Sunday, February 27, 2011

In My Mailbox (31)

Once again, really late. Sorry. I had work and then I hit Borders right after because it's going out of business (;sniff;) and is having a HUGE sale. So I just got home today after being out since eight this morning. Anyway, moving on.
In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi over at The Story Siren that tells people what books we got this week. All the links in this post go to the book's amazon page if you want more info on them.

From Borders Closing sale:
Women of the Otherworld Book 3: Dime Store Magic by Kelley Armstrong-On sale and my library doesn't have this one so here we are.
Mediator bindup 1: Shadowland and Ninth Key by Meg Cabot-Love this series, my old copies are really beat up so I'm replacing it with the new pretty covers.
The Parasol Proctectorate series Book 3: Blameless by Gail Carriger.-Love this series. Still need to read book 2 but this was on sale so...
Castle in the Air by Diana Wynne Jones-It's Jones. Nuff said.
Delirium Book 1 by Lauren Oliver-Got it for a really good price and I've been wanting to read it anyway.
Tortall series: Tortall and Other Lands Short Story Collection by Tamora Pierce.-If you haven't read Tortall or Circle of Magic yet, do so. These books are awesome.

Checked out from the Library:
Bewitching Mysteries Book 4: No Rest for the Wiccan by Madelyn Alt-Trying to wrap this series up.
The Tiger's Curse Book 1 by Colleen Houck-Trying to keep up with the new books again ;)
The Agora Trilogy Book 1: The Midnight Charter by David Whitley-Looked interesting.


  1. Great haul! Our Borders is closing too, but when we went they were only offering 20% off and the line was ginormous! Hoping to go back soon, though!

    Have a great day!
    Kristin@ My Bookish Ways

  2. Well, on top of the 20% I also have a Borders card so I got additional percentage on each item plus Tax refund came in anyway. I'd go back quickly as possible because I believe they're closing stores whenever the stores run out of stuff. All the items I got were from a very bare looking YA section.