In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren where we talk about the super exciting books that landed in our mailboxes, that we got from the library or purchased and then check out the exciting reads that other people received!
Y’all, this was the week of surprises! Like I would get super stressed, then come home for lunch and stumble upon a surprise package. SO THANK YOU MAIL FOR GETTING ME THROUGH THE WEEK!
Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins (Unsolicited) – OMG YOU GUYS! I have heard plenty of great things about Sweet Evil and am super pumped to read it.
The Hunt by Andrew Fukuda (Accepted Review Copy) – The Hunt sounds thrilling and several authors I love blurbed it. And also it seems like a book that Tony will read after I read it.
Just Write: Here’s How by Walter Dean Myers (Unsolicited) – Again, I’m on the fence, but this one is only…155 pages with like 27 chapters, so that’s like an hour and a half of reading.
The Temptation by Alisa Valdes (Unsolicited) – So apparently, The Temptation is going to be a movie or something? While I am not crazy about the cover, I’m still open to trying it out.
Unraveling by Elizabeth Norris (Unsolicited) – I LOVE FINISHED COPIES Y’ALL! Also, I am super duper excited to sit down and read this.
The Last Princess by Galaxy Craze (Netgalley) – Okay, so I am pretty sure that’s not the author’s real name, but I am a big fan of princesses.
The Drowned Cities by Paolo Bacigalupi (Netgalley) – So there’s this little book you may have heard of, Ship Breaker, that I kind of loved a lot, and when I got the widget invite for The Drowned Cities, I may have screamed just a little bit.
While He Was Away by Karen Schreck (Netgalley) – I just love the cover for this one. And you guys I am usually down for a good contemporary read.
Blackwood by Gwenda Bond (Netgalley) – As soon as the link was tweeted I clicked as fast as I could over to Netgalley to request Blackwood, because A) the concept is killer and B) Gwenda is on twitter and she is awesome and you know, things like twitter influence me.