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Letterbox Love #1

Hello! Seeing as I haven't done an In My Mailbox in such a long time, I thought I'd do one again but switch over to the UK version - Letterbox Love, hosted by Lyndsey at Narratively Speaking. Not because I don't like IMM because of what happened agess ago, but I just thought that I should probably do the UK version now seeing as I'm a UK blogger... ;P


I have absolutely loads to show you, because I haven't done one for ages. Hopefully after this they'll be semi-regular, hopefully at least once a month, but we'll see. So this is for THE LAST FEW MONTHS. Sorry for caps lock, but I always get at least one person in the comments asking how I got so much in one week... ;)

FOR REVIEW: 


Everneath by Brodi Ashton (Simon Pulse, 2nd August 2012)
Torn by David Massey (Chicken House, 2nd August 2012)
Muddle and Win by John Dickinson (David Fickling Books, 30th August 2012)
Rage Within by Jeyn Roberts (Macmillan, 30th August 2012)
Shift by Kim Curran (Strange Chemistry, 4th September 2012)
Foretold by Jana Oliver (Macmillan, 2nd August 2012)
Fated by Alyson Noel (Macmillan, released)
Devilish by Maureen Johnson (HarperCollins, released)
Dreamless by Josephine Anglini (Macmillan, 5th July 2012)
Losing Lila by Sarah Alderson (Simon Pulse, 2nd August 2012)
The Wolf Princess by Catheryn Constable (Chicken House, 4th October 2012)
Breathe by Sarah Crossan (Bloomsbury, 11h October 2012)
Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler (Electric Monkey, 6th August 2012)
Blackwood by Gwenda Bond (Strange Chemistry, 4th September 2012)
The Assassin's Curse by Cassandra Rose Clarke (Strange Chemistry, 2nd October 2012)
Poltergeeks by Sean Cummings (Strange Chemistry, 2nd October 2012)
Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan (Simon and Schuster, 27th September 2012)



Alice in Zombieland by Gena Showalter (MIRA Ink, 5th October 2012)
Zom-B by Darren Shan (Simon and Schuster, 27th September 2012)
Time Between Us by Tamara Ireland Stone (Random House, 25th October 2012)
Days of Blood and Starlight teaser by Laini Taylor (Hodder and Stoughton)
Envy by Elizabeth Miles (Simon Pulse, 4th September 2012)
What's Left of Me by Kat Zhang (HarperCollins, 27th September 2012)

BOUGHT/BORROWED:
The Diviners by Libba Bray (borrowed from Cicely at Cicely Loves Books)
Emma Hearts LA by Keris Stainton (won from Serendipity Reviews)
Pride & Prejudice by Jane Austen (bought for school)
Endlessly by Kiersten White (bought)
Under the Never Sky by Veronica Rossi (gifted from Jim at YAYeahYeah)

Woah. All finished now. This is everything I received since the beginning of June. I have a question: Do you find this post braggy? I'm aware I have a received a lot of books recently, and I definitely don't want you guys to think I'm showing off or being braggy: I just haven't shown you what I've got for ages... And I like doing book hauls because I like to give books that I'm not going to get around to reading soon or ones that I miss out at least a little bit of a mention before their reviews... And I love looking at other people's! So let me know in the comments what you think of these posts and hopefully I can do them more regularly in the future so it won't be such a chore to read through next time! 

Thanks to Cicely, Viv, Jim, MIRA Ink, Simon & Schuster, Random House, Chicken House, Hodder and Stoughon, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Strange Chemistry, Bloomsbury and Egmont for all my books these last couple of months! You are all seriously awesome! :D

Comments

  1. OOoh wow! Fabulous haul! Or hauls! Looooved Alice in Zombieland! Read that one a month or two back! Still have to read Endlessly myself! Wow! Your haul is just awesomeness!

    My STS will be up tomorrow, so be sure to stop by then!

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower :)

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  2. ooooh awesome books!!! What's Left of Me, Alice in Zombieland, Endlessly, time between us, and Zom-B!!

    enjoy all your books

    Juhina @ Maji Bookshelf

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  3. Ohh, lots of awesome :D Hope you enjoy them all. <3

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  4. I don't think they're braggy! I love seeing what other people have got. But maybe that's just because I'm really nosy... ;)

    Can't wait to see what you think of Unspoken, and I hope you enjoy The Diviners! :)

    Awesome mailbox!

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  5. Lots of excellent books! I want to read Time Between Us and Zom-B.

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  6. Not braggy at all! I want to read The Diviners and Foretold!!!

    My Letterbox Love

    http://freshfantasyfiction.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/letterbox-love-6.html

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  7. Amazing!!! Love seeing hauls like this! So many fab books.

    Check out: Our Book Haul

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  8. I agree with Sam. Not bragging at all! I love to see what other people got and I'm impressed that you still knew what you got the past three months. I've sometimes even trouble remembering what I got the past week :P. Amazing haul!

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  9. SO MANY BOOKS I DUNNO WHAT TO SAY! And you're not braggy :) I like seeing what you got. Especially if I loved a book then I see you got it then it's like "WOO, I CAN MAKE YOU READ IT THEN WE CAN FANGIRL!" :P

    Like with Endlessly and Why We Broke Up XD

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  10. Not braggy at all!

    What an impressive bunch of books :)

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  11. wow! so many books! And its not braggy at all, I mean it is like two/three months worth of books! I loved so many of these and hope you did/do too!

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