In My Mailbox is a meme started by Kristi at The Story Siren. It's a great way for bloggers and readers to share what books they bought, won, got for review, checked out from the library or whatever. It's just a great way to find out about books we may have never heard of or have been looking forward to and share in each other's happiness!
Here's my mailbox:
I purchased on my Kindle- Demons at Deadnight by A&E Kirk!
And True of Blood (Witch Fairy Series) by Bonnie Lamer
From Disney Hyperion I received The Marked by Inara Scott! It's the
second in her Talents series! The new covers are great! Thanks Inara
for adding me to the tour and to Disney Hyperion for the book!
From WW Norton & Co. for review Heft by Liz Moore.
I can tell this is a powerful book. I've just read the first few
pages and I am totally engrossed in the story. Thanks
WW Norton &Co! No it isn't YA but I think it's a
I requested from NetGalley Unbreak My Heart by Melissa Walker from Bloomsbury Childrens. Thank you for the approval!
For review from Centrinian Publishing Ltd Talisman of El (#1) by Alecia Stone
And some very interesting looking indie/self published books. I rarely distinguish between the two so I won't do so here. I think both deserve a shot and I've found some really great books recently that were self published and edited much better than some of the books I purchase.
The Fae Wars: Changeling by Elle Casey Blog Tour March 20th here
Delta Legend by Kelan O'Connell (Did you all know there is a delta in the Sacramento/San Joaquin Area?)
It provides the water for millions of people according to Kelan. I didn't even know there was water there. And apparently, there is something else in the water there!
Casey Barnes Eponymous by E.A. Biggs I read the first few pages, it reminds me of something, but I can't name it. Casey writes play lists or song names of music kids her age wouldn't know usually, for people she sees in the library and she leaves it where they can find it. Some throw it away, not knowing what it means and she goes after them telling them what it is. She's basically trying to change their day from a Monday to a Friday. She's quirky, but like I said, I've only read a couple of pages. I like her already.
Spear of Seth by Rene Daniel Egypt, need I say more? Oh I started this one too, and there's this great prologue ALWAYS read the prologue. It was a great prologue so I couldn't say no and the first chapter was good and it's from the guy's point of view. It takes place present day at a college.
Volition and Severance by Shawn Maravel In getting the links for these two books I read the reviews and I cannot wait to get into them! They have gotten rave reviews just not a lot of exposure!!
The Night Shifter by Emily Devenport who has quite a few books under her belt. This book is only 99cents and you can buy it right there on Goodreads. It sounded good, ringing pretty close to home right now, so I said yes.
If you want to read any of these books I know these authors would love to share their works with you. If you can't find them, let me know and I'll help you hook up with them. And thanks if even one of you decides you want to read their books! Believe me they appreciate how precious our time is and so do I!!
I hope the mail/male faery was good to everyone this week! Leave me your links to your blog or your IMM or if you don't do that I'll visit you anyway. I'm sure I'll find something interesting on your blog!
Thanks for coming by!
As always, happy reading!!