Normally I do one Mailbox Monday post each month, but after a very controlled month last month, this month was, well to be blunt, a bit out of control. So far out of control that I am going to have to split up the post into two parts, otherwise it is going to take forever to put together. So this is all of the books that I got in March, before I went to the Australian Romance Reader's Convention where I got a load more (as in around about 23 more)
The Company Articles of Edward Teach by Thoraiya Dyer/The Angaelian Apocalypse by Matthew Chrulew - I won this two-in-one book in a giveaway at Goodreads. It is my first Twelfth Planet Press book to own, but by the end of the month I have acquired two more!
The Cranford Novellas by Elizabeth Gaskell - Earlier this month I was pointed in the direction of Girlebooks where you can download a number of out of copyright books. I could have downloaded more, but I thought I would start with this one!
Genesis and August by Bernard Beckett - When I went to the Inside a Dog relaunch we were given a copy of August by Bernard Beckett, and I had heard good things about Genesis so I bought that one on the night.
Bumped by Megan McCafferty - This is a Netgalley book that I was very excited to be approved for.
Ember by Bettie Sharpe - Someone, and I can't remember who, recommended this book which is available from the author's website to download for free. I think it was recommended as a good read for a twisted fairy tale type story.
Best Little Stories of the Civil War by C Brian Kelly, The Highest Stakes by Emery Lee, Wild Sight by Loucinda McGary and The Immigrants by Howard Fast - These books were available as a special deal early in the month.
Sprawl anthology - This is the second book I got this month from Twelfth Planet Press. You can expect to hear a lot about this book over the coming month as part of Aussie Author Month.
Beneath the Shadows by Sara Foster - I went to an author event at my local library for this author, so of course, I had to get at least one of her books! Sara will be guest posting on my blog as part of Aussie Author Month.
A Song for my Mother by Kat Martin - This was a surprise book that I wasn't expecting at all.
The Raven Queen by Jules Watson - I was participating in a blog tour but this book didn't turn up until the same day as I was supposed to be posting about it. It's a bit disappointing because I was really looking forward to it. Will have to try and fit it in some how shortly.
The Vampire Narcise by Colleen Gleason and A Tale of Two Castles by Gail Carson Levine - both Netgalley books.
Glitter Rose by Marianne de Pierres - This is the last of the Twelfth Planet Press books I bought this month. I bought it in Sydney, and it was a lovely surprise when I actually started reading it and opened the title page and realised that it is a signed copy!
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