Sunday, March 7, 2010

In My Mailbox - 03.07.10


Getting ready for a Werewolf Weekend, April 23-25, 2010.

Emma and the Werewolves
by Jane Austen and Adam Rann - my review
-check out Fishmuffins of Doom's piece on
Emma and Mr Knightley's Encounter
during Mr Knightley's Picnic

Lonely Werewolf Girl
by Martin Millar - my review

by Maggie Stiefvater - my review


From contest:

by Cullen Bunn - my review
Thanks to Skullvines Press

A French Bundle
Thanks to Rhonda of A Little Bit French
-got some French themed fabric pieces and ribbon which I gave to my daughter for fairy making ingredients
-also paper pieces that I'll use for card making
-check out her French Friday giveaways for a little bit of French in your crafty life

Alice (and her yo ho ho ho bottle o'rum?) ;-D
Thanks to Shana of Kreating Securities

oh, so cute!


Join Alice in...

Alice in Whatsitland
March 7-14, 2010
first post will go up 8am PST

a most unusual and random event
of fantabulous proportions, indeed!

In celebration of the latest movie release of Tim Burton's
Alice in Wonderland

*image from Leafcutter Designs - world's smallest postal service

*In My Mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren and inspired by Pop Culture Junkie. A post where we share books acquired via mailbox, library, store, etc.


  1. Nice loot! I want Shiver myself.

  2. Looks like you got some wonderful stuff this week! Shiver is also on my wishlist.

    Here's what I got: Not-Really-Southern Vamp Chick

  3. You got so many cute and cool little things! Great books as well. I hope you enjoy! :D

  4. So cool to see some books I've bought here, Shiver and Lonely Wolf Girl.

  5. I hope you enjoy Shiver as much as I did. Have a great week!

  6. The French bundle and Alice bundle look so fun!

  7. Shiver is amazing! I hope you love it as much as I did!

  8. You got alot out of the mail.I hope that you will enjoy your books. Here's mine.

  9. I really loved Martin Millar's the Good Fairies of New York. I have heard really good things about Lonely Werewolf Girl. However, I am reading Ruby and the Stone Age diet (which was published in the U.K. like 20 years ago, but just for the first time in the U.S. recently), and I find it lacking.


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