In My Musical Mailbox (23)

In My Mailbox was started by The Story Siren and inspired by Pop Culture Junkie.

You get a gold star if you noticed the name change. IMM has now become... IMMM! Nothing major, but I'll be including a song on every IMM from now on. My bookshelf is alive with the sound of music... ;)

Anyways, these are a mix of books from this past week and the week before, since I missed IMM then. But first:

The new IMMM mascot. :3

Isn't it ADORABLE? My friend got it for me as an extremely late Christmas present, and it matches my personality perfectly. She knows I like more "emo" clothing and accessories, though I'm not confident enough to wear the clothes (Hot Topic's earrings are my favorites though). AHHHH, Hello Kitty's just so irresistibly cute. I might spotlight my Japanese keychain ones next week...

But before I get too carried away:

For Review:
Angelfire by Courtney Allison Moulton {reviewed}
Blood and Flowers by Penny Blubaugh -- the cover is very vivid and unique and, from what I've heard, the story itself is like that too... I'll get around to this one sometime.
Enclave by Ann Aguirre -- review coming closer to the release date; pretty solid dystopia though! :)
Purple Daze by Sherry Shahan -- love the 60's feel to the cover. It's told in verse, which I don't read often, so I'm looking forward to it.
Sean Grisworld's Head by Lindsey Leavitt -- definitely one of those pick-me-ups after a long span of dystopian/historical/contemporary/sadder things. The blog tour for this one is going on now, and my stop is scheduled for March 23rd - check back then for a review!

Demonglass by Rachel Hawkins -- guilty pleasures, I tell you.
The Vespertine by Saundra Mitchell {interviewed} -- fairly good. Not my absolute favorite, but it has a stunning cover (Saundra does not lie when she says it looks better in person); hopefully I'll find the time to write a review for it.
Prom and Prejudice by Elizabeth Eulberg -- short and sweet. Your eyes do not deceive, that's a paperback version you see there. And, yes, I made my little sister get it for me from her middle school Scholastic book fair for the low, low price of $7.

Whew, I can't help the commentary. As for today's music, it's Daylight Savings Time! And time, well...


Muse = awesome, though I like their older songs better. And for the record, I liked them before Stephenie Meyer declared them her inspiration. Starlight was my first, and still favorite, Muse song. :)

(Where does all this time go? What if you scheduled a post during "the missing hour"?)

I'll stop taking up your time and ask: What did you get this week? (Leave me a link and I'll be sure to take a peek!)

Until next time, brave adventurers~