In My Mailbox/Mailbox Monday/Books Bought

Its that time of the week again for another In My Mailbox and Mailbox Monday post.

As you know Kristi from The Story Siren hosts In My Mailbox and this month instead of Marcia from Printed Page hosting Mailbox Monday she has asked bloggers to take turns in hosting Mailbox Monday so for the month of August Chick Loves Lit is the host so hop over to her blog to see what she and others got.

FOR REVIEW
Tuesday:
-The Jumbee by Pamela Keyes
-The World is Bigger Now by Euna Lee

Wednesday:
This was on OMG/ a dancing and screaming day when I opened up this package from Scholastic Canada:

Thank You so much Nikole!!

WON
These were wins from the summer reading program at our library:
-Red Rubber Boot Day by Mary Lyn Ray Ill by Lauren Stringer
-Chicagoland Detective Agency No. 1 The Drained brains Caper by Trina Robbins and Ill by Tyler Page

BOUGHT
-Three Nights with a Scoundrel by Tessa Dare (This is the final book in the series)
-I Heart New York by Lindsey Kelk (bargain book)
-The Iron Daughter by Julie Kagawa(This is book 2 in the Iron Fey Series)
-City of Glass by Cassandra Clare (This is book 3 in the Mortal Instruments series)
-Girl Parts by John M. Cusick (This was one I missed out on at BEA)
-Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins (This is book 2 in The Hungar Games)

I have to say that I am now anxious to start reading my series as I have most of the books now.

This is what came to my mailbox this past week, what was yours like?

For the month of September Kathy from Bermudaonion will be the host of Mailbox Monday’s. So don’t forget to hope over there next week.

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Comments

  1. Cindy, I had to laugh when I read about your screaming dance because I had the same reaction when I got Mockingjay—a book I was not expecting at all. Isn’t Nicole great! My kids looked at me like I was looney because, of course, when they see Scholastic, they always think it’s for them.

    I started The Hunger Games this month when I saw it at Costco and bought it. After devouring it, I then ran to the library to get Catching Fire. I’m looking forward to seeing how it all ends! Enjoy all your books.

  2. I also received Mockingjay, and you can bet I jumped up and down when I opened the package! Enjoy your new books.

  3. Carl would have done a happy dance if I’d gotten Mockingjay. He still got it, though – I bought him a copy.

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