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In My Mailbox: Week 45

So, I’ve failed miserably at doing In My Mailbox! My weekends have been very busy with the little one, birthdays, out-of-town family visits and the works!

Review

Snow Flower and the Secret Fan: A Novel by Lisa See

288 pages, Random House, (2005-06-28)

(Amazon.com)

My Life Undecided by Jessica Brody

320 pages, Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), (2011-06-07)

$11.46 (Amazon.com)

Immortal City by Scott Speer

pages, Razorbill, (2012-04-03)

(Amazon.com)

NetGalley

The Warrior Heir (The Heir Chronicles) by Cinda Williams Chima

448 pages, Disney Hyperion, (2009-09-16)

(Amazon.com)

Touch of Power (Healer) by Maria V. Snyder

400 pages, Mira, (2011-12-20)

$10.17 (Amazon.com)

On a Dark Wing (Harlequin Teen) by Jordan Dane

320 pages, Harlequin, (2011-12-20)

$9.99 (Amazon.com)

Seraphina by Rachel Hartman

464 pages, Random House Books for Young Readers, (2012-07-10)

$12.23 (Amazon.com)

 

Purchased

Zombies vs. Unicorns by Holly Black

432 pages, Margaret K. McElderry Books, (2010-09-21)

(Amazon.com) Kindle Edition, on sale for $3.99!

Promise (Soul Savers) by Kristie Cook

pages, Ang’dora Productions, LLC, (2011-08-07)

(Amazon.com) Kindle Edition, on sale for $0.99!

Twisted (Harlequin Teen) by Gena Showalter

304 pages, Harlequin Teen, (2011-08-30)

(Amazon.com) Kindle Edition, w/ my KSO $1 offer!

Birthmarked (Birthmarked Trilogy) by Caragh M. O’Brien

384 pages, Roaring Brook Press, (2010-04-01)

(Amazon.com) Kindle Edition, on sale for $2.99!

Reckoning: A Strange Angels Novel by Lili St. Crow

307 pages, Razorbill, (2011-11-01)

$9.99 (Amazon.com)

Drink Deep: A Chicagoland Vampires Novel by Chloe Neill

pages, NAL, (2011-11-01)

(Amazon.com)

Crossed by Ally Condie

pages, DUTTON CHILDREN’S, (2011-11-01)

(Amazon.com)

Movie Review

Won

Thanks to Donna at Bites!

Ashfall by Mike Mullin

476 pages, Tanglewood Press, (2011-09-27)

$10.98 (Amazon.com)

Free Kindle Editions

The Ylem (The Ylem Trilogy, #1) by Tatiana Vila

Smashwords, (2011-04-23) (Amazon.com)

Storytellers (Storytellers Saga) by Martin C Sharlow

(2009-12-18) (Amazon.com)

Ascent (The Party Series, Book One) by Amy Kinzer

(2011-09-08) (Amazon.com)

Straw House by Daniel Nayeri

Candlewick, (2011-09-27) (Amazon.com) No longer free.

Kisses for Lula by Samantha Mackintosh

360 pages, Egmont, (2011-06-06) (Amazon.com)

City of the Falling Sky (The Seckry Sequence Book 1) by Joseph Evans

(2011-07-22) (Amazon.com)

Into the Shadows (a young adult paranormal novel) by Karly Kirkpatrick, DarkSide Publishing,

(2010-10-19) (Amazon.com) No longer free.

The Tales of Big and Little: Doom of the Three Stones (Tell Me A Story Bedtime Stories for Kids) by Josh Kilen

(2011-08-04)(Amazon.com)

The Middle Passage by Julia Golding

Egmont, (2010-10-01)(Amazon.com)

Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know by Hamilton Wright Mabie

Public Domain Books, (2005-02-05)(Amazon.com)

The Girl Who Couldn’t Say No: Memoir of a teenage mom by Tracy Engelbrecht

(2011-05-16) (Amazon.com)

Fury (OtherKin) by Anya Bast

Anya Bast, (2011-09-09) (Amazon.com)

Tranquility (OtherKin) by Anya Bast

Anya Bast, (2011-09-09) (Amazon.com)

Reckless (Free Preview) by Cornelia Funke

Little, Brown and Company, (2010-09-14) (Amazon.com)

Mutiny (A Mystyx Novel) by Artist Arthur

Kimani TRU, (2011-07-01) (Amazon.com)

Wild & Steamy by Carolyn Crane

(2011-08-02) (Amazon.com)

The Glass Wall (Book One – The Return of the Ancients) by Carmen Caine

Bento Box Books, (2011-09-22)(Amazon.com)

Glimpse (Zellie Wells Book 1) by Stacey Wallace Benefiel

Stacey Wallace Benefiel, (2010-04-20)(Amazon.com)

Author:

Wife, mother of a nearly 7 year old daughter named Madison and new baby boy Riley. Avid reader on my Amazon Kindle. World of Warcraft and CS:S gamer.

3 thoughts on “In My Mailbox: Week 45

  1. Aw! So envious you got Touch Of Power! Maria V. Snyder is one of my favourite authors. I LOVE her (I got to see her in person earlier in the year when she came to Australia–so fun!)

      1. I really hope you like it! I loved her Poison Study series, but the last book really dissapointed me. They’re totally worth the read, though 🙂

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