(this adorable picture is borrowed from Anna @ Anna Reads)
In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by the epic Story Siren. Here bloggers can share with others the awesome books that they received for review, bought, or borrowed.
- Sweet Invention: A History of Dessert by Michael Krondl- such a delicious looking cover! And who doesn't like learning more about dessert? I'm really excited about this one!
- The Mephisto Covenant by Trinity Faegen- This one sounds intriguing, and I'm loving the dress on the cover
- Witchlanders by Lena Coakley- this one looks interesting, especially as it has a male protagonist
- The Thirteenth Chime by Emma Michaels- I've been meaning to get to this one for quite a while but just found out that my library doesn't have a copy. Went to Amazon and found that the kindle edition was only $2.99 or something like that so I caved and bought it!
- The Girl Who Was On Fire by Leah Wilson- THIS ONE I have been DYING to read for ages and its popped up on the blogosphere again and again and with all of the new announcements for Hunger Games castings, etc. I just HAD to HAVE IT! (I'm sure you understand the compulsion...)
- Wake Unto Me by Lisa Cach- LOVE this cover! Really excited to start this one as I've heard quite a bit about it.
- Coronets and Steel by Sherwood Smith- HUGE fan of Ms. Smiths. I've read her Crown Duel dozens of times. Heard about this from Read.Breathe.Relax who has a very similar reading style :) Really excited!!
- Repossessed by A.M Jenkins- heard about this one from Small Review who really liked it. Excited to give it a try as the premise is really interesting!
- The Magicians by Lev Grossman- found out about this one by seeing the second in the series available on NetGalley. Wanted to give the first one a try and hopefully move onto the second.
- Wither by Lauren DeStefano -this one needs no introduction except for the erroneousness that I haven't read it yet.
How about you? What's IYM (in your mailbox)?
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