In My Mailbox was created by Kristi at The Story Siren. It gives readers the chance to spotlight the books they received over the past week, whether they are for review, won, gifted, or borrowed.
As I had promised you guys last week, this week's haul is not nearly as... Extravagant? It is still amazing and I am beyond grateful, but it doesn't give you a false impression about how popular I am in the blogosphere. I am a peon, I know this, and quite frankly, I love it. Here's what I have received this week:
ARC/Finished Copies Sent by Author/Publisher
Latter-Day of the Dead by Kevin Krohn (Courtesy of the author, which I have reviewed here)
Lexapros and Cons by Aaron Karo (Courtesy of MacMillan Children's Publishing Group and Goodreads)
The Prince Who Fell from the Sky by Jean Claude Bemis
Seraphina by Rachel Hartman
Dust Girl by Sarah Zettel
The Book of Lost Fragrances by M. J. Rose
Now bear in mind that I did not receive these books this week from NetGalley. They are just on my "YOU MUST GET THESE READ IMMEDIATELY!!!" list for this week. With the exception of The Book of Lost Fragrances, you won't be seeing the reviews for a while, as I try to stick with the publisher's preference of waiting until 30 days before the release date before posting the review. But they are coming!
ARC/Finished Copy (and swag)
The Legacy of Eden by Nelle Davy (Won at Let Them Read Books)
My Hare Line and the Hat by Patsy M. Henry (Won at I Am a Reader Not a Writer)
Friendship Bracelet made by Lora Richards (Won at Lora Richard's blog)
The Post-College Guide to Happiness by Bryan Cohen (Won* at The Daily Harrell)
Here Comes Mr. Trouble by Brett Battles (I think I got it for free on Amazon. I can't remember.)
I was a good girl when it came to buying books this week because I have got to get through those above NetGalley reviews, and I want to get as many Authors After Dark books read as possible before August. My migraines have put me behind (I really hate Spring), and I've been playing catch-up for ages. Blah blah blah here I go rambling blah blah blah.
So, what did you get in your mailbox this week?
*The author is giving away free digital review copies as a part of The Happiness Blog Tour. I plan to review this book since his goal is to read a certain number on Amazon.