In My Mailbox (#7)

Sunday, May 16, 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.

It’s been forever since my last IMM post because things have been a little crazy. BUT I’ve still been reading (of course), so even though I didn’t get all of these books this week, I’ll be highlighting what is on my nightstand --- basically books I’ve picked up in the last few weeks.

From the Library:
Scones and Sensibility – Lindsay Eland
Stolen Cars – Patrick Jones
Into the Wild Nerd Yonder: My Life on the Dork Side – Julie Halpern
Prada and Prejudice – Mandy Hubbard
My So Called Death – Stacey Jay

I’ve also finished and reviewed these books (and 5 or 6 others):
The Forest of Hands and Teeth – Carrie Ryan
The Dead-Tossed Waves – Carrie Ryan
Some Girls Are – Courtney Summers
You Are So Undead to Me – Stacey Jay
Before I Fall – Lauren Oliver

And I’ve finished these, but my reviews are still a work in progress: (I'm hoping to get them done today or tomorrow)

The Cinderella Society – Kay Cassidy
Kiss in the Dark – Lauren Henderson
Chasing Tail Lights – Patrick Jones
Gone – Lisa McMann

But perhaps by biggest excitement this week is that I got a piano!!! My mom is moving and has decided that she doesn’t’ want her piano anymore, so I jumped at the opportunity to get a piano without actually buying one.

3 comments:

Christina T said...

That is so nice that you are getting a piano! Have you been playing long?

Prada & Prejudice was a fun book and I've heard great things about Scones and Sensibility. I sense a Jane Austen theme this week :)

I got Into the Wild Nerd Yonder this week too. I hope you enjoy all your books and the new piano!

molly (a dazzling distraction) said...

I've played the piano for as long as I can remember, but I've never had "official" lessons, so it's all self taught.

And I laughed about the Jane Austen theme, too! I just took a trip to the library and next week you'll see a "covers with flowers" theme.

The Paperback Princess said...

awesome!-you got a piano!!! Those books look good!!!

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