Saturday, May 2, 2009

In My Mailbox (9 & 10)

There was no In My Mailbox (brought to you by The Story Siren with Pop Culture Junkie) last week so there will be a bumper one this week...

Paper Towns - John Green
Marked - P.C. and Kristin Cast
Red-Headed Stepchild - Jaye Wells
The Adamantine Palace - Stephen Deas
Pearl Versus The World - Sally Murphy
Malcolm and Juliet - Bernard Beckett
Bait - Alex Sanchez
The Awakening - Marley Gibson
Ballads of Suburbia - Stephenie Kuehnert
Coffeehouse Angel - Suzanne Selfors
Hidden Voices - Pat Lowery Collins

I know I've forgotten some but two weeks is kind of a long time! Haha it doesn't look very impressive without pictures. It is impressively daunting in person though.







24 comments:

  1. Ah, I'm so jealous of Red-Headed Step Child...sooo need to buy that at some point....and Coffehouse Angel (looks cute!)

    -Lauren

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  2. That is an awesome cover to Paper Towns. Did they have more than one cover option? I only ask because they had 2 choices in the states. Coffeehouse angel looks really cute.

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  3. Marked is pretty good! Great week.

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  4. That's a really cool Paper Towns cover. I've always wanted to read that one so I can't wait to see what you think of it. :D

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  5. Marked is good! I like the cover for Paper Towns that you got there. And the font on it. Happy reading!

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  6. Ooh, I'm liking that cover of Paper Towns. :)

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  7. Yeah, the cover for Paper Towns is pretty neat! And Coffeehouse Angel! Ooooh. :)

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  8. How on earth did you get your hands on SK's Ballads of Suburbia? Very jealous. We should have a chat, I got some of the same titles :)

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  9. an award!
    http://bookworm-megs.blogspot.com/2009/05/proximidade-award.html

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  10. Ooh! ballads of suburbia! enjoy :)

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  11. I haven't seen that cover for Paper Towns.. I like it.

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  12. Looking forward to read your reviews, I like your blog!
    best,
    Marjoline

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  13. I really want to read Cofee House Angel!

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  14. Great week! You have some good reads. Happy Reading!

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  15. Cool version of Paper Towns cover. I wonder why the US/UK versions always differ so much. Strange.

    You've got some great books to wander through - enjoy!

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  16. Oh wow, that's a cool Paper Towns cover!

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  17. Nice week! I love that Paper Towns cover.

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  18. Malcolm and Juliet, and Marked are both really good books. Enjoy.

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  19. They all sound awesome. Wow, that cover of Paper Towns is soo pretty! :)

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  20. You got a lot of good books in the mail. Can't wait to hear what you think of Red-Headed Step Child!

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  21. i like that paper towns cover the best. loved the story. dbfta!

    i haven't heard of the others so i look forward to your reviews.

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  22. Actually I am writing my Custom Essays project and getting important points from different blogs and forums and This is my pleasure to being here on this blog..

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