Sunday, April 14, 2013

In My Mailbox 43

In My Mailbox is a meme created by Kristi of The Story Siren, where bloggers share the contents of their mailbox that week - books bought, borrowed, received... It's a great way to see lots of new books all at once, and leads to great coveting and more buying!

Here's my haul this week:

I had put a whole bunch of books on hold at two different libraries, and I loved watching as each day this week, I picked up more books and added them to the teetering tower. It fell over a few times, but it was worth seeing!

Rat - Lesley Choyce
Something About Sophie - Mary Kay McComas
Glass Heart - Amy Garvey
Freaks Like Us - Susan Vaught
Then You Were Gone - Lauren Strasnick
The Fool's Girl - Celia Rees
Dear Life, You Suck - Scott Blagden
This Is What Happy Looks Like - Jennifer E. Smith
The Edge of the Earth - Christina Schwartz
Venom - Fiona Paul
On Beauty - Zadie Smith
The Last Kingdom - Bernard Cornwell
The Pale Horseman - Bernard Cornwell
Lords of the North - Bernard Cornwell
The Witness - Nora Roberts

Ebooks for review:
A Happy Accident - Evan Tyler
Doublesight - Terry Persun

So a big week for me. Now to find time to read all these before I have to return them! That's the thing about libraries - you can get as many books as you want without going broke, but it also means that when you go on a book binge, you have limited time to read all those books. 

What's in your mailbox?


  1. Wow, that's awesome! I go to two different libraries as well, so I always end up with lots of books LOL. I hope you enjoy Venom, I really liked it.

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  2. Nice haul! I'm like that when I go to the library too :)

  3. Wow, that's a lot of books! I hope you have time to read them all haha!
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  4. I want to take some books from your mail box.but HOW tell me.

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