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Sunday, 16 October 2011

In My Postbox #46

So it's been nearly a month since I last did an In My Postbox! Lots of amazing books received from some amazing publishers. Lots of reading done this month too! Reviews are coming! I just need to sit down and get them written. Things should be a bit better here from now on though as, after 11 months, 5 extensions and a lot of hair pulling I finally passed my probation at work (they're a hard bunch to please) and have been offered a full time contract one which isn't now on a month to month basis! Yay! Means I should, in theory be able to blog more... We'll see... Anyway, some books I received aren't here as I boxed them up to keep them safe and I can't remember which ones I haven't posted yet. Oops! All these ones have been received since the boxing and some of them before but ones I kept out to read! 


The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater.
Silence by Becca Fitzpatrick (I was sent the first shiny beaut from S&S themselves, and the second one, with a sticker on it is the exclusive signed editition exclusive to Waterstones!).


Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgwick (ARGH! I am so excited for this! Reading it now and it is so good!).
The Vampire Stalker by Allison van Diepen.
Advent by James Treadwell (This book looks and sounds freaking amazing. Paperback proof with a beautiful slip-jacket with gold writing. I cannot wait to read this one!)
Sea of Tears by Floella Benjamin (I remember Floella from Children's TV when I was younger and this sounds so good! Can't wait to read it!).
Blood Runner by James Riordan.
Torn by Cat Clarke (been waiting for this for a while! So excited! Love Cat and think her first book, Entangled was one of the best books I read last year. Can't wait for this! And I'm mentioned in the acknowledgements! :D Thanks Cat!!).

And I forgot to take a pic of this... Oops! 


The Death Cure by James Dashner (ARGH! UBER EXCITED! Loved the first two books in this trilogy and cannot wait to get started on this one. Artwork is stunning in the flesh!).


And finally... something uber amazing. Thanks to the amazing Jenny over at Wondrous Reads, I am now the proud owner of a signed copy of Eragon by Christopher Paolini! :D NO FREAKING WAY!! YES WAY! I was so excited and  touched that someone would go through so much effort for me. Thank you so much Jenny! :D Cannot thank you enough!


Well that's your lot... Hope everyone has a great week! :)




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