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In My Mailbox (2)

 In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren. It’s a way to share the books I’ve gotten during the week and to receive comments from fellow readers… Who knows, maybe one of my books will be your next read!
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Happy Reading! :-) 

Whoa! I had such an incredible book buying week with Borders in it’s final days- up to 90% off! I ended up going to two locations to see what I could find and I’m really happy with what I came out with!


The Orphan Sister by Gwendolen Gross — Probably the more dramatic and serious of most the books I own! But for $3 I’m willing to give it a shot and I figured if it doesn’t work out for me, my sister would probably enjoy it since it’s more suited for her.

Next to Love by Ellen Feldman — First book on the almost bare shelves that I grabbed! Initially I didn’t have much of an interest for it, but I like period pieces and I’ve heard good things about it.

Stay by Allie Larkin — I’m a sucker for dog related books!

Swim Back to Me by Ann Packer — I held back on getting this the first time I went to Borders, but on the second day it was 90% off and I really enjoy short stories.

Delirium by Lauren Oliver — I heard so many good things about this! Can’t wait to start it!

A Vintage Affair by Isabel Wolff — Another book I initially held back on since I hadn’t read any reviews on it, but it’s a Random House Reader’s Choice and the concept of vintage clothing reminded me of The Secret Lives of Dresses which I really enjoyed (my review)

Wither by Lauren DeStefano –I’ve seen this on a lot on other IMM’s and had to check it out! LOVE the cover too!

The Traitor’s Emblem by Juan Gomez-Jurado — So many great reviews for this! I can’t remember the last time I read a mystery/thriller, but I’m excited and really happy I found it (last one on the shelf too!)

Vixen by Jillian Larkin — YA set in the 1920s? Sure!

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