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Mar 272011
 
In My Mailbox is a weekly meme created by Kristi at The Story Siren that gives readers the chance to share the books they bought/received/swapped/rented over the past week.


Bought:
Desires of the Dead by Kimberly Derting (ebook)

From the library:
These Things Hidden by Heather Gudenkauf

From an awesome work conference:
Search Engine Optimization for Dummies by Bruce Clay (he was the speaker!)

So what is this mailbox full of? It is full of a recommendation by a very excited and awesome book blogger by the name of Ginger. It is full of a very swoonworthy boy who I can’t wait to read more about. It is full of sibling secrets and drama. It is full of my fave genre, historical fiction. AND, it is full of the extreme nerd in me and my love of Internet marketing. Needless to say, I am PUMPED to read all of these :)

  19 Responses to “In My Mailbox (32)”

  1. Awesome books this week. I loved The Body Finder so I am dying to read Desires Of The Dead. And Madame Tussaud has a gorgeous cover! Happy reading.

  2. I really liked Desires of the Dead. It’s rarely when sequels are just as good as their first novels and Desires of the Dead was that good for me. I hope you enjoy all your books this week!

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  3. I am very much intersted in “The Summer I turned Pretty.” I heard so many great things about these series. I just ordered it earlier at the BookDepository. Hope you’ll enjoy reading that. :D

  4. Yay for dummies books! I pretty much have a lil shelf dedicated to them :)

    Enjoy the books!

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  5. I LUVRE the Summer books like a crazy obsessive fan because they are SO DAMN GOOD. Honestly can’t wait to see what you think :)

  6. Ginger is going to be very excited you have The Summer I Turned Pretty! Great books this week!

  7. I really want that Madame Tussaud book. I love historical fiction and that sounds like a good one.

  8. YES! I love that Dummies book! Of course, I didn’t manage to get through the whole thing… but it’s the thought that counts, yes? :P
    (And I feel guilty about leaving links in the comments, but… here’s my IMM.)

  9. I really want to read that Madame Tussaud book. Michelle Moran looks like a fantastic historical fiction author. Hope you enjoy your books :)

  10. The Summer I Turned Pretty sounds like a fantastic read. I’m adding it to my must-read list now. Enjoy all of those great reads.

  11. Like most of the other comments, I really want to read the Summer I Turned Pretty…I keep looking at it…lol let me know how you like it!

  12. Oh look at that.. you got The Summer I Turned Pretty!! hahahaaaa :P Enjoy it my dear! Can’t wait to discuss the awesomeness of Jenny Han with you :-)

  13. Fab set! I really want to read Madame Tussaud and The Summer I Turned Pretty.
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  14. Madame is a great book – I loved it!

  15. Yay Desires of the Dead

  16. I loved the summer series! Ginger recommends the best books. Madame Tussaud looks interesting. I love historical fiction so I might have to check that one out. Have a great week! :-)

  17. you got some really great books. I really can’t wait to read Desires of the Dead. Hope you enjoy them!

  18. The Summer I Turned Pretty = epic. So glad that Ginger pimped that book so much. Also, I have been wanting to read These Things Hidden. Can’t wait to hear what you think.

  19. Madame Tussaud was really good–hope you enjoy it!

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