Mailbox Monday #40

March 10, 2013 Mailbox Monday 20

Mailbox Monday buttonMailbox Monday is a weekly event where we share our latest book arrivals. Join in to share your book loot and discover some new book blogs. Caitlin @ chaotic compendiums is the host for March, so be sure to say hi and link up!

E-Books for Review:

Red by Allison Cherry from Random House  РIn Scarlettville, having red hair is a must. What will Felicity do when the secret that her red locks come from a bottle is exposed? Sounds fun!

Dancer, Daughter, Traitor, Spy by Elizabeth Kiem from Soho Teen – Set in the Soviet Union and New York in 1982, a ballerina with a supernatural gift tries to solve the mystery of her mother’s disappearance.

Dirty Little Secret by Jennifer Echols from Simon & Schuster – Jennifer Echols takes on country music! A must for a Nashville (& Echols) fan like me.

The Bookstore by Deborah Meyler from Gallery Books – Set in New York, a (pregnant) British art history student takes a job at The Owl bookstore. A book celebrating bookstores! Looks cute.

Blaze (or Love in the Time of Supervillains) by Laurie Boyle Crompton from Sourcebooks – Blaze takes on the sexting topic when a comic loving girl gets caught in a scandal. Love the cover.

Written in Red by Anne Bishop from Penguin Audio – I am in the mood for a new Urban Fantasy series and this one is getting some great reviews.

MM 40 Books


Requiem by Lauren Oliver – Scared to read it, but I have it!

Reckless (audiobook) by S.C. Stephens – Really good! (Review)


Salvation by Anne Osterlund – Bookish girl falls for popular guy with a twist. I’ve been waiting for this hold to come in and I’m excited to read it.

Perfect Scoundrels by Ally Carter – Heist Society 3!

Bookish Birthday Gifts:

Breaking Dawn part 2 DVD – From my sis – thank you! Andrew is going to write a Movie Date about this one, and I’m a little scared about that.

Betty Goes Vegan by Annie & Dan Shannon – A couple of vegan cookbooks from my sister-in-law. This one is a kind of vegan-ized Betty Crocker.

Vegan Eats World by Terry Hope Romero – Vegan international recipes. There’s so many I can’t wait to try.

Happy reading!

20 Responses to “Mailbox Monday #40”

  1. fishgirl182

    my friend read written in blood and loved it. i might end up getting it on my kindle soon. and omg about breaking dawn. my friend just made her husband watch it with her last week and we had a hilarious discussion about it. while i think it’s one of the better twilight movies, i can admit that it’s still pretty bad. :)

    would love to know what you think of blaze. i am intrigued by the premise and the cover is pretty cool. enjoy your new books, lucy!

  2. livredeamour

    Some of these are new to me. They look very interesting. I really love looking at people’s hauls. Come check out my STS as well.


  3. Dina

    I know what you mean about being scared to read Requiem, I love all the other books so much and cannot stand the idea of being disappointed with the ending. I’ll probably just force myself to read it because you never know, I might feel differently than some of the reviews out there.

    Red sounds really interesting and one I’m likely to pick-up when it comes out.

  4. Kelley

    So many books! How do you have time to read them all?

    I’m not too big on country music, but I love the cover for Dirty Little Secret. :)

  5. kay

    That’s an awesome mailbox! I’ve been intrigued by Red, I feel like it could go either way on the good/bad scale! I hadn’t heard of The Bookstore but it sounds like something I should investigate. Happy reading!

  6. squee1313

    Urban paranormal has always been a favorite genre. It seems like its been hit or miss, mostly miss, lately. I checked out Written In Red. It has a twist I never heard of so I put it on my library list. Here’s to hoping it’s a hit.

  7. Merin

    I am practically having to sit on my hands to keep myself from requesting Dancer, Daughter… I’m definitely going to look forward to your thoughts on that one.

    Happy reading! :)

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