In My Mailbox/New Crayons!

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From the closing Waldenbooks:
Flesh and Fire by Laura Anne Gilman
Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger
Soulstice by Simon Holt
The Magicians by Lev Grossman
The Angel’s Game by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Jennifer’s Body by lots of people
The Gates by John Connolly
Viola in Reel Life by Adriana Trigiani
Pieces of Georgia by Jen Bryant
Flipped by Wendelin Van Draanen
The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen
Noble House by James Clavell
The Invisible Mountain by Carolina De Robertis – New Crayon
War Dances by Sherman Alexie – New Crayon
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya by Nagaru Tanigawa – New Crayon
The Sight of Haruhi Suzumiya by Nagaru Tanigawa- New Crayon

Special Purchase:
THE IRON KING by Julie Kagawa – it’s going to live with my Grimalkin rock and signed bookmark

Gateway by Sharon Shinn – Other Shelf Tours – New Crayon
Freaksville by Kitty Keswick
Arcadia Falls by Carol Goodman
Fireworks Over Toccoa by Jeffrey Stepakoff

**New Crayon denotes books written by or featuring PoC

About April (Books&Wine)

April is 30 years old and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and baby, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.


  1. Brooke Reviews says:

    Wow, lots of good books! 😀 Happy Reading!

  2. MissAttitude says:

    Nice group of books! I have Gateway, I need to start reading it s I've read mixed reviews of it and I want to form my own opinion.

    War Dances sounds really good and I haven't heard of the invisable mountain or haruhi sumizaya so thanks for bringing that to my attention 🙂

  3. inthehammockblog says:

    OOh, I want to read Viola in Real Life. Enjoy!

  4. cj'alhafiz says:

    woa!!! I own the magicians by Lev grossman but not yet reading and I wish for Her Fearful Symmetry…. can't wait for your reviews….

  5. That was A LOT! I definitely in love with the cover of Niffenegger's and Connolly's books. Very eye-catching =)

    Happy reading and do enjoy your week.

  6. Oh wow, you got some AWESOME books! I wish I could go to one of those closing Waldenbooks. . .
    I still don't understand this "crayon" concept, though – I guess because I don't know what PoC means.
    I totally want to check out Nagaru Tanigawa, though!!

  7. Wow, great list of books! I didn't know what crayons was either until I looked at the link at the top of your post.

    Happy Reading!

    Jennifer @ Mrs. Q: Book Addict

  8. pirate penguin says:

    When my Waldenbooks closed, there wasn't ANYTHING to be bought. (that I liked anyways) Good to see that your experience was different! (and way better!)

    You got a huuuuge amount of books. I hope they're all good reads for you. (Especially Flipped-I read it and realy liked it!)

  9. John Anealio says:

    Great Idea with the videos! I just started doing some videos myself over at my blog.

    Lev Grossman's The Magicians was excellent. I think you'll like it. Although its a bit more epic fantasy in nature, Patrick Rothfuss' The Name of the Wind is superb and has a similar theme of a young man learning magical skills.

    Viola in Reel life sounds interesting. I'm assuming that there are elements of music involved in the book.

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