You Are My Only by Beth Kephart. This one just sounds completely creepy and awesome, and absolutely up my alley.
The Butterfly Clues by Kate Ellison. There's murder, clues, mystery, and psychological issues. Why wouldn't I want to read this?
The Sweetest Thing by Christina Mandelski. A Sarah Dessen-esque contemporary is just the thing I'll need to take my mind off the homework overload my teachers are shoving on me.
Without Tess by Marcella Pixley. Such a simple but pretty cover with a story that sounds promisingly beautiful and emotional. Can't wait to read this one!
Prized by Caragh M. O'Brien. I read and reviewed the first book in the trilogy a year or so ago, so I'm eager to pick the second one up. Plus, this cover is just gorgeous!
Saving June by Hannah Harrington. There have been some raving reviews floating around, and I love the cover (what's with all these beautiful covers I've gotten lately?)
Dancergirl by Carol M. Tanzman. The colors on the cover are just so pretty, and even though my dance experience is limited to three years of ballet from ages four to seven, I love books about dancers.
How to Save a Life by Sara Zarr. It's Sara freaking Zarr, everyone. Do I have to say more?
Everybody Sees the Ants by A. S. King. Remember A. S. King? The author of Please Ignore Vera Dietz? I don't have to say any more on this one too.
Envy by Gregg Olsen. Last but not least, I received a lovely finished copy of this one. I can't even express how much I love YA psychological thrillers.
That's it for me! What did you get in your mailbox?