I meant to get this post done before leaving on vacation, but that didn’t quite work out. So this post will showcase the second half of June, and I’ll have another post later in the week with my book mail for the beginning of July! It’s been a crazy couple of months for mail, and it’s all so exciting 🙂
I’m finally feeling better enough to create a post for all the lovely book mail I received 2 weeks ago! This crazy weather has been killing my sinuses and draining all of my energy.
Last week was an awesome week for book mail! I was going to post this overview on Saturday when my Book Outlet order arrived. Except, well, my Book Outlet order didn’t arrive. So then I didn’t really feel like talking about books when I was worried about my books that were stuck in a different city.
But I’m all geared up and exhilarated again, so I’d like to share all the awesome that did arrive last week!!
My last OTSPSecretSister of the round came and super brightened my day! I have had so much fun sending and receiving cheer 🙂 This month’s theme was purple and it was perfect. I’ve listened to some of the Nightvale podcast and was excited when a book came out. Tricks for Free is a signed arc in the InCryptid series. The caramel corn is a local specialty. Who doesn’t need a giant hashtag eraser? And I’m excited to try the colourpop lippie stick. I’ve never had one before and rarely wear lipstick, but yay!
I’ve been eagerly waiting for the sequel to Peadar O’Guilin’s The Call, so when The Invasion showed up at work, I had to snap it up! RWBY Vol. 1 is the result of a trade.
Cast in Deception and The Bones of the Earth were also results of recent trades.
Another trade meant getting the mp3 audiobook of The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms. And I won a Twitter giveaway from Emily R. King, the last of her The Rogue Queen arcs 🙂
The last thing I want to share was the preorder incentive from The Cruel Prince. That pin is gorgeous and hurray for author signatures!
This week brought so many books!! First off my Boxer Day sale from Book Outlet arrived. I filled in a full holes and picked up a couple interesting titles. Then I had a bunch of library books come in all at the same time 🙂 A book trade came through, and finally, I went to a used book sale at a local public library today, where paperbacks were only 50 cents!! How could I say no to anything that looked even remotely interesting?