Sunday, April 17, 2011

In My Mailbox 17

So I took a last trip to our local Border's store yesterday and once again found some new books.  I don't think I've even managed to post all of the ones I got last week or the week before, so today I am being a bit lazy and I am just going to list the titles.  Some of them were chosen by my children, but typically I end up reading those too!

1.  Winter Bloom by Tara Heavey
2.  The Inheritance Almanac: An A to Z Guide to the World of Eragon by Michael Macauley (never mind that they haven't read Eragon yet, I guess we'll be finding that at the library or a bookstore sometime soon!)
3.  Gossip Girl:  For Your Eyes Only by Cecily Von Ziegesar (a graphic novel) (odd choice since I've never seen the show, but I want to see how graphic novels and manga hold up when one is unfamiliar with the story they are based on)
4.  Matchless by Gregory Maguire
5.  The Next Queen of Heaven by Gregory Maguire
6.  Jim Henson's Return to Labyrinth (another graphic novel/manga)
7.  Revolution by Jennifer Donnelly
8.  My Fair Succubus by Jill Myles (currently on my wish list as I've read the first two books already)
9.  God's Guest List by Debbie Macomber (also from my wish list)
10.  Needles and Pearls by Gil MacNeil
11.  Treasure Map of Boys by E. Lockhart
12.  Star of Stone by P.D. Baccalario
13.  Blood Lite II: Overbite  multiple author anthology
14.  A Christmas Sampler:  Sweet, Funny, and Strange Holiday Tales by the Bethlehem Writers Group ( I know one of the authors in this anthology and I have meant to look for the book more than once, yesterday it was just there in front of me so I took it as a sign to get the book and give her story a try)


  1. Great mailbox, I hope you enjoy your books! Oh and your baby is adorable! <3

  2. Well, I've now managed to read two of these and start a third. I think it is time to read my shelves for a while before letting myself buy anything new. I may still accept some review books and be lured by new ones at the library, but I hope to stick with not buying any new books until I make some headway with my own shelves!