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Here are the books I added to my Kindle this week:
Jeaniene Frost's First Drop of Crimson -- because I love the Cat and Bones series and really like the character of Spade.
Proof by Seduction by Courtney Milan -- This was recommended on someone's IMM last week.
Heart of the Wolf by Terry Spear -- I like werewolf books but have never read this author. I read about her new book on a blog this week and decided to try her out by reading the first in the series.
I got these new YA books this week:
I received an ARC of Boys, Bears, and a Serious Pair of Hiking Boots by Abby McDonald as part of LibraryThing's early reviewer program.
I read a great review of Wherever Nina Lies by Lynn Weingarten on someone's IMM post last weekend and wanted to read it.
I got these assorted maybe-adult, maybe-YA books too:
There was a lot of buzz recently when Kage Baker passed away after a bout with cancer. I had never read her books and decided to give her a try. In the Garden of Iden is her first book in The Company series.
The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms by N. K. Jemisin sounded really good when I read about it on a few blogs recently. I like fantasy.
Truly, Madly by Heather Webber also is a paranormal romance about matchmaking. Sounded cute.
I thought I was doing so well in not buying too many this week and finally having a chance to reduce my TBR pile. But then this box came:
I won one of the prizes in the Comment Challenge hosted by MotherReader and Lee Wind and received these four Cybils Award finalists this week too:
I have wanted to read Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson for a while so I was very excited that this was in my box.
Carter Finally Gets It by Brent Crawford was in my last book order for my HS Media Center. My paraprofessional grabbed it to read before I could. Now I have a copy of my own.
Blue Plate Special by Michelle D. Kwasney was a new title for me. I don't remember seeing anything about it on the blogs I usually read.
How to Say Goodbye in Robot by Natalie Standiford has a very intriguing title. I am looking forward to reading it.
Thanks so much to MotherReader and Lee Wind for the wonderful books.
That's my mailbox. What did you get?