Mailbox Monday #70

October 27, 2013 Mailbox Monday 18

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. Mailbox Monday is on tour, and you can link up at Book Dragon’s Lair this month.

New arrivals at Casa Reading Date:

Audiobooks:

Allegiant by Veronica Roth read by Emma Galvin and Aaron Stanford  – Audible purchase – I listened to this one quickly since the spoilers were flying. Still processing!

Paddle Your Own Canoe written and read by Nick Offerman – Penguin Audio – I’m a Parks and Recs fan so I’m interested in hearing more about the man behind Ron Swanson.

E-books:

Safe With Me by Amy Hatvany – Atria Books Washington Square Press – Hatvany’s latest (out in March) is about domestic violence and organ donation.

Definitely, Maybe in Love by Ophelia London – Entangled Embrace – A modernized, New Adult take on Pride and Prejudice. Looks cute!

Hushed by Kelley York – Entangled Embrace digital re-release with new coverThis sounds like a teen Dexter- can’t wait to read it.

Switched by Cassie Mae – Random House Flirt – Switched sounds fun and adorable – it’s about two college couples in a love quadrangle.

Biggest Flirts by Jennifer Echols – Simon Pulse – Yay for a new Echols’s series! The Superlatives series is about Florida hs seniors and how their Who’s Who labels affect their lives.

Purchased:

Perfect Ruin by Lauren DeStefano – Currently only $1.99 for kindle. I’ve been eyeing this one!

Autobiography by Morrissey – Not published in the US yet, so I picked it up from Book Depository. Should be entertaining!

What exciting new books did you pick up this week?

18 Responses to “Mailbox Monday #70”

  1. Annie

    Is Jennifer Echols new book out already? I read a synopsis for this a while ago and it sounds RIGHT UP MY ALLEY!!!!!! I wants it, lol. Switched sounds pretty awesome as well, I’ll watch out for your review. Just saw a review of Hushed that was brilliant, so I’m thinking you’ll enjoy that one. :-)

    • Annie

      Gah, just went to check… May 2014. :-( Oh well, at least it’s a reason to look forward to 2014, lol.

  2. Mary

    I read another of Hatvany’s books earlier this year and really enjoyed it. Have a great week!

  3. DeniseF

    Allegiant! I am so excited to read it but I’m like number 50 on the library wait list. : ( Happy Reading and thanks for stopping by!

  4. fishgirl182

    I got Perfect Ruin, too, Lucy. I could not resist at that price. The NA Pride & Prejudice sounds interesting, too. Still not too sure about NA but I need to read a few more. Happy reading,Lucy!