This is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren.
I am sorry that I have not been blogging so much lately. I have had so much to do, busy at work, and a lot of school work ( I am studying literature). But I will do better.
I have gotten a lot of amazing books since I last did In My Mailbox. Here they are:
Janice Hardy: Pain Merchants; The Healing Wars 1
Kiersten White: Paranormalcy
Paranormalcy and The Healing Wars just showed up in my mailbox unexpected a few days before christmas. I was so happy, and literally jumped up and down. I have been wanting to read Paranormalcy for so long. The Pain Merchants also looks great. Thanks to the amazing people at HarperCollins Childrens UK who sent me these books. I am so grateful.
I have also received a few books from Netgalley:
L. A. Weatherly: Angel Burn
Mauren McGovan: Sleeping Beauty; Vampire Slayer
Eden Unger Bowitch; The Atomic Weight of Secret or the Arrival of the Mysterious Men in Black
Shirley Duke: Unthinkable
Mara Purnhagen: One Hundred Candles
I have bought a lot of books lately. Aside from the books I preordered in 2010, I will try to no buy any more books for a while. Anyway, here are the books I got in December and so far in January:
Kelley Creagh: Nevermore
PC Cast: Divine by Mistake (Bought in Norwegian)
PC Cast: Divine by Choice (Bought in Norwegian)
PC Cast: Divine by Blood (Bought in Norwegian)
Susan Krinard: Chasing Midnight (Bought in Norwegian)
Michele Hauf: Her Vampire Husband (Bought in Norwegian)
Maggie Shayne: Bloodline (Bought in Norwegian)
Christoper Pike: Thirst no 3
I discovered a sale on some books in a bookshop, and they only cost 3,52 USD each, so I had to have them:
Kate MacAllister: The Last of the Red Hot Vampires
Kate MacAllister: Playing with Fire
Kate MacAllister: Up in Smoke
Kate MacAllister: Me and My Shadow
Kate MacAllister: Love in the Time of Dragons
Kate MacAllister: Sex and the Single Vampire
Kate MacAllister: Sex, Lies and Vampires
Kate MacAllister: A Girl's Guide to Vampires
Kate MacAllister: Even Vampires get the Blues
What did you get in your mailbox? And if you have read any of Kate MacAllister's books I would love to hear what you thought of them.