Monday, January 18, 2016

Mailbox Monday (126)

My last two Mailbox Monday posts have just been the books Elley received for her birthday and the holidays. While I love sharing children's books, it does mean that I haven't had a chance to share my books lately, and they've been piling up. Finally then, here are the books I've brought into our house lately, this time for me.
Mailbox Monday
From a Friend
Paper Towns by John Green
A friend of mine was going through her books recently realizing she really didn't need to keep them all. Since I clearly have a reputation, they made their way to me.

The Smart One by Jennifer Close

Bad Girls Don't Die by Katie Alender

Lady Catherine, the Earl, and the Real Downton Abbey by The Countess of Carnarvon
This one I've already even read and reviewed.

Borrowed from Another Friend
A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness
This one isn't for keeps, understandably so considering all the great things I've heard about it. It's slowly been making its way through my group of friends and I guess it's now my turn.

For Review from TLC Book Tours
Moonlight Over Paris by Jennifer Robson
I've already read this one and loved it! Although you'll have to wait till next week to read my review.

From Paperback Swap
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
This one was most definitely out of order, but I promise paperback swap IS where it came from.

The Duff by Kody Keplinger
Why yes, I've already read this one as well. I haven't actually written my review yet, but I'm sure I will be soon.

Sever by Lauren DeStefano
Once again to show how long its been since I've shared books of my own, my review of this went up last year!

What did you find in your mailbox this week?


  1. I loved Paper Towns - wasn't too sure about Park and Eleanor...

  2. I see a few I want to read, and I few I haven't seen before.

  3. Nice mailbox.

    ENJOY, and I hope your week is going well.

    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  4. I'm happy to hear that you liked Robson's new book - I was hoping it'd be as good as her last 2 were! I will have to request it from the library!

    I didn't buy any books this week (besides one for my niece as it's her birthday at the end of the month) but I picked up a book about minimalism from the library as I'm focusing more on getting rid of more stuff so figured the book (by the hosts of a podcast I just started listening to) was worth a read.

  5. Thanks so much for reminding me of Paper Towns and Eleanor & Park! I loved Rowell's Fangirl.