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In My Mailbox (18)

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 should 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...




Treasures galore!


Borrowed:
Wish You Were Dead by Todd Strasser (Goodreads)
Heist Society by Ally Carter (Goodreads)
Perfect You by Elizabeth Scott (Goodreads)
Chime by Franny Billingsley (Goodreads)

Bought:
Die For Me by Amy Plum (Goodreads) (My Review)
Awaken by Katie Kacvinsky (Goodreads) (My Review)

For Review/NetGalley:
Legacy by Cayla Kluver (Goodreads) (Kluver is a teen author who already has a trilogy stemming from this first book! Go, teen writers!)
Supernatural Noir by Various (Goodreads)
Huber Hill and the Dead Man's Treasure by Cedar Fort (Goodreads)
The Last Dragon by Jane Yolen
The Gray Wolf Throne by Cinda Williams Chima (Goodreads)

Big thanks to my mother, my librarians - who let me take out as many books as I want and reduce my late fees so that I don't end up broke somewhere - and NetGalley.com and publishers, for these fabulous-looking books! I can't wait to get going, if I haven't already.

Thanks for stopping by!

7 comments:

Vy (Vy's Blog) said...

Eeee you got The Gray Wolf Throne too! Loved the series and can't wait to start it soon. Hope you'll enjoy it :)

A. Knight said...

I actually haven't embarked on this series, yet, but I need to! Which is why I picked up the e-galley, in case I do get hooked after giving the first one a go. I'm encouraged by your reaction - perhaps I'll like the series...?

ComaCalm said...

Of these, I've read Die For Me and Awaken - I'm not a fan of Die For Me but Awaken's one of my favourite Dystopian novels.

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BooksforCompany said...

Great books! =) Die For Me is one of my favourite books on 2011.
Happy reading

Grace Fonseca said...

Some lovely covers to those books you got. Come visit me as well. Very easy to navigate your blog. New follower.

Karis Jacobstein said...

I have Die for Me and can't wait to read it. Just finished Heist Society. Very good. I also got Awaken this week. Happy Reading!

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A. Knight said...

Thanks for stopping by all! I made sure to visit your blogs in turn. I hope you all have a wonderful week!