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In My Mailbox #47

I'm back with another In My Mailbox! :) Also, I just wanted to introduce you to my new design! I made it myself and I'm so proud - let me know what you think in the comments! Now, let's get onto the books I've received lately :)

FOR REVIEW




Unrest by Michelle Harrison (Finished copy, Simon & Schuster, 26th April 2012)
The Gathering Dark by Leigh Bardugo (Proof, Indigo, 7th June 2012)
The Immortal Rules by Julie Kagawa (US proof, HarlequinTEEN, 24th April 2012) *signed*


Ahh I'm SO excited to read this, and it's signed!! :D 

GIFTED/BORROWED


Cinder by Marissa Meyer (Gifted from Vickie @ ComaCalm)
Dead Rules by RS Russell (Gifted from Laura @ SisterSpooky)
Fall For Anything by Courtney Summers (Borrowed from Iffath @ Painting With Words)
Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley (Borrowed from Iffath @ Painting With Words)

On Friday, I went to a launch party in London, for Sarwat Chadda's new book, Ash Mistry and the Savage Fortress. So I bought a copy of that and got it signed, and got some signed swag too - so if I have a giveaway up any time soon you might see them in the prizes! ;D 

  
I forgot to put the border around the picture on the right... >.< annoying!

So that's everything I have received since my last In My Mailbox, what did you get in yours? Let me know in the comments and leave me a link! :D 

Thanks to HarlequinTEEN/MIRA Ink, Indigo, Simon & Schuster, Vickie, Laura and Iffath for everything I received! <3

Comments

  1. Great books this week m'dear and I love your new design!x

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  2. I love the new design! The Immortal Rules and Unrest look awesome :) Great mailbox!

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  3. Cute design and what a great pile! :) I'm sure The Immortal Rules will be amazing.

    Happy reading!
    Vicky
    Books, Biscuits, and Tea

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  4. Awesome books hun!! LOVING your new design too!!!

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  5. I loved Cinder! The immortal rules was ok and I'm hoping to get Graffiti moon :)

    Love your new design to!

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  6. You got very awesome books! As I already told you on Twitter, I love the new design

    The Cait Files

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  7. Nice books this week. I can't wait to get my hands on The Immortal Rules! So lucky you got it signed!

    Cinder I've read and really enjoyed it; I hope you do as well!

    My IMM


    My IMM

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  8. I might be hating you for having a SIGNED copy of The Immortal Rules! Hih :D <3 Jk. A little. So jealous, though :) The book is amazing. Also, Cinder is so so so so so so so good. <3 I hope you enjoy it all :D
    Love, Carina

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  9. Yay for launch party and signed books, haha! By the way, I *love* the new design ;) Enjoy!

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  10. you got some amazing books last week! I really hope you enjoy them!

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