What’s In My Mailbox? 16 Mar 2019

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I haven’t written an What’s In My Mailbox post in ages, so here goes:

Girl, Stop Apologizing by Rachel Hollis is the sequel to Hollis’ smash hit Girl, Wash Your Face. I pre-ordered it for Kindle when it was announced. I’m only 18% into it so far because I listen to Hollis’ podcast fairly regularly and a lot of the material is the same as she talks about on Rise.

Everything I Know About Love by Dolly Alderton is one I just got from the library today. It’s one of those that is usually recommended in non-fiction along with books such as Holli’s, so I thought I’d give it a try. I also see this book on Instagram a lot, so I’m assuming it’s a good read for book bloggers.

In Pieces by Sally Field is one I have on audiobook through the library and I listen to it during my commute. I bought the hardcover book in the US but listening to Field read her story is way more engaging. She goes into detail a lot about her family history at the beginning which isn’t usually interesting for me, but to hear Field describe her grandparents, it makes it worth the time.

You by Caroline Kepnes is my book before bedtime. Again, this one is available from the library (the only one not available was the Hollis book and that was due to it not being popular in the U.K. and there being a lot of reservations on it via my American library Libby app). It’s pretty much like the Netflix series, but it’s still engaging because the main character, Joe, is just too crazy to ignore. Plus, he’s a bibliophile and a literary snob and what English major doesn’t admire that in their characters?

 

What Is In My Mailbox? 9 Oct 2014

  

I was happy to come home from vacation to find a note from the postman saying I had a box from Amazon that was too big for the mail slot. Today, I picked up said box and found the first three books from The Lynburn Legacy series by Sarah Rees Brennan.

I want to thank Serena Lawless from The Great Noveling Adventure for doing the giveaway and sending these over to me from Ireland. Much thanks!

Because of this lucky winning, I decided to create this first post in the new category of What Is In My Mailbox?

 

Happy Reading!