Saturday, June 26, 2010

In My Mailbox (16)

In My Mailbox was started by Kristi over at The Story Siren and all you have to do is post about what books you received that week by mail, library, or store.

I was feeling kind of crappy earlier this week so for a little pick me up, I took a trip to the bookstore. I ended up buying three books that were part of the buy two, get one free deal and I'm kind of excited about them. I might go back tomorrow when their big sale is to get another three books that I have since decided I need in my life. Look for those next week.

When I saw 13 Little Blue Envelopes on that shelf, I knew it was fate that I had to buy it. Why you ask? On the way to the store I told myself that the first book I saw that I have been wanting to get for a while was going to be the book I bought. I have been wanting to read this book from Maureen Johnson for some time and the world told me it was time.


Next up was Wake by Lisa McMann. I saw this on someone's blog and it sounded like something I might like, plus this is another one where I like the cover.

I also got Perfect You by Elizabeth Scott. I was contemplating getting The Unwritten Rule but when I picked this one instead since it went along with the deal.

Have you read any of these books? What did you think? What did you get this past week?

Happy Reading!

8 comments:

  1. I've read all three of these! I loved 13 Little Blue Envelopes and Wake! Perfect You is good too!

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  2. All three sound like great reads. enjoy.

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  3. Good selection this week: Happy Reading! Here is my IMMB if you want a peek: Blkosiner Book Blog

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  4. Fantastic books! I've been meaning to read Wake.

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  5. Great books this week! I think all 3 of them are on my tbr list. Happy reading! :)

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  6. I really enjoyed 13 Little Blue Envelopes when I read it years ago. And of course Perfect You is one of my favorite books! Happy reading :)

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  7. Enjoy your new books! My mailbox is at The Crowded Leaf.

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