High Places: Annette Marie Spiezio (skinny book on top) - I received this one for review from the author and it talks about the emotional and spiritual connection between humans and dogs.
City of Ashes (Mortal Instrucments #2): Cassandra Clare - I never read these and owned none, so when I say the new covers, which have glorious spines, I decided to start picking them up. I also bought the first one on a separate trip but was too lazy to walk upstairs and get it.
What's A Dog For?: John Homans, and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes: Aurthur Conan Doyle were picked up at Bookoutlet
Bradstreet Gate: Robin Kirman - Received this from Blogging for Books earlier this week.
Once Upon A Zombie (The Color of Fear): Billy Phillips - I already had a ARC from Netgalley but Toon Studios Press sent me a lovely hardcover to review.
Magnificent Vibrations: Rick Springfield - I also already bought this for my kindle but couldn't resist when I saw a signed copy at Bookoutlet. I am an 80's fangirl and ADORE Springfield. I had to have a book he actually touched!
Furiously Happy: Jenny Lawson - Although I loved her first book and knew I would get this one eventually, I had no plans on walking out of Walmart with it Wednesday. However, I did and I am glad. I love Rory on the cover.
Seize the Night New Tales of Vampiric Terror: Christopher Golden, Ed. - This comes out October 6th from Gallery Books.
Shriver: Chris Belden - Releases September 29, 2015 from Touchstone - I've heard decent things about this one.
Salvage A Ghost Story: Duncan Ralston - Releases November 10, 2015 from Forsaken. This has good ratings so far.
Marked (The Soulseer Chronicles #1): Sue Tingey. I really was drawn to this cover. Jo Fletcher Books already released this one in March.
For my Kindle:
Briar Queen (Night and Nothing #2): Katherine Harbour - I still haven't read Thorn Jack but this was on sale last week so I grabbed it before the price went up again.
Ella the Slayer: A.W. Exley - Have wanted this for a while and it was marked down last weekend as well.
Salt & Storm: Kendall Kulper - Been eyeing this one for some time.
The Withering: Joshua Jacobs - Don't know much to say except I think this one has to do with zombies or a plague or something.
So have you read any of these and what did you add to your shelves this week. Be sure to comment so I can be sure to check out your haul. Have a great reading weekend!