Sunday 21 March 2010

In My Mailbox

"In My Mailbox" was started by Kristi over at The Story Siren. Every Sunday, I will let you know what books I've picked up in the week!

First up is "The Body Finder" by Kimberly Derting. I've been wanting to read this book for ages now but had to wait for the release date to get hold of a copy! Now I'm trying to find the time to read it - hopefully next month when I have annual leave. Anyway, I managed to convince Kimberly to let me be part of "The Body Finder Street Team" promoting the book in my town. Gorgeous cover art and interesting story, I've heard a lot of good things about this book.

Next is "Never Cry Werewolf" by Heather Davis. I LOVE the cover art and I liked the premise of the story. I've not heard of the author before but I'd like to give her writing a try.

I've been seeing loads of contests and mentions of "Numbers" by Rachel Ward and so I decided to check it out. I really prefer the cover art for the hardback as opposed to the paperback (hence I bought the hardback) and once again, I thought the premise was really interesting. AND I've just found out that there is a sequel coming.

I can't remember who it was now but someone mentioned this book in a blog post (I think it was an author advising on writing, Shannon Delany maybe?). Anyway, I decided it was good research material.

Just to make you laugh, I also ordered "Fairy Tale" this week by Cyn Balog. When it arrived and I went to my shelves, I saw the same book staring back at me! LOL. I'd forgotten that I already had it and it was on my TBR list. I'm definitely a book addict!

Look out for future reviews on these books and more.


  1. Great books! I've heard good things aboutthem on other blogs and I'd love to read Numbers!

  2. Thanks! Yeah me too, looking forward to reading them only I'm worried that my TBR list is getting longer and longer and longer!

  3. Awesome books! The Body Finder and Numbers are both on my wishlist. Here's what I got this week: Not-Really-Southern Vamp Chick

  4. The Body Finder is awesome! I'm also looking forward to Numbers and Never Cry Werewolf :) Enjoy your reading week!