Mailbox Monday is a weekly event where we share our latest book arrivals. Link up and find new mailboxes to stalk at the Mailbox Monday blog! Hope you’re enjoying the three-day weekend. I’ve been spending it doing some spring cleaning and catching up on audiobooks. How was your week?
Here’s my week in books:
Brazen by Katherine Longshore – This is a companion novel to Gilt and Tarnish and is about Mary Howard, the wife of Henry VIII’s illegitimate son, Henry Fitzroy.
Chorus by Emma Trevayne -This is a sequel to last years Coda– I’ll be reading both books back to back.
E-Books for Review:
All Four Stars by Tara Dairman -This MG book looks so cute! It’s about an 11-year-old gourmet chef named Gladys Gatsby who aspires to be a food critic.
Starry Night by Isabel Gillies – Pretty cover! This book is about love, art and New York City.
Laughing at my Nightmare by Shane Burcaw -This memoir is about twenty-one-year-old Shane who has spinal muscular atrophy. He talks about his day-to-day life in a humorous way. And hey, Rainn Wilson blurbed it so it must be pretty funny.
More Than Music by Elizabeth Briggs – This NA book is about a girl who joins a rock band for a reality TV show and falls for her bandmate. It’s getting some awesome reviews so far!
Harder by Robin York – Oh happy day. I loved the first novel, Deeper, and am eager to read part two of Caroline and West’s story.
Truly by Ruthie Knox – Double happiness! (Ruthie Knox is aka Robin York) Truly is the first book in a new contemporary romance series set in NYC.
Thank you to Penguin, Running Press, Wendy Darling & Putnam Juvenile, Victory Editing, Macmillan Childrens, and Random House.
Giveaway alert- While you’re here, be sure to check out a couple of giveaways going on now: Everything Leads to You by Nina LaCour, and the First Comes Love series by Katie Kacvinsky. Open to everyone!
What’s new in your mailbox?