In My Mailbox (3)

In My Mailbox is a meme lead by The Story Siren. It’s a chance to report what books we’ve acquired this week, whether by mail, bookstore, or good old library-loan. What a fun way to keep track of each others’ reading habits!

Had a low week compared to last week. And no Reading Prospects this week because I didn’t get through both of them last week, and when I do I’m just drawing from this week’s purchases.

Purchased

Matched, by Ally Condie
Hunger, by Jackie Morse Kessler
Coraline (graphic novel), by Neil Gaiman

Borrowed

Kid Beowulf and the Blood-Bound Oath, by Alexis E. Fajardo
Kid Beowulf and the Song of Roland, by Alexis E. Fajardo
Thresholds, by Nina Kiriki Hoffman

What’s in your mailbox today?

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About Lucy

If you want to get fancy, Lucy lives in Portland, OR, and has a MA in Writing/Book Publishing, with a focus on Young Adult Literature, and a heaping disregard for literary snobbishness (she was an English Major–she’s seen and spouted her fair share). She works as a social media marketer, and has dabbled in developmental editing as a freelancer.
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7 Responses to In My Mailbox (3)

  1. Christin says:

    I got Matched this week too! Hope you enjoy it!

    Come see what’s in my mailbox

  2. Heey
    I’m here through the IMM! Love the Kid Beowulf!!
    I’m now a follower!!
    My IMM:
    http://universeinwords.blogspot.com/2010/12/in-my-mailbox.html

  3. Alison says:

    Great reads! Especially Matched and Hunger.
    My IMM

  4. charibdys says:

    I TOTALLY HAVE A CONTENTLESS WEBSITE NOW LUCY LEIK OMG

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