Tuesday, November 24

In My Mailbox #9

So exciting I had Christmas in November last night. When I came home from work I had three packages in the mail.


The Awesome Midnight Moon Cafe sent me an awesome collection of bookmarks, postcards, magnets, book and a card. I am not entirely sure why I received all of this. The only think I can think is that it was from a contest that I entered, but I didn’t even win that contest. This is amazing. I need more friends like this. Hee Hee. 



Secondly, I reviewed Jessica Verday’s The Hollow a while back, and in the mail today I had this collection of a card, stickers, and bookmark. I then found that one of my packages was a book, more stickers, and perfumes from Verday. I was so excited I could hardly handle it. I have the perfumes in my curio cabinet for everyone to see, and they actually smell pretty darn good too.




If you have not read my review for The Hollow check it out here.


I can not believe they sent me all of this. I am so looking forward to her second book. I can only hope that they will allow me the opportunity to review it.




Thirdly, I recieved a book that I am very anxious to start reading. Tenaya Jayne gave me100_2812 the wonderful opportunity to review her new book called Blue Aspen.

Book Description:

When seventeen-year-old Dulcee Elders' mother embarks on a road trip from their home in California, Dulcee knows something odd is about to happen. Her suspicions are confirmed when they arrive at Uncle Jack's house outside of Durango, Colorado. Without another word, Dulcee's mother is gone, and Dulcee faces life with her reclusive and wealthy uncle in a looming rural mansion.

Dulcee has suffered from insomnia ever since her father died more than ten years ago. But once at home at Uncle Jack's, inexplicably Dulcee now can sleep; sleep brings not only strange and intricate dreams, but a dream lover. For now, Vincent Sands is only the silhouette of a man, but when Uncle Jack leaves town for business, Dulcee's dream world and reality collide. Once she is alone, the silhouette is no longer content to remain only in her dreams.

When Dulcee is asleep, Vincent can give her anything she wants, even the ability to talk to her dead father. Inevitably, Vincent must leave when Uncle Jack returns. Dulcee experiences the high price of loving Vincent-an addiction rivaling that of any hard-core drug. Desperate to bridge the gap between them, Dulcee faces a crucial decision that carries irreversible consequences.


So here is to all the wonderful people that send me all of this awesome stuff.

You are Awesome!!!!!


My 5 Monkeys(Julie) said...

I put blue aspen on to read pile...those all look good.

Kris said...

Hollow looks good. I might have to check into that one. What an awesome mail day you had!

gapyeargirl123 said...

I've heard mixed things about The Hollow - I think I'll pick it up if I find it in a library, or can get it second hand somewhere.

My IMM post is here: Book Bundle

Donna [Fantasy Dreamer's Ramblings] said...

I would be excited too if those items were in my mailbox this week. Lovely, all of it!


StephTheBookworm said...

What a lucky week for you! Enjoy all your new awesome stuff. Blue Aspen looks really neat, I had to add it to my TBR list.

Natasha (Wicked Lil Pixie) said...

Nice mailbox day! My mailman must be on strike, waiting for 6 books none of which have came! :(


Great IMM!! You got some great stuff :)