In My Mailbox

In my mailbox #3

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme from The Story Siren where you can share your new acquisitions. They can come from anywhere: through the mail, via the library, purchased from a store, or downloaded as ebooks.

This is what I got last two weeks-


Seeing Cindrella book & swag by Jenny Lundquist. Thank you Jenny!
Surrender book mark – signed. Thank you Aimee. πŸ™‚

For Review

You can sell by Shiv Khera
Navrasa Lotus by Rajiv Kumar


If you could see me now by Cecelia Ahern
The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater
Cleopatra’s moon by Vicky Alvear Shecter









Have you read any of these books?

What came in your mailbox this week?


32 thoughts on “In my mailbox #3”

  1. Aww I read a bit of P.S. I Love You years ago after I washed the movie, it was so different from the movie. I loved the movie more too. It was a real tear jerker for me, I’m hoping to read If You Could See Me Nowthis year though. Sometimes I wonder if it’s because she’s from Ireland that a lot of people who aren’t from there have difficulty getting into her writing.


    1. Oh I don’t think I couldn’t get into her writing but yes the book is really different from the movie and I read it after watching and preferred the movie too. Seen it endless times. πŸ˜€ However, she has made me want to go to Ireland.

      P.S. Finished reading If you could..will be reviewing soon.


  2. Awesome books! The Scorpio Races was ahhh-mazing πŸ™‚ Tears were shed…oh yes, tears were shed! Love the swag and congrats on the wins! Killing me Softly is one that I’d really love to check out πŸ™‚ Happy reading and thanks for stopping by πŸ™‚

    Chapter by Chapter


  3. +JMJ+

    I feel a little bad for the Cecilia Ahern book. It’s cover has endured so much wear and tear! But I guess that also means it is such a great read that it gets checked out all the time and read everywhere, aye? Perhaps the library will buy all Ahern’s books in hardback from now on. LOL!


      1. Haven’t started it yet, I’m trying to get a couple other books out of the way before I start it, but it looks so good that it’s proving rather difficult to ignore.

        P.S. have you ever read a Cecilia Ahern book before? I have the one you borrowed as well.


      2. I have read P.S. I love you after I saw the movie. But I still love the movie more which is surprising.

        I am almost finishing up with this one of Cecelia’s. It’s a bit too slow and a little abstract for my taste. 😦


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