Mailbox Monday

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. I post my mailbox hauls about twice a month.

Here are some of the books that have made their way to me this month:

mailbox monday the weight of zero

The Weight of Zero by Karen Fortunati from Penguin Random House – I am always interested in books that portray mental illness in a realistic way and have heard many positive things about this one.

Breakaway by Kat Spears from St. Martin’s Press – New to paperback, this book is about a boy grieving his sister’s death, dealing with friendship drama, and finding first love.

mailbox monday the possibility of somewhere

The Possibility of Somewhere by Julia Day from St. Martin’s Press – Two students compete for class valedictorian and end up bonding when they work together on a class project.

Saving Mr. Terupt by Rob Buyea from Penguin Random House – New to paperbook, this is the third book in the Mr. Terupt middle grade series. In this installment, the kids are entering junior high.

mailbox monday the ramblers

The Ramblers by Aidan Donnelley Rowley from Harper Collins – I’ve been meaning to read this one so I was excited the chance to join the blog tour. In this one, three characters meet up in NYC during Thanksgiving week and deal with the past in order to make plans for the future.

All the Ugly and Wonderful Things by Bryn Greenwood from BOTM – This unconventional love story has been getting lots of buzz this summer and it’s high on my TBR.

Hard Rules by Lisa Renee Jones from St. Martin’s Press – Book one in the Dirty Money series is described as “Wall Street meets the Sons of Anarchy” and is a family drama with romance and mystery.

mailbox monday book of veganish

Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking by Dana Shultz from Penguin Random House – Dana’s blog is one of my foodie favorites and I’m excited to try my hand at some of these recipes. I suck at food photography but will do my best to share my results.

The Book of Veganish by Kathy Freston with Rachel Cohn from Penguin Random House – This book is aimed at YA’s who are interested in trying a plant-based diet. I went vegetarian in my teens and would have loved to have this book as a resource!

What’s new in your mailbox?

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9 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday

  1. Nice mailbox!! Lots of good books to read.

    I LOVE the cookbook one.

    ENJOY them all and your reading week.

    Elizabeth
    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  2. kay says:

    Great selection! I heard amazing things about All the Ugly and Wonderful Things but I’m still unsure whether it’s for me. I hope you enjoy it, as well as your other new books!

  3. Lori says:

    You got a lot of great books! I’m really interested in The Weight of Zero and All the Ugly and Wonderful Things. I can’t wait to see what you think. Veganish sounds fun! I’m a vegetarian, but I’d love to go completely vegan one day. Enjoy all your new reads, Lucy!

  4. Mary says:

    I thought The Ramblers was pretty good. Everyday Cooking looks like a good cookbook.

  5. I enjoyed The Ramblers…and The Weight of Zero looks like one I’d like, too. Thanks for sharing, and have a great week. Thanks for visiting my blog.

  6. Serena says:

    I do love me some cookbooks!

  7. What beautiful covers! The cookbooks speak to me most, probably because I’m hungry and a burger sounds good!

  8. Vicki says:

    I love cookbooks! My son and his family are vegan.

  9. Leslie says:

    Great week! And cookbooks too. 🙂

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