Sunday, 26 February 2012

In my Mailbox #20

This week, I've behaved myself pretty well! The only physical book that has come into my home has been one that I won from another blog's giveaway.
I wonder how long this will last before I start buying ridiculous amounts of books again?
*not mentioning the books I have pre-ordered*

Physical books: Won

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Sister, Missing by Sophie McKenzie: I won a signed copy of this one from the blog, Page Turner. I won it without realising that it was a second in a series, so last week, as you may have noticed, I bought the first one, Girl, Missing, so that I can read both of them. They look like they might be nice, easy reads, but still interesting. Hopefully my expectations are fulfilled!

eBooks: Bought

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Into the Darkest Corner by Elizabeth Haynes: This is one of the TV book club reads for this season, and although I don't have time to read the books along with the series, I do still want to read this one - especially now that my close friend, Gemma from Passion for Novels, has recommended it to me! I'm looking forward to reading this one!

Paw Tracks in the Moonlight by Denis O'Connor: This one was on the Kindle Daily Deal yesterday for 99p, and after downloading and reading the sample, I decided that it would probably be worth the read. It sounds like a really sweet little story (which, by the way, is apparently true, as it's classed as biography).

eBooks to Review: NetGalley

Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross: I got this one from Egmont USA from NetGalley to review. Fairy tales coming to life seems to be becoming a trend at the moment (I'm already currently reading Cinder by Marissa Meyer). I hope this will prove to be just as good!

What came in your mailbox this week? Let us know in the comments below!


Ria- The Beaucoup Review. said...

Sister, Missing is amazing, enjoy!

Beverley said...

Girl, Missing and Sister, Missing are both fab books, I'm sure you will enjoy reading them!

Ellie Warren said...

I keep saying I need to cut down but I don't know when it's going to happen, off to the Simon & Schuster blogger day next week, bound to come home with more than I need!

GABY said...

Kill Me Softly sounds good, Happy Reading!
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Stepping Out of the Page said...

Congratulations on the book win! It looks so awesome. Kill Me Softly looks really good too, I've heard some good things about it already :) Enjoy!

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Paige said...

I hope you enjoy everything you got this week! Come check out my IMM!

roro said...

hope u njoy all

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