Sunday, May 20, 2012

In My Mailbox (10)

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.

This was a really good week for me, and I am so grateful for it. I've been needing some awesome to add to my sauce from all the Suck that's been going on lately. My IMM is going to be a mess like last week, but I took a picture of everything together earlier in the week (it all came on Friday!), and I don't feel like digging everything out to do it again. :-)

For Review

Worldsoul by Liz Williams (Courtesy of Prime Books)
Lies Beneath by Anne Greenwood Brown (Part of Debut Author Challenge ARC Tours)
Burn Bright by Marianne de Pierres (Part of Refracted Light Reviews Burn Bright Tour)


Riser by Becca C. Smith (Part of Innovative Online Book Tours)


Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J. K. Rowling (Won from Reading Lark's Team Erudite Giveaway)
Gilt by Katherine Longshore (Won from Citrus Reads)



Tangled Tides by Karen Amanda Hooper
The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown by Claire Ridgway
Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini
Jenny Pox by J.L. Bryan
The Mapmaker and the Ghost by Sarvenaz Tash
The Twin's Daughter by Lauren Baratz-Logsted

Leave me a link for what you have, and I'd love to go check it out. But for now - I have reading to do!


  1. Ooo some really awesome books this week!! I need to check Riser out don't think I've heard of that one.

    My Weekly Wrap Up

    1. It's for a blog tour. I haven't started it yet, but I hope it's wonderful. :-)

  2. I'm not reading Lies Beneath! It's kind of confusing book anyway. Calder is annoying... Really.

  3. 'The Fall of Anne Boleyn' looks like one I could go for. I've always been interested in the Tudors.

    1. Me, too! I don't know when I'm going to have time to read it, but I know I'll probably love it. :-D

  4. Yay! Hope you like The Mapmaker and the Ghost! And, you know, ALL OF THE THINGS.

    1. I've already finished Burn Bright, and it was really good. I hope the others stand up just as well. :-)

  5. oooh so many good looking books. Hope you enjoy. Happy Reading XD

  6. I'll be watching for your review of that Anne Boleyn book. I love Tudor-era history but I've read so much of both fiction and nonfiction that I've gotten downright picky.

    1. I've gotten the same way, but this was free. I've got nothing to lose. :-D

  7. Yeah, Jenny Pox! I loved that book!

    Hope your suck is over - books always make it better :-D

    My Sunday Wrap Up

    1. You know, I've heard loads of good things about Jenny Pox. That's why I went ahead and got it.

      And thanks, Kat! Books really do make it better. :-)


You are going to put words in my box?! *squeezes you* Now I shall stalk YOUR blog!