Sunday, February 23, 2014

Mailbox Monday (66)

I'm a little in shock that my Mailbox's have been so crazy lately. It's hard to believe all these books are coming into my home, but unfortunately unless I find a way to stop time have no idea when I'm going to be able to read all of these!
Mailbox Monday
From Virtual Author Book Tours
Round the Bend by Alistair McGuinness
This is a travel memoir about the author's time in South America. Since I don't have plans to visit there anytime soon, I'm hoping this book will help to transport me there even if it's not quite for real.

From Historical Fiction Book Tours
Pilgrim Footprints on the Sands of Time by Sylvia Nilsen
This is a historical fiction about the murder of Thomas Becket. I actually read another book about this last year that I enjoyed, so I'm looking forward to seeing these events from another author's perspective.

From Paperback Swap
Bright Young Royals by Jerramy Fine
I absolutely loved Jerramy Fine's memoir and every since I've been wanting to read more by her. Although I don't expect this book to be anything like her memoir since instead it profiles royalty around the world. I am a bit royalty obsessed, so I'm looking forward to reading about Who's Who in the world today.

Beautiful Creatures by Kami Garcia & Margaret Stohl
I absolutely loved the movie when I saw it last year, and ever since I've been wanting to read the book. I have heard they made some big changes with the movie, but I'm excited to see what's different in the original.

From Goodreads
Rosarito Beach by M.A. Lawson
This may not be my typical read, but I can't help that I love entering and then winning Goodreads giveaway. But this one does feature of female agent, which is the main reason I entered the giveaway in the first place.

Night Games by Lisa Marie Perry
Yes, another one I was lucky enough to win, especially since I probably wouldn't pick it up other wise. It's a romance novels about a football player, so I'm sure it will be a fun ride.

What did you find in your mailbox this week?


  1. I just downloaded a book from France Book Tours called "The Collector of Dying Breaths" which is historical fiction and sounds pretty good. And I picked up "The Rent Collector" from the library this afternoon.

    Good luck getting through all those books!

  2. I loved Beautiful Creatures and the southern Gothic setting! I thought the book was better than the movie, but I enjoyed both. Happy reading!

  3. You loved the movie Beautiful Creatures? I haven't seen it yet, though I've read the book. I think it's on cable this month so I'll check it out. Congrats on your book wins- Night Games does sound fun.

  4. Interesting haul - some great variety there.

    Here are my new additions

  5. I haven't read Beautiful Creatures, but I saw part of the movie. I might try it was pretty engaging.

    Enjoy your week...and here's MY WEEKLY SUNDAY/MONDAY UPDATES

  6. I've wanted to read Beautiful Creatures!

  7. Nice mix of books there! Enjoy your week. =)

  8. I loved the Beautiful Creatures movie, too, which convinced me to give the book a try after all those years waiting. Have a great reading week!

  9. So many books! I hope you find time to read as many as you like.

  10. My mom would probably love Bright Young Royals! Enjoy your new books.

  11. I'd be interested to see if this book - Round the Bend by Alistair McGuinness- transports you to South America

  12. Nice variety - a little something for every mood :)

  13. I read Beautiful Creatures and felt very lukewarm about it - the movie was equally boring. Curious to see what you think!

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  14. I love your blog

  15. A nice mix in your mailbox.

  16. Wow! You got some great books this week. I bought "Beautiful Creatures" right when the movie came out and I still haven't read it!

  17. ENJOY...the only one I know is BEAUTIFUL CREATURES.

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