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Sunday, October 14, 2012

In My Mailbox- Week of Oct 8 + Retrospective

I did another vlog this week, and it's still kinda long. I just ramble way too much about awesome books (and long ones), and also spend like 30 seconds in silence reading the back of a book to myself. Enjoy!

Books Shown:

Out of the Easy by Ruta Sepetys (ARC, Feb 2013)
The Madness Underneath by Maureen Johnson (ARC, Feb 2013)
Crash and Burn by Michael Hassan (ARC, Feb 2013)
Shards and Ashes by Melissa Marr and Kelley Armstrong (ARC, Feb 2013)
The Trouble with Flirting by Claire LeZebnik (ARC, Feb 2013)
Arcadia Burns by Kai Meyer (ARC, Feb 2013)
Mind Games by Kiersten White (ARC, Feb 2013)
Pivot Point by Kasie West (ARC, Feb 2013)
A Cowboy for Christmas by Lori Wilde (paperback, Oct 2012)
Charlotte Street by Danny Wallace (paperback, Oct 2012)
Forgotten by Catherine McKenzie (paperback, Nov 2012)
Scarlet by Marissa Meyer (ARC, Feb 2013)
Touching the Surface by Kimberly Sabatini (hardcover, Oct 2012)
Dark Eden 1 + 2 by Patrick Carman (paperback and hardcover)
Don't Turn Around by Michelle Gagnon (hardcover)
Feedback by Robison Wells (hardcover)
Fang Girl by Helen Keeble (paperback)
Something Strange and Deadly by Susan Dennard (hardcover)
Ten by Gretchen McNeil (hardcover)
The Turning by Francine Prose (hardcover)

and here's my retrospective, which again has some lonely posts. Have you all abandoned me?!-

Monday- I posted my In My Mailbox on this day because of two blog tour posts happening on Sunday.

Wednesday- I reviewed Every Day by David Levithan, which is out in stores now!

Friday- I interviewed Tiffany Schmidt, author of Send Me A Sign, as part of a blog tour.


  1. wo so many! great video too, i will have to check some of these out they look good.

    Check out my mailbox!

  2. You are drowning in great books this week James, I really wish I lived near the library you donate your unwanted books too, my library is lucky if it gets 1 new book a year! :(
    I am saving Ten by Gretchen McNeil until Halloween, I know I am going to absolutely love it as horror is my fave genre, I also loved 'The Name Of The Star' but that new cover for the 2nd one is horrid and I'm annoyed because its not going to match my first one at all, I shouldn't care about this kind of thing but I do. Crash and Burn sounds so good and I hadn't even heard of it before, I love books about school shootings, Hate List springs to mind and I also have a good one called Quad but I can't remember who wrote it. I loved the Buffy and One Tree Hill episodes where they did a school shooting aswell.
    I know what you mean about long books, I have got The Diviners by Libba Bray in my to-read pile and I think it sounds amazing but I keep looking at it thinking 'omg, 600+ pages' YIKES!

  3. Whoa! That is quite a long book list. But, for sure, these are all good reads. Thank you so much for attaching this video as well. Carry on with providing more awesome blogs.