In My Mailbox (7/4/10)

In My Mailbox is a fun meme hosted by The Story Siren

I got some exciting books this week!

I bought Melissa de la Cruz's Keys to the Repository---I am a big fan of her Blue Bloods series, and have high hopes for this collection of short stories.

I finally got Insatiable by Meg Cabot from the library.  I've been on a waiting list for weeks and am really looking forward to it!

I recevied Pearl in the Sand by Tessa Afshar for review.  It is a Christian fiction about the story of Rahab.  I love Christian fiction, so this is very exciting!

I have a funny "You Know You Read Too Much When..." story to share. Thursday I went to the library to pick up Insatiable. When I walked up, the librarian said, "Where have you been? You haven't been requesting many books lately. Is everything okay?" I told her that I've been reading books on my Kindle lately and she said, "Well, we were worried. It feels like we haven't seen you in forever.  Don't stay away so long next time!" Then she proceeded to get my books from the hold rack and check me out without asking my name.


Do you think I read too much? :)

8 comments:

  1. Can't wait to see what you think of Insatiable, hope you enjoy it! :)

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  2. hehehe!! I love that story since everyone at my library knows my name and I theres!=)
    But is there any other way to be- reading is so much fun esp blogging about them with bloggers like yourself!!


    Enjoy your reads this week!

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  3. pearl in the sand has a really great cover! and i want to read insatiable too!

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  5. That IS a great story about the librarian. Isn't it cool to know people miss you when you're not around?

    Happy reading this week.

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  6. Great books! Looking forward to your reviews, especially the new Blue Bloods!

    These are the ones we got this week: Vlog
    Take care! {Love your header btw!}
    Vanessa
    Book ♥ Soulmates

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