In My Mailbox (4)

In My Mailbox (4)

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by The Story Siren
This week was a little slower than my last two weeks (which were quite crazy LOL) but I’m just as excited!
Dawn McCollough-White gave me a e-copy of her book The Cameo Assassin to review:
In fact YOU can win a SIGNED copy for yourself, and the second SIGNED book in the same series by entering my Stand for Japan giveaway – and maybe consider donating a dollar or two to our charity of choice: Shelterbox which is providing survival gear and other necessities to the Japanese who have been impacted by the recent disasters – ie. earthquakes/tsunami/nuclear radiation leaks. Links also in my sidebar.
I also received for review from Netgalley:
Surviving the Angel of Death by Eva Mozes Kore & Lisa Rojany Buccieri
I also ordered several books from B&N but since they haven’t arrived yet, I will wait to reveal them next week! 🙂
Happy reading everyone, I look forward to seeing what everyone else has!
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About April

A twenty-something who's always had a love for reading and now that passion includes her nook! When not blogging or reading, she's probably chatting on Skype--or doing all those things at once with music and TV in the mix! More posts by April »


  1. Celesta says:

    Good IMM! I've put Cameo on my TBR pile!

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  2. Shoshanah says:

    I read a book similar to Surviving the Angel of Death a few years ago. It wasn't really about one child specifically, but had interviews with a bunch of Mengele's children. I am glad I read it, although I probably wouldn't again. But I would still be interesting in reading book similar to it.

  3. Fireflywishes says:

    Awesome! Thanks for stopping by Celeste, I will be sure to visit your page too!

    I'm with you Shoshanah, I watched a documentary not too long ago featuring the stories about Mengele's twins (which is why I wanted to read this, in part).. I read books about the Holocaust because I think it's important to remember that era in history, and to hear the accounts of what happened so that they are never forgotten. Each book is hard to read, very emotional, but I do feel a better person for it. Thanks for stopping by my blog, hope to see you again soon 🙂

  4. Your blog is adorable!

    Following you from IMMB

  5. Jessica says:

    Well at least you didn't come out empty-handed this week! Something's better than nothing!

    Here's my IMM

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    Jessica@a GREAT read

  6. carolsnotebook says:

    Looks like a couple of good books. Enjoy!

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