Monday, October 10, 2011

In My Mailbox - October 10

In My Mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren. To see this weeks list of participants go here.

Another busy week.  It was made even better when I won a $25 GC to Amazon from Fantasy Cookie.  I promptly spent that on books for my Kindle :)

I received two trilogies that the third book is coming out in the coming weeks from Simon and Schuster.

 The Iron Elves Trilogy by Chris Evans (Ashes of Black Frost releases October 18)

The Vineart Trilogy by Laura Anne Gilman (The Shattered Vine releases October 18)

Some of the other books that have come into my house this week are:

Remembering Christmas by Dan Walsh
A Plain and Fancy Christmas by Cynthia Keller
 Burned by Thomas Enger

The Winters in Bloom by Lisa Tucker
The World We Found by Thirty Umbar
The Iron Knight by Julie Kagawa

Need You Now by James Grippando (no image yet)
Hospice Tails by Debra L. Stang
The Power of a Praying Wife Devotional by Stormie Omartian

 Dark Eden by Patrick Carman (Amazon Vine)
You Against Me by Jenny Downham (Amazon Vine)
In Too Deep by Amanda Grace (Teen Book Scene tour) 

Invincible Summer by Hannah Moskowitz (win from Chrissy at YA Book of the Day)


Kristin said...

You got a lot of nice books. You Against Me looks like a really good one. I cannot wait to read it.
- Book Sniffers Anonymous

Michelle @ Book Briefs said...

invincible summer looks really good. I cant wait to see what you think of it.

Old Follower. :)

My FF- Book Briefs(5 giveaways going on right now, including a Kobo e-reader!)


bibliojunkies said...

Wow, you are going to be busy. The Chris Evans series looks good and who doesn't love Ash from The Iron Knight?! Happy Reading.


Chrissy said...

Wow, lots of great books! You Against Me looks great. I saw it awhile ago (somewhere, but I can't remember where) and I remember thinking I really wanted to read it. I hope you enjoy it and all your other books. :D

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