Sunday Post (2) and In My Mailbox (23)

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The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.  It was inspired in part by the In My Mailbox meme. It’s a chance to share News. A post to recap the past week, showcase books and things we have received and share news about what is coming up for the week on our blog.
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What happened on The Flutterby Room this week?

What’s happening on The Flutterby Room next week?

  • 6th May – review of Storm’s Heart by Thea Harrison
  • 10th May – review of Serpent’s Kiss by Thea Harrison

Other news?

I was in my local Waterstones when I noticed a flyer…

Rachel Caine is signing copies of the latest Morganville Vampires book Fall of Night on FRIDAY 17th MAY at 2pm at Waterstones Highcross Centre Leicester. According to the staff she will only be signing for an hour, so if you live nearby you might want to get there in plenty of time.

Any new books?

In My Mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren, it is a weekly meme where people record what books they received that week.

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This week I’ve got three new books, although technically I could have had one last week… Two I got because of a gift-card from my Aunt and her family for my graduation ceremony. The third is an e-ARC/galley that I got through NetGalley.

  • If I Should Die (Revenants #3) by Amy Plum [Goodreads]
  • This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith [Goodreads]

  • Ink (Paper Gods #1) by Amanda Sun (e-ARC/galley) [Goodreads]

First, a HUGE thank you to Harlequin UK/Mira Ink for allowing me the opportunity to read Ink early. I honestly thought they were going to say no, but I have been really looking forward to reading this book for months and talking to Amanda Sun on twitter so I decided to at least try when I saw it on NetGalley.

I picked both If I Should Die and This Is What Happy Looks Like up from Waterstones on Saturday thanks to a gift-card. I really want to see how Amy Plum’s trilogy ends as I enjoyed the previous two books. I’ve seen This Is What Happiness Looks Like on a LOT of blogs recently, and I’ve been rather curious about it. So when I saw it on the shelf I HAD to pick it up and give it a try.

That’s it from me this week. Hopefully there will be more than two posts on The Flutterby Room this week, but I’m not willing to make promises I might not keep. Let me know in the comments what you got this week and what happened on your blog and I will try to reply.

See you next week.

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10 thoughts on “Sunday Post (2) and In My Mailbox (23)

  1. I’m really looking forward to reading Ink, I love Japanese culture so it should be fascinating. This is What Happy Looks Like sounds soo cute, cannot wait to read it, enjoy!

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  2. I’m really excited for Ink. I have This is What Happy Looks Like checked out from the library, so I hope to start that soon. Enjoy your books (:

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  3. Harlequin is really awesome, and they are probably one of my favorite publishers because of how nice they are. I still need to read Eon, I keep forgetting so it’s just sitting on my shelf waiting to be read. I hope you enjoy your new books and thank you for dropping by!

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