Sunday, October 31, 2010

In My Mailbox

We're going to play another round of catch up because I'm such a slacker on this thing. I'm thinking of maybe just jumping the gun and doing a vlog someday. What are your thoughts? Do you guys like seeing vlogs?






For Review:
Delirium by Lauren Oliver
Across the Universe by Beth Revis

Won:
Nightshade by Andrew Cremer

Bought:
Take Me There by Carolee Dean
Supernatural Magazine  (Supernatural Sunday will be up later tonight. We have major things to discuss!)
Women's Devotional Bible: Classic Edition (If you're looking for a good collaboration of a bible and devotions this is your book!)

Library:
Insatiable by Meg Cabot
Catch A Rising Star by Tracey Bateman
You Had Me at Good-bye by Tracey Bateman
That's (Not Exactly) Amore by Tracey Bateman

♥amber

8 comments:

ifmary said...

Wwo you've got some great books :D !
I can't wait to read Delirium and I'll buy Nightshade soon :).

Happy halloween and Happy reading !

prophecygirl said...

Delirium! Across the Universe! Supernatural! Awesome mailbox :D

And yes, please do a vlog. I want to put a face/voice to the name ;)

Happy Halloween! Grr Argh!

Morgan said...

Awesome mailbox! Nightshade, Across the Universe, Take Me There, Delirium- I want to read all of them so badly! Looking forward to see what you think! Happy Halloween!

Tara said...

Great books this week! I can't wait to read Nightshade and Delirium, and I am super jealous of Across the Universe. Enjoy :)

BrittLit said...

Great books this week. Vlogs can be fun. Nightshade was amazing. Happy Reading!

The Library Lurker said...

Delirium and Nightshade are both amazing! I'm sooo excited for Across the Universe! Looks like you got some great library books too! Happy reading!

My IMM if you want to check it out.

Jessica Lawlor said...

New follower! :)

Great books this week! I'm excited about the Lauren Oliver, as well and I love the cover of Catch a Falling Star!

Ginger said...

I'll be curious to read your review on Take Me There -- that book did not turn out to be what I thought it was, at all.