In My Mailbox is hosted by Kristi over at The Story Siren every Sunday. In My Mailbox is a weekly meme that lets everyone see what books you have received or bought that week.
It's been a fun week around here, what with all of the snow. Okay, maybe not so much, but it looks pretty outside now.... :) I didn't think anything would come in the mail, so I was pleasantly surprised when some books did make it through.
1. 12.21.12 - Killian McRae
2. Progeny - R.T. Kaelin
3. My Superhero Sister - Toni LoTempio (e-book, not pictured)
Many thanks goes to Killian McRae, R.T. Kaelin, and Toni LoTempio for sending me the books I received this week for review.
1. Unseen - Rachel Caine
2. Sweep: Volume II. Dark Magic, Awakening, Spellbound - Cate Tiernan
3. Sweep: Volume III. The Calling, Changeling, Strife - Cate Tiernan
I read the "Sweep" series as a teen, but once I saw that they were coming out in the bind-ups I had to add them to my collection. I remember loving this series when I first read it and can't wait to re-read it.
All of the books are linked to their goodreads profiles. :)
Artemis the Brave Winner
Just a quick note to say that the results are in and the winner of the Goddess Girls book, Artemis the Brave, is none other than:
Congratulations, Robin! I hope you enjoy the book! Thank you everyone who participated in the giveaway. :)
Along with the giveaway there was a quiz... and I found it intriguing that the majority of you stated that you were most like Athena or Persephone. Athena won out by one vote. Only one person said they were like Artemis, and no one said they were like Aphrodite.
Don't know what I'm talking about? You can check out the post and take the Goddess Girl quiz here. If you do check out the quiz, feel free to leave your answer in the comments section. ;)
I'll leave you with a picture of my pal, Sunny. He decided to lay down and fall asleep on my 'scrap pile' of page-a-day pages from my old calendars, so I incorporated him into the pile. :) What a cutie, eh?
Yes. I'm one of those people who gets a page-a-day calendar and is good at ripping off the page every day for about 30 days then
becomes lazy decides to quit. I really liked going through the calendars though and figuring out the answers. I found one calendar was from 2009 (eep!), and the other one was about those who are left-handed (2010). It had some interesting content and I am surprised at the amount of actors, actresses, sports players, politicians, presidents, writers, artists, and scientists who are, or were, left-handed!
So, today I leave you with this parting question... which is your dominant hand, and what did you get in your mailbox this week?