Tuesday, March 1, 2011

IMM (1)

In My Mailbox (IMM) is a weekly feature/meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. If you have never been to her blog, you're crazy and go now! She has great hauls, really insightful and honest reviews, and beyond amazing giveaways.

This is my first IMM and I'm really excited. It's actually my first "haul" of any kind that I'll be sharing with you. I don't usually buy books in bulk because I already have so many that I have to read (my TBR is out of control). Also, I realize that these are usually done on Sunday and review the weeks worth of books but I'm impatient so I'm doing mine on Tuesday. Anyway, enough of my rambling. Let the haul begin:

1. The True Story of Hansel and Gretel- Louise Murphy (200+ Challenge).
2. Charade- Sandra Brown (200+ and Chick-Lit Challenges).
3. Sundays at Tiffany's- Jame Patterson (200+ and Chick-Lit Challenges).
4. A Room with a View- E.M. Forster (200+ and Classic Challenges).
5. Howard's End- E.M. Forster (200+ and Classic Challenges).
6. One Hundred Years of Solitude- Gabriel Garcia Marquez (200+ Challenge).
7. The Dog Said Bow-Wow- Michael Swanick (200+ Challenge).
8. The Golden Unicorn- Phyllis Whitney (200+ Challenge).
9. The Memory Keeper's Daughter- Kim Edwards (200+ Challenge).
10. Dashing Through the Snow-Mary Higgins Clark (200+ Challenge).
11. She's Come Undone- Wally Lamb (200+ Challenge).
12. The Bridge to Terabithia-Katharine Paterson (200+ Challenge).
13. Brave New World- Alduous Huxley (200+, Dystopian, and Classic Challenges).
14. Dr. Zhivago- Boris Pasternak ( 200+ and Classic Challenges).
15. Atlas Shrugged- Ayn Rand (200+ and Classic Challenges).
16.The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood- Rebecca Wells (200+ and Chick-Lit Challenges).
17.Survivor in Death- J.D. Robb (200+ Challenge).
18. This Lullaby- Sarah Dessen (200+ and Chick-Lit Challenge).

That's what I got in my mailbox this week, what did you get in yours?

xoxo Theresa
The Book Nook


  1. Howard's End is on my list too.

    I enjoyed One Hundred Years of Solitude, but it took a while to get into

  2. I really want to read them both. I've heard that One Hundred Years is a little slow at the beginning. Thanks for visiting my page!