For What It's Worth

Sunday, January 2, 2011

In My Mailbox

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme to share what books we got for the week.

Here's mine!

The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin

Anna and the French Kiss (review coming this week)

Vampire Empire Book One : The Greyfriar. (I read this one on my Kindle & loved it so I bought the book too)

Smooth Talking Stranger by Lisa Kleypas (reading this one now)

1001 Things to Make You Smile (Christmas gift from a friend!)


Lots of freebie downloads - mostly classics:

Aesops's Fables, a new translation

Fairy Tales Every Child Should Know

Gulliver's Travels by Jonathon Swift

Romeo Romeo by Robin Kay

Marked by Elizabeth Naughton

Bought on Kindle:

Eternal Flame by Cynthia Eden

The Last of the Demon Slayers by Angie Fox

Taken to the Limit by Nico Rosso

Gift Card to Amazon for Christmas!!
Gift Card to Border's for Christmas!!

So I can buy even MORE books....mwhuahahahaha

What did you get this week?


  1. I want to read Anna and the French Kiss too. Looks so pretty and fun! I hope you enjoy reading the books you got. But I'm pretty sure you will! ;)

  2. I have The Happiness Project too! I probably need it since I'm not feeling as uplifted as I usually do with a new year. I received a gift card to the art supply store (cool) and my brother in law gave me a coffee mug with pics of my sheltie on it!

  3. I am excited for Anna!

    Happy New Years and Happy reading.

    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog

  4. i'm glad to hear anna and smooth talking stranger are both good :)

  5. The Happiness Project sounds really interesting. And the Vampire Empire books sounds intriguing.

  6. Love that evil laugh at the end, there. My loved ones got me bookstore gift cards for Christmas, and money, with which I bought more books...

    And you know already that I got the Morcai Battalion this week. That's big.

  7. I can't wait to read Anna and the French Kiss myself! I'm looking forward to your thoughts on it. I hope you're enjoying Smooth Talking Stranger, I love the author's older works.

  8. Yaaay, great books. I loved Anna and the French Kiss. I can't wait to read your thoughts!