In My Mailbox (39)

Sunday May  23, 2010
In My Mailbox hosted by The Story Siren and inspired by Alea @ Pop Culture Junkie is a way to share what new books you get each week.  They can be books you borrowed from the library, bought, traded, won or received for review.

So, without further adieu, the following are books I received this past week...enjoy!

 For review.... :) (links take you to Goodreads)

The Dancing Pancake by Eileen Spinelli
This is Me From Now On by Barbara Dee
The Mosts by Melissa Senate
Never After by Dan Elconin
Seaglass Summer by Anjali Banerjee
Raised by Wolves by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
Shadow Hills by Anastasia Hopcus
The Princess and the Snowbirds by Mette Ivie Harrison
Your Life but Cooler by Crystal Velasquez


Radiant Shadow by Melissa Marr
Runaways #10: Rock Zombies by Terry Moore & Takeshi Miyazawa
Bleeding Violet by Dia Reeves
Whisper by Phoebe Kitanidis
Shade by Jeri Smith-Ready

Hope you had a great week too!


Raíla said...

Aw, thanks for buying Whisper! Hope you enjoy sooo much. Shadow Hills and Shade sound awesome, too. I'd love to hear what YOU think. :) Happy reading!

Sara said...

Enjoy RAISED BY WOLVES! It is one of the few werewolf books I like... so good! :)

Spellboundbybooks Melissa said...

Aww so lucky. There are some really awesome books here.

Hope you enjoy reading these!

Amber Skye said...

You have some really great books! I'm especially jealous of Shadow Hills. Hope you enjoy them all :)

prophecygirl said...

Nice week! This Is Me From Now On is a great, fun book, and Shadow Hills sounds amazing!

Happy reading :)

Kelly said...

Great books, enjoy! :)

Jennie Smith said...

Great books this week! Happy reading!!!

come by and see what I have this week too!

Katelyn said...

Looks like you've got a great stack this week, I've been so excited to read Shadow Hills, can't wait to read your review!

fredamans said...

Great bunch!

-k said...

Wow great haul this week. I can't wait to read Shadow Hills, Raised by wolves, Bleeding Violet, Radiant Shadow and Shade. But all these books look absolutely amazing!