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In My Mailbox (14)

First off, hi there!Welcome to Paranormal Indulgence. You're just in time for In My Mailbox. Hooray! If you know all about it, then just scroll down. For those who are asking just what that is, allow me to explain. Basically what happens is every week a bunch of bloggers participate in this weekly meme hosted over at The Story Siren called In My Mailbox by creating a vlog where they talk about the books they got during the week (or you can just do a regular post about all the things you've got). And the cool thing is it isn't just limited to purchased books, it could be any books, like books from the library. And more, it doesn't even have to be books that you got. You can just talk about random things you bought or your findings of the week. It's a pretty neat meme, if you ask me. And with a bunch of us joining in on it, it's a great possibility that all of us will get to connect.

Of course, none of this would even be possible without Kristi @ The Story Siren, whose vlogs serve as a constant inspiration for me on a daily basis when book blogging.

Want to participate? Well, okay, just click this http://www.thestorysiren.com/ and you're all set. Scroll down and you'll see the In My Mailbox post of the week, with a vlog at its center and a Mr. Linky below, which you must sign. Please, please watch the vlog. They're always really good. And take a peek at her book shelf in the background while you're at it. It's so, so gorgeous. You'll see.

Anyway, enough chat-chit, time to share my findings...

Vlog #8

Links below lead to Goodreads.com

O t h e r  W o r d s  for  L o v e  by Lorraine Zago Rosenthal (Goodreads)
The D e m o n  T r a p p e r's  D a u g h t e r  by Jana Oliver (Goodreads)
D r o u g h t  by Pam Bachorz (Goodreads)
The L o s t  S a i n t  by Bree Despain (Goodreads)
M a d  L o v e  by Suzanne Selfors (Goodreads)
W a r p e d  by Maurissa Guibord (Goodreads)
The F a l s e  P r i n c e s s  by Eilis O'Neal (Goodreads)
T i m e l e s s  by Alexandra Monir (Goodreads)
V i x i n  by Jillian Larkin (Goodreads)

Not pictured:
Never Eighteen by Megan Bostic (Goodreads)
Queer by Kathy Belge (Goodreads)

Thanks for stopping by!

Before you leave, check out my cover re-do contest for J.R. Turner's Extreme Hauntings series deadline has been upped to April 5, so find out how to participate at my post called Detour 2 Death Blog Tour Contest & Giveaway


Lazy Girl said...

Nice books Asher! New follower here :) Looking forward to your reviews!

Lah @ Lazy Girl Reads

Small Review said...

Aw, I love your vlog! I hope you're enjoying your trip. I can just picture you leaving your library with shopping bags filled with books. :)

Rebecca said...

Great books you got this week. I must read The Lost Saint at some point. Hope you enjoy reading all your books.

BooksforCompany said...

Your library must be awesome! My library never really has this amount of new books in. So lucky!
Great week, some great books with pretty covers =)

Amber Griffiths said...

Great books! Most of them are on my wish list!
Drought and Warped are two that really sound amazing to me. Enjoy!

Liz. R said...

So jealous! Warped looks great, and so does The Demon Trapper's Daughter! Lots of great books - happy reading :).

thebookwurrm said...

Jaejoong again! Have you seen his "Silent Killer" clip? I think I swooned for three minutes straight before I watched it again. Heh. Anyway, you got some awesome books this week. Have fun reading.

A. Knight said...

LazyGirl-- Hiya! And thanks. Glad to see you around the blog.

SmallReview- Really? I thought I was rather... blah. *lol* Nah, kidding. And yeah, I had a great time. (Though the six hour car ride round trip was a bit tiring.) And oh yeah, it was a super funny sight. People were looking at me funny and my librarian was laughing at me, but in a good way. *lol*

Rebecca- Thanks! And I thought the same as you. Read the Lost Saint when I can, is what I thought. But, I'm happy I have it now and am looking forward to finding out what Despain has in store for me.

BooksforCompany- I have a great Young Adult librarian who keeps tabs on what's new and so forth. So, yeah, it's great! And I think so too, thanks!

Amber Griffins- You betcha. I'm looking forward to reading both.

Liz. R- THE DEMON TRAPPER'S DAUGHTER is so far, pretty good. I'm still wavering between really liking it or loving it. And thanks, you too.

TheBookWurm- Yes! I have him up every Sunday! *lol* I'm not sure if I have seen it. I'm trying to keep tabs on JYJ though... And thanks, I think so too. I hope you enjoy all of your reads as well!