Sunday, April 22, 2012

In My Mailbox (36)

In My Mailbox at The Story Siren

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren, and inspired by her friend, Alea of Pop Culture Junkie. It's a way to share the books that you've received over the past week. They could come from the bookstore, the library, a friend, your mailbox or wherever. It gives us all a chance to showcase the books that we've gotten, and maybe give others an idea for the book they want to read or buy next. :)

For Review:

Take a Bow by Elizabeth Eulberg (Scholastic Canada)
 The List by Siobhan Vivian (Scholastic Canada)
Girl Out Loud by Emily Gale (Scholastic Canada)
Blackwood by Gwenda Bond (Netgalley and Strange Chemistry)
Shift by Kim Curran (Netgalley and Strange Chemistry)
The Rake by Mary Jo Putney by Mary Jo Putney (Book Trib and Meryl L. Moss Media Relations)
No Longer a Gentleman (Lost Lords #4) by Mary Jo Putney (Book Trib and Meryl L. Moss Media Relations)

I got some great books this week for review, and I'm really excited for them all. :D It's also a nice variety of genres, so it'll definitely keep me from getting bored of one genre. :P lol

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Library:

Fallout (Crank #3) by Ellen Hopkins
Bloodrose (Nightshade #3) by Andrea Cremer

Bloodrose finally came in from the library! I've had in on hold for months...which was kind of nice...I'm a bit worried about this one! I've tried to stay away from any spoilers, but I've gotten the feeling that other Ren fans didn't like how it ends...and that worries me because I'm all Ren all the time. :P Fallout also came in, so I'm gonna have to get started on Glass now! :D

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So, that was my mailbox this week. :) What did you get in your mailbox?? Feel free to tell me in the comments or leave me a link to your IMM post and I'll come take a look. :)

10 comments:

  1. I'm so excited for The List! I was able to use a Kobo coupon code to get it for a verrrrry discounted price. Take a Bow sounds really good as well, so I'll have to get it from the library at some point.

    Enjoy! =)

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  2. I'm really excited for the scholastic ones, and also Fallout, which I just started reading yesterday. Very good so far! I'll be curious to see what you think of Bloodrose, I didn't read the series but I have definitely seen some passionate reviews on that novel...

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  3. I got Blackwood too and can not wait to dig into it! Excellent haul.
    Happy Reading.
    My IMM

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  4. @Ashley: Me too! :D I can't wait for it, and discounts are awesome! :D

    @Zoë: Me too! Yay for Fallout!:D Glad you're liking it so far! Yup...me too! I'm hoping I like it or at the very least that I'm not totally crushed by the ending! lol

    @Janiera: Me neither, it sounds great! :D Thanks, and happy reading to you, too!

    @bookarooju: It sure does! :D

    Thanks for all your comments :)

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  5. I want to read The List as soon as possible since I keep hearing great things about it. Plus I love the "OH. NO." look on the girl's face. :) Enjoy your books!

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  6. @booktasty: Thanks, and it definitely has a great cover. :D

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  7. Great books! I can't wait to read The List myself and Take a Bow looks so good!

    Now for Bloodrose... well... *sigh*

    I just hope that you like it.

    Happy reading!

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  8. Ooh! I've been wanting to read Take A Bow for a while now. Happy reading!

    Misa
    The Magic Attic Book Blog

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    1. Thanks, Misa! I hope you get the chance to read Take a Bow soon, and happy reading to you, too! :D

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