In My Mailbox (1)

I don't do memes all that often, but this week was a great book-acquisition week for me, so here goes!

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren. It gives book bloggers the chance to share what they’ve bought/borrowed/received!

Received for review:
The Fourth Stall Part II by Chris Rylander

You might not get the joke if you missed The Fourth Stall (which was basically The Godfather, but for elementary school ;), but I was really tickled to find this in my mailbox recently. I hope to read it this week!

Thanks, Walden Pond Press!
Borrowed from library:
The Name of the Star by Maureen Johnson

Reading this for the YA Book Council's February meeting. I didn't like the snippet of it I heard on, otherwise I probably would have gotten it on audio. I never thought I'd say this, but there's just too much to read this month!
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

I've been lusting after this for ages, especially since a lot of my blogger friends were getting the ARC last summer. It's OK though--I finally bought it, and it looks lovely!

Bought at Once Upon a Time in Montrose

The Near Witch by Victoria Schwab

I already have this on Kindle, but it's not quite the same as having the book in your hand--especially with that great eye-candy cover!

Bought at Dark Delicacies in Burbank (ever-so-slightly not-family-friendly website ;)

Never Sit Down in a Hoop Skirt and Other Things I Learned in Southern Belle Hell by Crickett Rumley

It was totally IndieBound support week, this week. I attended the Popcorn and YA Writers event at The Last Bookstore in L.A. and could not resist picking this up! Sounds hilarious, and I love listening to Crickett talk.
Bought for a gift:
Dancergirl by Carol M. Tanzman

I've actually already read this on my Kindle--it was a good book, and better yet, my ex-cheerleader/dancer cousin is going to dig it. I'll have to get my own copy later when I have cash again!

Bought at The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles
Approved on Netgalley:
The Fairy Ring by Mary Losure

I'm reading another story based on this tale, so I thought I'd snag this eGalley and compare a bit.

What's in your mailbox?