In My Mailbox #19

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren. It’s where all participants post what new books they received in the mail, from the library, or contests they won, etc. Click the link for more info and to join in on the fun!


From NetGalley:
Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin, Book #1), by Robin LaFevers (Thank you, Houghton Mifflin!)
Angel Eyes (Angel Eyes Trilogy, Book #1), by Shannon Dittemore (Thank you, Thomas Nelson!)
Lies Beneath (Lies Beneath, Book #1), by Anna Greenwood Brown (Thank you, Random House!) 

From the Publisher:
I Am Me, by Ram Sundaram (Thank you, Smith Publicity!) 

From Booksneeze:
Dawn Comes Early, by Margaret Brownley

From Tyndale:
Miracle for Jen, by Linda Barrick (blog tour post to go up in March!)


A Witch In Winter (Winter Trilogy, #1), by Ruth Warburton (Thank you, Wendy, from A Cupcake and a Latte!)


I’ve Got Your Number, by Sophie Kinsella
Fever (Chemical Garden, #2), by Lauren DeStefano

*Yes, I’m on a book-buying ban, but I bought these at the end of January mostly with an Amazon gift card. While I haven’t bought anything in the past few weeks, the official start date for my book-buying ban is March 1st. Expect lots of crankiness. 


Touch of Power (Healer, #1), by Maria V. Snyder
Damn You, Autocorrect!, by Jillian Madison
Softly & Tenderly (A Songbird Novel), by Sara Evans**
She Walks In Beauty (Poems), by Caroline Kennedy
In Too Deep, by Amanda Grace
The Merchant’s Daughter, by Melanie Dickerson
The Way We Fall (Fallen World, #1), by Megan Crewe
Bewitching (Kendra Chronicles, #1), by Alex Flinn
Amy & Roger’s Epic Detour, by Morgan Matson
Chopsticks: A Novel, by Jessica Anthony and Rodrigo Corral 

**This was actually a book that I had gotten from NetGalley many, many months ago. It was the first book I got from them, but I didn’t have an e-reader. It was so frustrating to read on the computer that I abandoned it. I’m hoping to get it read during the March Review Challenge and get my review up on NetGalley finally!

What’s in your mailbox?

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10 thoughts on “In My Mailbox #19

  1. Great stuff!
    Can’t believe I missed Grave Mercy on NetGalley!!!
    I have Fever too — so excited!
    And I’ve been using my library a lot more over the past year. Hoping that if I support YA by checking those books out, they’ll order more 🙂

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