + authors) to read and review digital books before they are published.

I’ve personally used NetGalley many, many times and I highly recommend signing up! The interface is easy to navigate and I’ve found a lot of favorite authors through it.

Now, onto my NetGalley TBR shelf! Feel free to private message me anywhere to ask me my thoughts on it after a couple of weeks (since I’ll have read all of these books because they’re review copies).

what’s on my NetGalley shelf?

1. coral by sara ella


Coral is about mermaids and… well, difficult topics (go read the Goodreads blurb — it’ll explain better than I can).

I’ve been wanting to read Coral ever since Sara Ella released the news because… well, mermaids. I think they’re cool and I’m excited to see Sara Ella’s twist on them!

read the Goodreads blurb

2. the memory thief by lauren mansy


So, I don’t really know what to expect from this book! One of my favorite authors gave it a shout-out, so I took a look at it and thought it looked interesting! I love the cover and the concept seems cool. Other than that, not much to say and I’m excited to read The Memory Thief!

read the Goodreads blurb

3. my heart belongs in the blue ridge by pepper d. basham


A friend of mine whose book tastes are very similar to mine reviewed this book and gave it a screaming five stars, so that nudged me to go request it on NetGalley. 😛 I’m excited to read it!

read the Goodreads blurb

4. the golden bride by kimberley woodhouse


I don’t remember what made me want to request this book and when I look at the blurb it doesn’t particularly appeal to me, so… not sure why I have it in my NetGalley TBR shelf? But because I do I will read it and hopefully I enjoy it! 😀

read the Goodreads blurb

5. fire storm by nancy mehl


I read Mind Games (book #1 in the Kaely Quinn Profiler series) and loooovvveeed it, so I’m so very excited to read book #2, Fire Storm! Bethany House really went all out with its covers for this series — they’re so pretty!

I did see a negative review for this book from a reviewer who has fairly (?) similar tastes to mine, which was a big bummer, but I’m going to read this book with an open mind and I’m really excited about it!

And that’s it for this post! I have a looootttt more NetGalley books but I’ve already read them — just haven’t reviewed them yet haha! Let me know if you enjoyed this post and I hope you are having a lovely weekend!

do you have a NetGalley account? any ARCs I should request? have you read any of the books I mentioned in this post?

If you have any questions about signing up for NetGalley and / or using its interface, private message me! I would love to help!

16 thoughts on “What’s on my NetGalley Shelf? | TBR Tag

  1. Ooo, the Memory Thief sounds really intriguing! And aaahhh, I can’t wait to read Coral – it sounds so good!

    Great post, Lilian! I always end up adding books to my TBR after your posts. 🙂

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    1. It does, doesn’t it? Nadine Brandes really liked it from what I’ve heard! And Corallllll!

      Oh my goodness, thank you so much! I’m glad I could make your TBR shelf a mile longer! 😂

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    1. Thanks, Penny! I won’t be giving reviews of all of them on this blog but I will do one or two (and you’re more than welcome to message me if you’re curious about the others!)

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