Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday is on tour! This month it’s being hosted by Let Them Read Books. This is a weekly meme created by The Printed Page where book bloggers show off the books they received, picked up from the library, or bought at the book store.

So a few weeks ago I downloaded the ebook version of Wither from Simon & Schuster. Well, this week I got a package from them, and inside it I found a print copy. I’m glad because I think the cover is amazing. I’m doing this as part of my debut author challenge. I think I might have a hard time waiting until January to read it.

Review
Wither (The Chemical Garden Trilogy)
Wither by Lauren DeStefano

Library
Let It Snow: Three Holiday RomancesWitch & WizardSplitWill Grayson, Will Grayson
Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances by John Green, Maureen Johnson, & Lauren Myracle
Witch & Wizard by James Patterson & Gabrielle Charbonnet
Split by Swati Avasthi
Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green & David Levithan

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  1. Let It Snow is on my Holiday reading list:)Congrats on getting Wither! I really want to read that book, but unfortunately I cannot get an ARC. Where did you download the S&S e-book? Here is my MailboxAnd don't forget to check out my Holiday Giveaway for the chance to win 1 out of 6 2011 release novels. This giveaway ends Jan 3rd and is open internationally:) You  can find it…here!

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  2. Some fun books for you to read! Happy reading! My mailbox is at The Crowded Leaf.

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  3. Fascinating titles (and covers). An Abundance of Katherines has piqued my interest.Here's my Monday:(click my name)

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  4. I received for review Out of Touch by Brandon Tietz from the author.Twenty-four-year-old Aidin, a wealthy socialite and self-proclaimed "club god," lives a magazine life based on decadence and excess that includes drugs, sex, and gourmet food. It's a life based on surfaces in a place where the surface is all that matters. His therapist later describes him as a materialistic drug addict bent on promiscuity with self-esteem and identity issues.One morning, after a night of heavy partying, Aidin awakes completely vacant of any sensation. He can't feel temperature. He can't feel pressure. He can't feel anything. After a near-fatal stint in denial, he seeks the help of Dr. Paradies, a therapist whose methods are far from conventional. She provides him with a new addiction in the form of a life list–a litany of activities to accomplish. As Aidin completes his list, he discovers talents he never knew he possessed, such as the ability to quickly learn new languages, an IQ off the charts, and amazing physical stamina.With these new discoveries, he questions his doctor's intentions. When Aidin digs for the truth, will he slip back into his addictive habits? Or is there truly a conspiracy underway, as he suspects? The answer forces him to make a life-altering decision.

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  5. I have got some great 2011 debuts waiting for me on my bookshelf, including WITHER. I'm so anxious for the new year so I can start reading them!Also, I looove LET IT SNOW. Perfect reading for this time of year. 🙂

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