In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by the Story Siren, where we talk about the books we got our hands on last week.
I have not done an In my Mailbox - post since april. After that I have been attending Book Expo America, have gotten some books for review and bought a lot of books. The post would have been too long if I should have written about each book, so this is a selection of books I have accquired during the summer.
Rebecca Lim: Exile Lizzie Enfield: What You Don't Know
Eowyn Ivey: The Snow Child
Louisa Young; My Dear, I Wanted to Tell You
Moira Young: Blood Red Road ( e-galley)
K.K Ross: Daughter of the Centaurs (e-galley)
Jenny Wingfield: The Homecoming of Samuel Lake (e-galley)
Juliet Grey: Becoming Marie Antoinette (e-galley)
Juliet Dark: The Demon Lover (e-galley)
Mike Mullin: Ashfall (e-galley)
Sylvia Day: A Touch of Crimson (e-galley)
Mary McGarry Morris: Light from a Distant Star (e-galley)
R. William Bennett: Jacob T. Marley (e-galley)
Julie Kagawa: The Iron Knight (e-galley)
Mette Ivie Harrison: Tris & Izzie (e-galley)
Stacia Brown: Accidents of Providence (e-galley)
Adrian McKinty: Deviant (e-galley)
Cayla Kluver: Legacy (e-galley)
Rachel Caine: Working Stiff
Melissa Marr: Enthralled
Alyson Noel: Everlasting
Ellen Feldman: Next to Love
Sarah Addison Allen: The Girl Who Chased the Moon
Sarah Addison Allen: Garden Spells
Sarah Addison Allen: The Peach Keeper
I read The Sugar Queen, and fell completely in love with this author's writing style, so I bought the rest of her books too.
Vanessa Diffenbaugh: The Language of Flowers
Katherine Webb: The Unseen
Chevy Stevens: Never Knowing
Sarah Blake: The Postmistress
Jennifer Donnelly: The Tea Rose
Kathleen Grissom: The Kitchen House
Michelle Moran: Madame Tussaud
I have been hooked on historical novels lately, and I have not bought a lot of YA - titles since I received so many at BEA. I need to read those first. But I have preordered some titles, that I will show to you once they show up in my mailbox during autumn.
What did you get in your mailbox?