Sunday, April 8, 2012

In My Mailbox #18: March Edition

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren.

It's where we post about the latest books we've purchased, gotten from the library, or received for review... it doesn't necessarily have to be ones you got in the mail. Although a lot of mine DO come from my mailbox. :)

I went Nook Book crazy, mostly because I have a gift card and it's easy to go overboard when you do. Plus I needed some of these hard copies for the sake of my library and my incessant need to read books NOT on my challenges, LOL. I won't be finishing my TBR pile challenge this year for sure! A couple of these were for my reference section, and HOLY MOLY are they ginormous books.



Amazon, B&N, Online Store, or Other Store:

The Hunger Games Trilogy by Suzanne Collins
Physicians' Desk Reference by PDR Staff
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders DSM-IV by American Psychiatric Association
Welcome To Your Brain by Sandra Aamodt, Sam Wang
Dictionary Of Word Origins by Joseph Twadell Shipley
The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood
Wanderlove by Kirsten Hubbard
Like Mandarin by Kirsten Hubbard
Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver

Nook Book: 

Codename: Dancer by Amanda Brice
Northanger Alibi by Jenni James
White Cat (Curse Workers Series #1) by Holly Black
Survival (The Guardians of Vesturon Series, Book #1) by A.M. Hargrove
Hana (Delirium Series) by Lauren Oliver
Flame Of Surrender by Rhiannon Paille
Virtue by Amanda Hocking
Jenny Pox by J.L. Bryan
The Fallen Star by Jessica Sorensen
Wander Dust by Michelle Warren


So! What did you get in YOUR mailbox?

~Jessica

14 comments:

  1. Ooh, I really want to try both of Kirsten Hubbard's books. They both sound like stories I'd love. Happy reading! :D

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    1. Wanderlove was great, and I can't wait to sink my teeth into Like Mandarin. Hope you can read one or both soon! :) Thanks!

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  2. I just read Wanderlove on my Kindle and I'm thinking I need to buy the hardback edition - the cover's just so pretty and I want to be able to lend it out to other people. I want to read Like Mandarin now, too; Kirsten Hubbard's just such a talented writer.

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    1. I know, it's just too pretty! I can't wait to share it with friends. She is very talented. :)

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  3. Hunger Games AND Pandemonium... both EPIC collections! Enjoy all the awesome books, and the reference ones too ;)

    Here is my IMM

    Hoppy Easter and Happy Reading!
    Lindsay @ Turning the Pages

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    1. Oh yes! I hope they're all great. :) Thanks!

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  4. YAY Pandemonium! Haven't read it yet but I can't wait :) I wasn't going to make my reading goal this year either haha-- I shortened it down lol :P

    You can check out my IMM video and post for this week at the link below-- Happy Reading! :)

    Lea @ LC's Adventures in Libraryland

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    1. I am so getting to Pandemonium soon. :) I had to change my goals this year too, lol. Thanks! :)

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  5. Great books this week! Wanderlove is great :D

    Shortskie @ Rondo of a Possible World
    My Mailbox

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    1. Thanks! Wanderlove is wonderful! :)

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  6. I read Pandemonium and I really enjoyed it! The only thing I could do without are the cliff hangers but the story is worth it! I hope you enjoy everything and here's my IMM!

    http://paigebradish1996.blogspot.com/2012/04/in-my-mailbox-29.html

    ~Paige @ Comfort Books

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    1. I know, cliffhangers can be frustrating but great at the same time! Thanks! :)

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  7. Looks like you have a nice haul for this week!

    Happy reading,
    Dani
    http://paulettespapers.com/

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