Sunday, March 15, 2009

In My Mailbox (March 9 - 14)

The amazing books I got in my mailbox this week. :) In My Mailbox was started by Kristi (The Story Siren), so make sure you go check out her amazing blog!

Also, if you entered in to win the bookmarks on Neesha Meminger's interview on Tuesday, you have been contacted. If you haven't, the random number generator wasn't in your favor. :(

hope.

14 comments:

Alea said...

Yay! Friends of the Library Sales are always great!

Lisa Schroeder said...

I really want to read SAY THE WORD and A MAP OF THE KNOWN WORLD.

Can't wait to hear what you think!

Erika Lynn said...

you got some really great books. I love the Simon Romantic Comedies too! and library sales are the best!

harmonybookreviews said...

You got some great books - i'm jealous!

Oh, and nice music playing in the background. What song was that playing in the beginning? (I only ask because I'm a music freak and I now want it!)

Katie said...

You had a great week! I really want to read A Map of the Known World!

Reverie said...

wow i wish my library was as cool as yours. :(

awesome bunch of books though!!

KD said...

Great week hope! I love historical fiction as well! Speaking of which I am almost done with Cracked up to be and will soon be reaing the season so you will be getting you books back soon! I promise :D

Ravenous Reader said...

As always, I love your VLOG's and the music in the backround was way cool to listen to. A Map of The Known World is in my reading pile and It looks amazing. I cannot wait to read it. Have a good week and Happy Reading...

BTW, I gave you and award for you blog awesomeness and just realized that I forgot to tell you about it, but I think you blog rocks :)

The Story Siren said...

great book week! awesome library sale finds!! love the vlog!

that's not my name!! ha! so addicting that song.

Bookworm said...

I love hole-y covers and Friends of the Library sales! And I got Beef Princess two or so weeks ago....doesn't it look cute?

Paradox said...

47 may surprise you because it's actually a hybrid of historical and science fiction. I haven't read it, but I've heard enough online to know this, especially from annoyed Amazon reviewers who thought they were just getting a historical fiction book. I hope you like science fiction...

susan said...

A request please.

I know the videos are really popular, but I actually like reading lists. And for some online users, the videos are blocked or their online time is limited.

I know it's only 5 minutes but recently trying to access from a public kiosk and using a library out of state reminded me that online access isn't unlimited for a lot of users.

Cheryl & Amber said...

Say The Word looks intresting! So does She's Got the Beat. And yay for library sales! All That Glitters is one of my favorite VC Andrews books. I use to have a huge collection of her books, but a few years back when I was moving out, I thought I would lighten my load and donated everything to my old high school library. Yeah...I'm still kicking myself in the butt for that one!

Shooting Stars Mag said...

Harmony: If you see this, the first song was "It's Not My Name" by The Ting Tings. :)

I love the background music too. You got some awesome books. I really want to read Say the Word and A Map of the Known World as well. Looks awesome.

-Lauren