Sunday, July 31, 2011

In My Mailbox (1) & Shelf Candy (1) -July 31





In My Mail­box« is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi – The Story Siren.
In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. In this meme, we share the books we received for review, purchased, got from the library, traded/swapped, etc. Great way to network your blog with other bloggers and readers.  

Shelf Candy is Hosted by Five Alarm Book  Reviews.


The concept is if other bloggers share their favorite covers of the week. Showcasing some of your favorite covers while giving some much deserved recognition to the illustrators, photographers and designers who are responsible, if you can. If not post about your favorite book cover of that week, newly released or, not, talk about what you like on the cover. 
Great way to socialize  with either other bloggers and readers. See new books and blogs as well.

                          In My Mailbox


Giveaway Won:

On goodreads.com-Independence(Hardcover) by John Ferling


The Night Train (Paperback) by Clyde Edgerton off of Metroreader: Reading One Mile A Day


Paradise Rules(Paperback) by Jimmy Gleacher from Books Obsession 


Released by Megan Duncan from the Bittersweet Enchantment 


Dragon's Oath (CD Audiobook) by P.C. & Kristin Cast off of A Cupcake and a Latte


 Review Requests Received :

Confessions of A Corporate Slut (Paperback) by Jacqueline Gum


Crushed: A Witch Game (E-book) Novel by K.C. Blake


Descended by Blood (E-book) by Angeline Kace


Ember by (E-book) Carol Oates


The Pineville Heist (E-book) by Lee Chambers


Verdict :

Reading Descended by Blood by Angeline Kace. As of pg. 17, so far good.




The Pineville Heist by Lee Chambers



























                            Shelf Candy Pick -July 31


The Underworld (The Fallen Star, Vol.2) by Jessica Sorensen 


   Jessica Sorensen is a very new self-published author but has already got a great fantasy series novel behind her belt. Her book The Fallen Star has been available for some time now. Couldn't stop reading and read as if I was starving. Completely devoured it. If that doesn't tell you enough then the book's cover art is as aesthetically beautiful as they get. The Underworld is set to be released today- July 31, 2011 as e-book and paperback. The cover art for The Underworld is by Shutterstock. The cover design by Jeanie Malone. Visit Jessica Sorensen's website  


The Fallen Star Review  at Book & Movie Dimension
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6 comments:

Book Sake said...

Ember is one I can't wait to read - looks like a good read!

Alison Can Read said...

Great set! Descended by Blood and the Underworld both look interesting. Hope you like them.
My IMM

LibrarySnake said...

Good ones!

Here's mine:
http://carabosseslibrary.blogspot.com/2011/07/in-my-mailbox_31.html

Megan @ Book Brats said...

You got some great books this week! New follower here, thanks for stopping by Book Brats!

Kristin said...

Nice Mailbox! A lot of your books are on my TBR list. I really want to read Dragon's Oath.
Book Sniffers Anonymous

Yiota said...

Dragon's Oath looks so good!! I will be waiting for your review. I will follow you in about 30 secs exactly! :p

Also thanks for visiting my mailbox too:)
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