Books for Mail is basically me showcasing my addiction to buying books. Every two weeks, I’ll show you guys which books I have bought/received, and hopefully you’ll find some great titles!
In My Mailbox:
Witch Eyes by Scott Tracey: This is LGBT paranormal, which aren’t all that common, so I am super keen to get reading this one!
One Man Guy by Michael Barakiva: This just sounds too cute for words, really.
The Perilous Gard by Elizabeth Marie Pope: This was another Bookish Christmas present from Ebony, and it looks pretty freaking awesome :D
Made For You by Melissa Marr: Reviews I’ve read have talked about how utterly creepy this is, and I just really want to read an actual creepy book.
The Madness by Alison Rattle: Back when I did Cover Crush, I featured this cover because it is so darn beautiful, so when I saw this in the shop, I grabbed it up snap quick.
How to Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell: My mum bought this for me for Christmas because TOOTHLESS.
Simply Sunday is a reading meme run here at Books for a Delicate Eternity. It’s where you can share your favourite quote of the week; be it from a book, a novella, a short story, a poem, a song – whatever you like!
My Simple Thing:
“We stand in silence for another moment and I realize how lucky I am to have someone I can be myself around in all my melancholy glory.”
A quote from Marisa Calin (Between You & Me).
Why I Chose It:
I think it takes a lot to be able to be less-than-happy in someone’s presence. Usually, people just expect you to be 100% happy 100% of the time – which is just ridiculous. And I think if you find someone you can really just be yourself with – sadness and gloominess and happiness and everything-ness – it’s really special. So I think this quote really shows that, because if you can find someone that you can just be silent and sad with … you are pretty lucky.
What books did you receive in the mail recently? What do you think of my Simply Sunday?