In My Mailbox ♡: Week 57

What is In My Mailbox?
In My Mailbox was started in November of 2008. What it all came down to was this: I get books to read and then ultimately share my thoughts about with my readers. As much as I want to, I can’t possibly read every book I receive. Yet, I still wanted a way to feature those books on the blog, even though it might not be in the form of a review. Problem solved!

Week 57: Here’s what’s in my mailbox this week!


1. “Loss (Horsemen Quartet #3)” by Jackie Morse Kessler – bought

2. “Monstrous Beauty” by Elizabeth Fama – via ARC swap (thanks!)

3. “This Is Not a Test” by Courtney Summers – via Librarything/St. Martin’s Griffin (thanks!)

4. “Once (Eve #2)” by Anna Carey – via HarperTeen (thanks!)

5. “Tiger Lily” by Jodi Lynn Anderson – via HarperTeen (thanks!)

6. “Something Strange & Deadly” by Susan Dennard – via HarperTeen (thanks!)

7. “Below Stairs: The Classic Maid’s Memoir That Inspired “Upstairs, Downstairs” and “Downton Abbey” by Margaret Powell – library

My huge thanks to librarything, HarperTeen, Macmillan, and my ARC swap partners this week – you guys are all awesome, because this is an awesome haul! I can’t wait to get started on “Tiger Lily”, “Once”, “Monstrous Beauty” and “Something Strange and Deadly”. I’ve finished “Loss” and “This Is Not A Test” and they were both AWESOME. Really wonderful books this week and I’m thankful for them. The library book was more of an impulse, I guess, because I’m counting down the days until the premiere of season 3 of “Downton Abbey”, so this should be interesting (I hope)! Thank you once again, everyone, for an awesome week!


1. “FLCL (Omnibus Edition)” by Gainax – via NetGalley/Dark Horse Comics

2. “The Shapeshifter’s Secret” by Heather Ostler – via NetGalley/Cedar Fort

3. “Dark Companion” by Maria Acosta – via NetGalley/Tor Teen

4. “Redemption” by Veronique Launier – via NetGalley/Flux

5. “Blackwood” by Gwenda Bond – via NetGalley/Curious Quills Press

6. “Shadow of Night (A Discovery of Witches)” by Deborah Harkness – via NetGalley/Random House

7. “Speed of Light (Fenestra #3)” by Amber Kizer – via NetGalley/Viking Adult

8. “Ashen Winter” by Mike Mullin – via NetGalley/Tanglewood Press

I think I’m most excited for “Shadow of Night”, “Dark Companion”, “FLCL”, and “Redemption” the most, as they either looked the most interesting or I’d read the previous books in the series. Still, all of these look great, and I can’t wait to read them all. Thanks to NG and its partners for granting me access this week!



None for this week!

What was in your mailbox this week?


18 thoughts on “In My Mailbox ♡: Week 57

  1. Wowzers so many great books, like every week! I love your blog so much! There is always fresh and updated content and I love checking it out for the newest releases, authors, and books! I hope you enjoy everything you got! I would really like to read Eve by Anna Carey because I’ve heard it’s really good 😀

    Kayla @ Bengal Reads

    Here is My IMM Post “Click Here” 🙂

    • Thanks for visiting, Kayla! And thanks! You can check out my review of “Eve” in the review archive if you need help making up your mind. 😉

    • The cover is gorgeous! I know, I kind of want to savor this one, and here’s hoping it doesn’t let me down. Thanks for visiting!

  2. So many great ones this week! I’m curious about This Is Not a Test. I’m scared I won’t like it. It’s one I either need to wait and buy or trade for. LOL!

    Thanks for stopping by LIO!

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