Sunday, May 1, 2011

In My Mailbox #2

Here is this weeks In My Mailbox video:

And my electronic books this week:

I was asked to read and review Veiled Innocence by the author, Krystle Jones. Thank you Krystle!

I was very kindly given a review
copy of Don't Tell Your Cousin by Veronica Kelly as part of the upcoming Indie Authors Spotlight. Thanks Veronica!

I bought this for my Kindle, then 2 hours later was asked to review it by the author Courtney Cole. Coincidence or what?!
Thank you so much Courtney for coming over to the
blog to take part in an interview this week!

I recieved this review copy for Kindle to review for the author, Elita Daniels. Thank you Elita!
I have read this, review is coming soon, so keep your eyes peeled for it!

I recieved a review copy of Faustine for my Kindle from the author Imogen Rose, thank you Imogen!

Another review copy. this time it is Blood Like Poison by M. Leighton, thank you for giving this copy!

I was also luck enough to be given a review copy of Ivy by Leesa Birch for my Kindle, thanks Leesa!

And the last review copy this week, as a Kindle version of Inevitable by Jason Letts and Amanda Hocking. Thank you Jason for sending me this!

The first of my bought Kindle books this week, Shimmerspell by Kimberly Spencer.
Read the blurb here

Another Kindle book, Lunar Light by Penelope Fletcher.
Read the blurb here

Kindle version, The Adoration of Jenna Fox by Mary E Pearson.
Read the blurb here

Another Kindle book from Amazon. Jenny Pox by JL Bryan.
Read the blurb here

Kindle version again. this one is Gifts of the Blood by Vicki Keire.
Read the blurb here

And the last book this week is Bitterroot Crossing by Tess Oliver.
Read the blurb here


  1. hi emma
    i really like your blog - new follower =)

    p.s. i liked the adoration of jenna fox, hope you'll enjoy it as well...

  2. Oh where is this charity shop???

    and for that sticker try a babywipe. it works on most things that stickers are stuck to. (found this out when son decided to make a lovely sticker picture on bookcase

  3. Siobhan, The British Heart foundation beside KFC on union street.
    I need to keep away from there, I get my bus outside it, so I always pop in there and miss a bus!
    Thanks for that tip, I don't have any baby wipes but I have some cheap make up wipes that make my face itch, I knew hanging onto them would be useful!!


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