26 February 2012

In My Mailbox (14)

"In My Mailbox" is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi @ The Story Siren to share books we got in the mail or the library or the bookstore, etc. that week!

Attended the wonderful SCIBA (Southern California Independent Booksellers Association) dinner this week! Met many wonderful authors and came away with some books!

Nightshade by Andrea Cremer (signed)
Lexapros and Cons by Aaron Karos (signed)
 Dead to You by Lisa McMann (signed)
Ghost Knight by Cornelia Funke (signed)
Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini (signed)
The False Prince by Jennifer A. Nielson
Extra Yarn by Jon Klassen (signed)

From Random House:
I'll be attending an author dinner in March for Lissa Price, so they sent me a copy of her book. I'm really looking forward to starting it!
Starters by Lissa Price

Thank you Random House and thank you Mike at Macmillan for inviting me to the SCIBA dinner!

What did you get this week??


  1. I love the name of your blog! Its so fitting. Great haul! I hope you enjoy all your books!

  2. I don't read much YA but enjoyed visiting you blog. I love you blog name.

  3. Awesome book haul! I took Starcrossed out from the library recently, hoping to start it soon!

    Hope you enjoy everything that you got this week! You can check out my IMM at the link below :)

    Lea @ LC's Adventures in Libraryland

  4. The hardback cover for STARTERS looks so shiny, and your pic of it doesn't creep me out as much as the pic of it on goodreads...haha. I hope you enjoy all of your pretty, signed books! It's really cool that you went to the SCIBA dinner!

  5. super jealous that you guys got serenaded by lisa loeb! sad i missed you at breathless reads but sciba dinner sounds like so much fun. i really want to read extra yarn and star crossed. i have starters, too, and hope it's good. have a good week!


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