In My Mailbox is a meme hosted by Kristi over at The Story Siren, where you create a post of the books you either received in the mail, bought at a bookstore, or borrowed from the library.
NOTE: If you're unfamiliar with how I do things with my IMM, I basically give a little back story to the books I have pictured. Also, if there are ARC's, I'll give a synopsis and date published.
~Pretty Monsters by Kelly Link: I saw this at my local Crown Books and was intrigued. Besides, it was like $2!
~Hamlet by William Shakespeare: I bought this because it's the Arden edition and my Shakespeare teacher used to always tell us that these editions had the best footnotes. And Hamlet is my favorite!
~Jinx by Meg Cabot: I hadn't even heard of this book until I spotted it in the store. Really love this cover. I may be reviewing this one.
~Tyger Tyger by Kersten Hamilton: I have been wanting a copy of this for some time now, and I picked up the last copy in the store. I will be reviewing this one.
~Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Poster: I saw this hanging up on the wall in the Crown Books and I knew that I needed it. This is definitely coming with me when I go to college.
~The Kiss Off by Sarah Billington: I got this for a blog tour, but it looks really good. I haven't read contemporary for a while so it'll help me to force myself to read it.
~Defy (Firstborn #1) by Raine Thomas: Also for a blog tour. I haven't read this author's previous series (check below), but if things go as planned I should before the tour.
~Becoming, Central & Foretold (Daughters of Saraqael #1-3): I'm going to try and read this series before I host a tour stop for the author's newest novel. A special thanks to the author for offering these.
~Dark Kiss (Nightwatchers #1) by Michelle Rowen: I'm so glad Harlequin posted this on Netgalley!! I already a physical copy of Immortal Rules and Goddess Interrupted AND The Girl in the Clockwork Collar, so I was happy to see this up there.
~Kill Me Softly by Sarah Cross: LOVE THIS COVER!! It also sounds pretty amazing. Thanks to Netgalley and Egmont.
~Yesterday by C.K. Kelly Martin: Random House has been piling on the review books on Netgalley!! Hopefully I get all of my requests approved! But this one looks like another great dystopian. Thanks to Random House and Netgalley.
~Until Next Time (The Angel Chronicles #1) by Amy Lignor: Another blog tour book, but I've been seeing this everywhere and I saw that I could still sign up, so I did! Love angel books so I can't wait to read this.
What did you guys get in your mailbox? Let me know in the comments!