Sunday, October 16, 2011

In My Mailbox -10.16.11



Before I start, I wanted to give a SHOUT OUT to Pabkins and Rie of Mission to Read! for setting me up with my network blog site badge on my sidebar. You gals are the best! Thanks!

IMM was great this week ;-D

For Review:

After the Snow
by S.D. Crockett
-ARC, survival, YA
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Ksenia!


The Humming Room
by Ellen Potter
-ARC, ghosts, mystery, YA
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Ksenia!


Rebel Fire
Sherlock Holmes: The Legend Begins book 2
by Andrew Lane
-ARC, mystery, YA
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Ksenia!


When the Sea is Rising Red
by Cat Hellisen
-ARC, fantasy, YA
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Ksenia!


For Review and giveaway:

Farsighted
by Emlyn Chand
-paranormal, YA
courtesy of author
Thanks Emlyn!
signup for giveaway


Birch Hills at World's End
by Geoff Hyatt
-YA
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Fawn!
signup for giveaway


Journey Along The Delaware, Lackawanna & Western Railroad:
A Pictorial History of Pocono Mountain Boarding Homes, Hotels, Inns & Resorts from the Delaware Water Gap to Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania
by Alan Sweeney
-historical
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Nicole!


Industrial Pioneers:
Scranton, Pennsylvania and the Transformation of America, 1840-1902
by Patrick Brown
-historical
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Nicole!


Gateway to the Clouds:
The Story of a Short Line Railroad, The Scranton, Dunmore, Moosic Lake Railroad, 1902-1926
by Alan Sweeney and Judy Sweeney
-historical
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Nicole!


Laurel Line:
An Anthracite Region Railway
by James N.J. Henwood and John G. Muncie
-historical
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Nicole!


Lockdown
Escape from Furnace 1
by Alexander Gordon Smith
-ARC, horror, YA
courtesy of publisher
Thanks Ksenia!
yes, have another copy to giveaway...
want my extra copy?
tell me so in comments
-offer ends Nov 13, 2011


Death in the City of Light
by David King
part Read it Forward
Thanks Crown Publishers!
stay tuned: this giveaway in November



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Bookie Brunch schedule

Now follow me to the Bookie Brunch meeting for a bit of chit chat on this post - i'm hosting today!

Bookie Brunch Question of the day:
What are your thoughts on books that are an unusual size? (i.e. coffee table books, larger than mass market or trade paperback or hardback, miniatures, non-rectangular, pop-up books)

Answer this question here and be eligible for the Bookie Brunch giveaway:

Jane's Fame:
How Jane Austen Conquered the World
by Claire Harman


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* get a heads up on free or discounted ebooks from Books on the Knob

* per usual, check out the sidebar for my current giveaways to you

* image from Leafcutter Designs - world's smallest postal service and you can get a letter kit at Chronicle Books

* 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.

14 comments:

  1. I like the look of The Humming Room.

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  2. I saw the Red Sea Rising last week, that looks so creepy.

    Happy reading

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  3. *drool* !!!! You have THE best books, Vii :D
    After the Snow and Death in the City of Light look freaking awesome!!

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  4. I am totally envious of the humming room and sea rising red - oh big jealous green dragon that I am!!

    haha glad you like the grab button!
    Pabkins @ Mission to Read

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  5. Wow - big week! Rebel Fire sounds very interesting. I like the idea of young Sherlock.
    My IMM

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  6. Lovely mailbox! I'm totally jealous about When The Sea is Rising Red. It sounds so creepy ;) Enjoy your books!

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  7. Oh When the sea is rising red and lockdown. I so want those two. Great mailbox.

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  8. A mailbox covering so many genres. Nice.

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  9. When the sea looks really interesting

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  10. I've got my eyes on LOCKDOWN.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  11. Lockdown looks awesome! I would love to have your extra copy!

    When The Sea is Rising Red looks really good too!

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  12. I am DYING to read Lockdown!!! OK, that may be a bit overdramatic, but I really, really, REALLY want to read it!! Thanks for giving away your extra copy:)
    jwitt33 at live dot com

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