The Mailbox Post & Books Bought

As you know Mailbox Monday is originally hosted by Marcia from Printed Page but has since gotten a new look and a blog name. You can now follow Marcia at A Girl And Her Books.

Last year Marcia decided to put Mailbox Monday on a blogger tour and the host for April is Amy who blogs over at Passages To The Past. Amy is a new to me blogger and I have had the chance to hop over and check out her blog and I have to say if you haven’t already checked her blog out then you really should.

Another blogger who hosts In My Mailbox is Kristie who blogs over at The Story Siren and this one is geared towards the YA bloggers.

So this past week I have to report that I have received NO books for review. The only books I got in my mail were books that I bought from Anderson’s Bookstore in Napierville, IL. The books that I bought were:

The Dark and Hollow Places by Carrie Ryan. Carrie did a booksigning at Anderson’s last week. I have the previous two books in this series and include was some swag such as Carrie’s business card and a post card.


Then a little while ago Anderson’s was one of the stops in the Darks Days of Supernatural Tour and I wanted to take advantage of it so I ordered the following books and got them signed as well:


Desires of the Dead by Kimberly Derting (book two in the series)



The Body Finder by Kimberly Derting (first book in the series.)


AngelFire by Courtney Allison Moulton (A 2011 debute author)


Once in a Full Moon by Ellen Schreiber (I love the cover of this one)

I also got my sample pack of business cards from Moo. What do you think?

This is what came to my mailbox this past week, what goodies did you get?

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Comments

  1. Wow, I love all the autographs on the books you bought! What treasures! Your new cards are gorgeous too – save one for me.

  2. Great business cards!

    You’re adding to your collection of signed books – Kimberly Derting has VERY neat handwriting!

    Enjoy, Cindy …

  3. Your business cards look great! Maybe I’ll use Moo as well.

    Wow, so many signed books, and they all look like great reads!

    Ah, I’ve been meaning to read the body finder, but now there’s a sequel! Somehow, we’re always behind with something, aren’t we?

    I should probably order some books from Anderson’s too, lol.

    Enjoy your books! =)

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