Category Archives: Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday – 5/4/15

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Mailbox Monday

Ahh- May. I love the warm months!

These are the books that found their way to my house in the last month or so. Mailbox Monday is hosted at its own blog.

E-books

Siren by Jennifer Melzer – purchased when it was a freebie

Uprooted by Naomi Novik – from Random House via NetGalley

High Country Nocturne by Jon Talton – from Poisoned Pen Press via NetGalley

Written in Blood by Stephen Lloyd Jones – from Mulholland Books via NetGalley

Audiobook

Dead Wake by Erik Larson – purchased with Audible credit

Print

All in a great package I won from Tif at Tif Talks Books and Candlewick Press. I gave Amber a few of them.

A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness

The Knife of Never Letting Go by Patrick Ness

Feed by M. T. Anderson

The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo

The Tiger Rising by Kate DiCamillo

Boy Proof by Cecil Castellucci

Mailbox Monday – 4/6/15

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Mailbox Monday

It’s April, which means it’s Spring, right? I’m certainly hoping so.

These are the books that have shown up at my house over the last few weeks. If you want to join in and show what books arrived at your house, Mailbox Monday is hosted on its own blog.

E-books

A Crown for Cold Silver by Alex Marshall –  from Orbit via NetGalley

The Bone Tree by Greg Iles –  from William Morrow via Edelweiss

A Bookmarked Death by Judi Culbertson – from Witness Impulse via Edelweiss

Print

Homemakers by Brit Morin – from William Morrow (review)

Audio

Gorky Park by Martin Cruz Smith – purchased with Audible credit

And a cool Shakespeare insult mug that I won from Kate at The Parchment Girl. Thanks!

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Mailbox Monday – 3/2/15

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Mailbox Monday

It’s the beginning of March – almost spring!

I’ve only picked up a couple of books recently. If you want to join in and show what books arrived at your house, Mailbox Monday is hosted on its own blog.

E-books

The One You Want by Gena Showalter – Kindle freebie

The Unleashing by Shelly Laurenston – from Kensington via NetGalley

Grift by Jason Mosberg – from the author

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