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Surely the best UPS package ever to grace my doorstep.

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  1. Am not jealous, am not jealous.

    Whatever, I'm TOTALLY jealous!

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  2. And what a haul it is! I should have asked you to pick up some for me!

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  3. niiiiice. I'm jealous...there I said it.

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  4. I admit, I have a little book envy going on. How'd you get advance copies of Forest Born, Catching Fire and Fire? So jealous! =)

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  5. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh! Must not look, must not look, must not look!!! Enjoy. :)

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  6. AH!! I'm so jealous! How cool is that!! Your TBR pile just got lots bigger!

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    Oh I am totally jealous!

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  8. Anonymous2:48 PM

    Um, wow!

    Where did they all come from?!?

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  9. Pretties! I'm so glad I went to BEA too or I'd be sooooo envious! I really like how this picture has a border around it. How do you get that? It's cool.

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  10. That's awesome! Have fun reading.

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  11. WHOA... that is a serious haul, Angie! You lucky, lucky girl. :-) Enjoy them!

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  12. Janssen, next year...next year...repeat it like a mantra. :)

    Jennie, I think I grabbed a copy of everything I could. It was like a feast.

    Mandi, grin. I understand. I have a hard time believing it myself!

    Kath, those were the three I was most excited about I think! I just finished FIRE last night and cannot wait to review it. Really looking forward to FOREST BORN and CATCHING FIRE.

    mjmbecky, lol. I will enjoy. And I will be giving away some of them, too. So stay tuned!

    Liza, I know. *sigh* The stacks are multiplying and migrating throughout the house!

    Harmony, they are all galleys I picked up at BEA (Book Expo America).

    Janice, I'm so glad you went too! The secret to my border is a Photoshopping husband. ;)

    Liviana, thanks! I think fun is in the cards this time.

    Kay, it really is serious. I'm gonna have to come up with some sort of system for deciding which one to read next.

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  13. I, myself, am deeply jealous. ;) Where's my UPS package of books? LOL!

    Enjoy them! :)

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  14. Karen W., I'm sorry! :)

    Charlotte, I know. *strokes the pretties*

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  15. Anonymous9:34 AM

    I'm so glad you got a copy of Soulless. I meant to ask you if you knew about it when we were waiting on the Ballad line. It looks very interesting!

    I also took pictures of my books even though I don't plan to post them anywhere. I was just so pleased with everything I picked up, I wanted a picture.

    Karen S

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  16. That is a seriously impressive spread! (I checked my envy at the door. Oh how it struggled!)Hope you enjoy each and every one! Can't wait for all of those reviews.

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  17. oooh, so jealous :)

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  18. Karen, I'm really looking forward to SOULLESS. She seemed very nice and offered me tea and cookies after signing my book. :) And I would love to see your picture of your haul!

    Chelle, I plan on plowing through the stack.

    Rachel, *ducks*. Sorry!

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  19. words cannot describe the beauty of this photo. : D

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