In My Mailbox (3)

Sunday, March 14, 2010


In My Mailbox is a weekly meme that talks about books that have been bought, swapped, received for review, or borrowed from the library. It is hosted by Kristy at The Story Siren.

The last two weeks have been crazy, so I haven’t had time for much in the way of library/bookstore trips or blog posts. However, on Friday, I made time and spent some time at the library (as you can tell by the library stickers on my books’ spines).

Here is what I found:
Dance with a Vampire (Vampire Kisses #4) – Ellen Schreiber The Coffin Club (Vampire Kisses #5) – Ellen Schreiber
Royal Blood (Vampire Kisses #6) – Ellen Schreiber
The Secret Year – Jennifer R. Hubbard
Age Before Beauty – Virginia Smith
Raven – Allison Van Diepen
The Tear Collector – Patrick Jones **
Kisses and Lies – Lauren Henderson
(which actually comes after Kiss Me Kill Me)
Kiss Me Kill Me – Lauren Henderson

** This book is especially fun for me to get because Patrick Jones is my absolute favorite librarian ever! He worked in my city when I was younger and made a huge impact on my life as a reader and as a collector of autographed books, so I’m excited to read his story.

In addition to finally catching up on getting books, I also have 3 new reviews:
The Espressologist – Kristina Springer
The Geek Girl's Guide to Cheerleading – Charity Tahmaseb and Darcy Vance
Living Dead Girl - Elizabeth Scott

This is what has been going on for me . . . feel free to leave suggestions for what should move to the top of the stack!

4 comments:

Christina T said...

All of your books look fantastic. I am going to be reading The Secret Year this week. I got it from the library last week. Patrick Jones is an awesome librarian. He helped write the textbook we used in my YA services class. I haven't read any of his fiction yet. I look forward to your review of The Tear Collector.

Morgan said...

Wow, great books. I've been wanting to read Kiss me Kill Me. I hope you enjoy them all!

Virginia Smith said...

It looks like a terrific stack of books, and I'm thrilled to see that Age before Beauty is on your list! I love hearing about my books being carried by libraries, since I'm a devoted library patron myself.

Christina T said...

I just finished The Secret Year today and I look forward to reading your thoughts on it.

By the way, you have an award on my blog.

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