Sunday, November 6, 2011

In My Mailbox (28)

I actually meant to share these book last week, but I've had some things going on and haven't really had the chance to till today. So here's my edition to The Story Siren's In My Mailbox!
In My Mailbox
Mistress Shakespeare by Karen Harper
Right now I have so many book in my TBR pile that I really didn't need a lot more, especially since at the rate I'm reading it will probably take me about a year to get through all my books. But the red dot on the spine meant the book was on sale for only $2, so purchased it was.

Honolulu by Alan Brennert
This book has actually been on my list of recommended books on goodreads, and seeing it bargained priced I couldn't pass it up. It's a historical fiction that takes place in the early 1900s in Hawaii. I've never read anything that takes place there, so I'm hoping to really enjoy this one.

Song of the Nile by Stephanie Dray
I loved Dray's first book on Cleopatra's Daughter and so I bought this one almost as soon as it can out. I can't wait to read it, and hopefully it lives up to the first.

Lola and the Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
If you're into YA book blogging I know you recognize this. I've actually already read and reviewed it, and of course I loved it.

Royal Sisters by Jean Plaidy
I recently posted about my love for Jean Plaidy so this one shouldn't be a surprise. I actually have another Jean Plaidy book I haven't read (Courting Her Highness), and went to pick it up, but realized that if I did I would be reading them out of order since The Royal Sisters comes first in her Stuart Series. But now that I have it I can rest comfortably knowing I'll be reading them in chronological order.

So that's it for me this week. What's in your mailbox this Sunday?


  1. Lola!! I still need to read that book!! :)

    Great haul this week!

    Michele | IMM

  2. yay for Lola!! :)

    here's my FIRST ever IMM! stop by?! :)

  3. Great set! Yay for Lola! Royal Sisters sounds very interesting.
    My IMM

  4. Lola is on my wish list. I think I should pick it up soon. Happy reading!

  5. Looks like you have some great books there! I hadn't heard of Honolulu, but I'm going to try to find it. I'd read Moloka'i and thought it was one of the best books I've read. I reviewed it on my blog not too long ago.

    BTW, thanks for stopping by. I feature a few ebook freebies every Friday. While We're Far Apart was one of them a couple of weeks ago. They are no longer freebies for Kindle or Nook, but you can still pick it up for Sony Reader, if you are interested.

  6. It wouldn't be right to pass up on a book sale ;)

  7. Lola and the Boy Next Door is AMAZING! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I did prefer Anna, but Lola was still great.

    Books of Amber

  8. Lola and the Boy Next Door is AMAZING! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I did prefer Anna, but Lola was still great.

    Books of Amber

  9. Oh Lola! I'm so happy that you loved it - I did too!!! I can't wait for Isla next summer!
    Hopefully you enjoy all your books from this (last) week! Happy reading!

  10. I can't wait to read Lola! Hope you enjoy them all.

  11. I read Lola and the Boy Next Door a month ago, and just reviewed it, and I'm so excited to see another blogger with it! :D


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