In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi from The Story Siren all about the new books you've received throughout the week. These can be review titles, books you bought, books you borrowed, whatever! IMM is about show casing these new titles.
I have said I've been on a book getting ban which is why I didn't get anything last week. (*sobs*) So this week, when I saw the books that came in for me at the library I completely ignored that ban and took them all. I'll probably never finish them all in time but I couldn't let these titles go.
First off, thank you Prufrock Press! I know November is NaNoWriMo but I can't participate because of school. But I can still write! I'm really excited for the tips & tricks here. Plus, the cover is so much fun to look at. Every time I notice something new. ☺
From the Library
I've always liked this series and I can't wait to see how everything turns out. Plus I'm curious about that ring!
I've heard some great stuff about this one. Plus, the cover is soo pretty!
Anna and the French Kiss was awesome, which gives me more than enough reason to read Lola!
I've also heard so much good stuff about this one, and with the creepy cover and premise filled with suspense, it's one of my must reads.
I'm such a huge fan of this series and I love Simone's books! I know I'll devour this book and I can't wait to read about Luis' story.
I met Margaret on tour and she was awesome so I'd probably read any book she writes... but I do love this series too! I ♥ Casters!
This title is amazing. The cover looks awesome. Plus, I make it my personal mission to read anything in YA about slaying and hunters. Yeah, I'm a Buffy and Supernatural fan.
Sara Zarr comes with huge recommendations so I wanted to try this book. Also, the title reminds me of that song How to Save a Life and I liked that so I couldn't pass on this book.
I honestly have no clue what this book is about, but the title and the cover make it seem right up my alley. I'm ready to be surprised!
I've seen nothing but good about this book. Seriously. I need it. Plus the cover and premise look awesome.
I love Anna's books, plus Bright Young Things was great! I love reading about the 20s!
So that's what I got in my mailbox this week. I honestly just want to take three weeks off school and finish all the books on my TBR so I can start these. They sound great and I'm looking forward to reviewing them. Anyway, thanks for visiting Tantalizing Illusions! Feel free to comment and leave a link. Let me know what you got in your mailbox!