Sunday, April 17, 2011

Weekly Wrap 041711

The first part of this feature is inspired by The Story Siren's "In My Mailbox" posts.  Let me show you the books that I've come across in one way or another for the past week. 

This was a stellar book week!  My shelves are happily groaning :)  I received a couple of lovely surprises in the mail and also managed to visit a local Borders store.  It was a hubby-approved trip as I still had a gift card left from the holidays and was able to find 13 lovely books for under $40.00! Of course I also stopped by my favorite thrift store on the way home and found two goodies for .25/each - Score!

Ten Beach RoadMr. Darcy Goes Overboard: A Tale of Tide & Prejudice

I Am the Chosen King
Thank you to the fabulous Martha at Reviews by Martha's Bookshelf

Thank you so much to Lori from Pure Imagination


City of Fallen Angels (Mortal Instruments, Book 4)
Thank you to the lovely Heidi from YA Bibliophile for this wonderful
RAK (random act of kindness)!  Thank you so much :)


The second part of this post is to show you what happened here in the last week and give you an idea of what is scheduled (so far) for next week. 

Last Week

Open Giveaways

Eternal Rider (4/18) 3 Winners
The Sweetest Thing (4/20) 3 Winners


Next Week.....

The Coffins of Little Hope Never a Gentleman (The Drake's Rakes series) Finding Emilie Mary of Carisbrooke: The Girl Who Would Not Betray Her King
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1 comment:

  1. There's a couple of books that really stand out for me in that list! Loved, loved, loved A Discovery of Witches, also yay for reading Deanna Raybourn which is a series that just gets beetter and better.

    Also, I must get back to the Susan Carroll series.


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