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April 22, 2012 Meme 10

In My Mailbox is a weekly book blogger meme hosted by Kristi over at The Story Siren that let’s bloggers showcase any books they’ve received and/or purchased over the last week. Make sure you stop by her blog to check it out and add your name to the linky!



This Week

Storytime: I received an email from HarperCollins two weeks ago, telling me I should have received a book and would I be able to read and review it?  I scratched my head.  I hadn’t received any books in a couple of weeks from anyone, so did one of my neighbors steal it?  Was it left at the front office and they didn’t notify me?  I wrote back asking for more clarification.  But I didn’t hear back.
The next day, my roommate brings in a UPS notice with just my last name and the next delivery date.  He found it by our mail bin, but it was days old.  I didn’t connect the two and thought the UPS guy just wrote the wrong date.  Fast forward a week and I decided to look up the tracking on this notice, because I have been hoping for another package of books to show up from the Book Bloggers and Publishers Online Con and I was crossing my fingers this was it.  UPS showed a bunch of hoohah about wrong addresses and it was at their delivery center, so after a phone call and some digging around, I was off to pick it up.
To my surprise, it was not a bunch of books, but one single tiny package requiring my signature, so once I had it in my hot little hands, I tore the packaging open and….the mystery of the HarperCollins book was solved!

So how perfect is this?  After reading The Selection and commenting how much I enjoyed the romance aspect of the story, I said I wanted to dabble in some straight romance.  Well here we go!

For review


Thanks, HarperCollins!


Clicky the linkies to read the synopses

Lyon’s Bride – amazon | goodreads





Blogspiration is a weekly meme hosted by GrowingUp YA & Saz101. The meme was created to help spark inspiration among bloggers, readers & writers alike. An inspirational quote/picture/video is posted weekly, on the day of the author’s choosing, so that it may inspire creativity, conversation & just a little SOMETHING.


Quotes & Stuff



Isn’t this interesting? I think I automatically trust people who have books in their hand, or whom I know read. Which makes, like, no sense. I also immediately judge their intelligence. Don’t read? Must not be smart. Do read? Genius! =P


What inspires you this week?

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Jennifer became addicted to books when she randomly picked up a Sweet Valley High book in grade school.She never looked back.After blowing through the SVH and SVU series faster than her parents could put them in her hands, she began perusing her stepfather's bookshelves and reading fantasy like Piers Anthony's Incarnations of Immortality series, which she still maintains is some of the best fantasy ever.She collects books like the Duggar family collects kids and began waiting for her Hogwarts letter at the tender age of 33.
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10 Responses to “IMM (26) & Blogspiration (5)”

  1. Sarah @ Smitten over Books

    It’s not only you. For me, I immediately connect to people when I know they read books specially those that I’ve read as well. It gives us a common ground and breaks the ice instantly. Me meeting another person who is crazy about books as well seldom happens, though. :)
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  2. Sarah (saz101)

    Mahaha! Now that you mention it, I know it’s true >___<
    They have a book? INSTANT CONVERSATION STARTER WITH A STRANGER… I don't even notice the bloody knife hanging out of their back pocket… hahaha!

    I LOVE it! I know the person who stole my car yesterday couldn't have been a reader *grumble grumble*

    I LOVE it, Jenn! Thanks for sharing xx

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