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In My Mailbox #41

In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren.

No video this week, sorry! I'm feeling lazy ;)


Advent by James Treadwell (proof from Hodder)
This one sounds pretty good - not heard much about it but it looks good! 

Black Arts by Prentice and Weil (Proof from David Fickling Books)
Not heard of this before! It looks pretty good - not quite sure what it's about and it's HUGE but I might give it a read nearer it's release in April :)

Fracture by Megan Miranda (Finished copy from Bloomsbury)
This is my second copy of this now - it looks SO good! I can't wait to read it :D


The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab (sent by the lovely Cicely from Cicely Loves Books)
Cic and I did a borrow swap kind of thing - I lent her a couple books and she lent me this! I'm on page 100 and it's very good, I can't wait to see what happens towards the end! Cole is very interesting... ;D Thanks Cicely!


Dash & Lily's Book of Dares

Dash & Lily's Book of Dares by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan (gifted by the awesome Iffath from Painting With Words)
I'm so excited to read this! I'll be reading it nearer Christmas, and I'm hoping it will completely get into a Christmassy mood :D Can't wait! Thanks Iffath!



Lenore Appelhans (@lenoreva) sent me an awesome swag pack, which contained a German Hunger Games tribute guide, a chapter sampler from Tempest by Julie Cross, and some awesome bookmarks, three of which were signed! :D Thanks so much! And them Cicely sent me some more awesome swag when she sent The Near Witch, (some more awesome bookmarks and another Hunger Games booklet), so I shall have to think of something awesome to send back when I'm done with TNW... :D

That's everything I got for the past two weeks - post has been quite slow but that's a good thing because I'm hoping to read lots before the end of the year! What did you get in your mailbox this week? Leave me a link and comment and I'll be sure to return the favour! :D


  1. Wow! Looks like you had a good week for books! Happy Reading!

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    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

  2. Ooh, can't wait to read Fracture! Love the swag! ^^

  3. I loved Fracture! You should read it soon. Dash and Lily's was cute too. Enjoy :)

  4. Wow, you got so much awesome! Enjoy it all :D I also really liked The Near Witch ;p *Jealous of all the swag*
    Love, Carina

  5. I've always meant to read The Near Witch. Hope you enjoy it!

  6. Advet and Black Arts sound really good! Enjoy all your books and have a lovely week! ;)

  7. :D I'm so glad you're enjoying TNW! And you don't have to send me anything back ;) Letting me borrow TSPOLAFS was enough! :) Happy reading!

  8. I'm jealous of your swag, I love swag, I never get swag... wow I am totally whining! I hope you enjoy all your books.

  9. I loved The Near Witch and cant wait to read Fracture! All your swag is mega cool.

    The Cait Files

  10. That is so cool that the HG tribute book exists in English too!

  11. Oh I am so jealous you got Fracture!!!! Awesome IM hun! (:

    my imm-

  12. I have a copy of Fracture...but not with that cover! Mine is just plain white!

    Magical Urban Fantasy Reads

  13. I have Fracture but I didn't get to read it. I can't wait to see what you think of it.

  14. Black Arts is a superb book!


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