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Sunday, November 27, 2011

In My Mailbox [1]

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren to show off our newest books: purchases, borrows, ARCs, galleys, etc.

Flat-Out Love

Only one new book this week, which I purchased for my Kindle. I'm excited to get started on this one after hearing so many great things about it. I hope I enjoy it just as much!


  1. One book is plenty to make a mailbox awesome! ;) I just LOVE the cover for that book (since I'm a big fan of autumn!) and it sounds like such a sweet read! I really hope you enjoy it too -- I can't wait to read your review! :)

    Awesome mailbox, Angie!

  2. One book is enough! Especially if you already have great reads backed up. You can catch up!

    Check out my IMM! I just started my blog so it is my very first one!

  3. Thank you both for commenting!

    @Mimi: I like the cover, too! I'm hoping to read it in the next few weeks, since I might have an influx of library books soon.

    @Jennifer: I have plenty of books lined up to read, but I hope to stick this one in very soon!

  4. I love kindle downloads! did an IMM last week with free downloads:

    YA's the Word

  5. @Giselle: Thanks for dropping by and commenting!

    @ K R: I love Kindle books, especially when they're cheap like this one was! I'll definitely check out your freebie post. :)

  6. Hmm, haven't seen this one, will have to check it out. Thanks!


  7. @Shel: I'm glad to have introduced you to a new book! :)

  8. I'm so glad to see Kindle purchases and more ebook purchases. How do you like reading on it? I still like the actual book in my hands, the smell of the paper, the glossy embossed book covers..I'm not sold on reading on my iPad yet.

  9. @Giselle: I absolutely adore my Kindle. It's so convenient to have instant books, and I find holding it is much more comfortable than paper books. I wouldn't suggest reading on an iPad for long periods of time though, since it is not an ereader. Kindles don't have a backlight, so it looks just like paper, and no eyestrain or glare. :)


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