In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi of The Story Siren (and inspired by Alea of Pop Culture Junkie) to showcase any books that I have received for review, bought, borrowed, or won to read.
I haven't taken part in this meme for awhile because I really have tons to read already on my bookshelf. But I did get a few books for review or in giveaways the past few weeks, so lets get to it:
by Courtney Allison Moulton
Received for review from NetGalley and HarperTeen
Thank you NetGalley and HarperTeen!
This will probably be the first book I read after I finish the Wicked Lovely Series because it's coming out pretty soon: February 15th, 2011. I haven't had the best experience with angel books in the past but I'm holding out hope that this one is good!
by Elizabeth Woods
Received for review in a promotional contest from Simon and Schuster Canada
Thank you Simon and Schuster Canada!
I was a bit surprised to receive this one in the mail because I had been under the impression that this was more of a "1 in 100 chance" giveaway hosted by Simon and Schuster Canada. But apparently not because all I did was give them my address and a couple days later, the book came in the mail. Looking forward to this creeptastic read!
Fragile Eternity and Radiant Shadows (not pictured)
by Melissa Marr
Borrowed from the library
And the Wicked Lovely Series readathon continues! I'm only about halfway through Fragile Eternity (Book #3) because I've been so busy with school (even though it's only two weeks into the start of the semester!). So far, Fragile Eternity has been a bit slow... I'm hoping it'll pick up in the second half! I'm also really looking forward to reading the conclusion to this series.
The Monstrumologist and The Curse of the Wendigo (not pictured)
by Rick Yancey
Won from Melissa of YA Book Shelf and Simon and Schuster
Thank you Melissa and Simon and Schuster!
These are the first two books in a series where the monsters are scary, not loveable. I'm really looking forward to reading these as part of the YA Series Challenge. Rarely do I read books that could be classified as horror. The third book in this series, The Isle of Blood, comes out this September.