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I am having vision issues which are terrifying to someone whose work and interests lie in reading and writing. Because of this, I am falling behind in some of my reviewing commitments and ask for your support and patience.

Monday, July 20, 2009

Mailbox Monday 7/20

I decided it was time to participate in a Mailbox Monday. I never really keep track of what arrives, I just check my calendar for scheduled blog tours and add it all to my TBR stack. But, I enjoy reading other Mailbox Monday posts and figured I'd add my own!

This last week I received:

Sweetwater Run, by Jan Watson for FIRST Wildcard
The G-Free Diet, by Elisabeth Hasselbeck
Things Left Unspoken, by Eva Marie Everson from Baker Publishing Group

The Believer, by Ann Gabhart from Baker Publishing Group
Lizzi & Fredl, by Dr. William R. Stanford from Bostick Communications.
Everyday Greatness, by Stephen R. Covey from Thomas Nelson Publishers

What new books did you receive last week?
For more Mailbox Monday posts, check out The Printed Page.


  1. great books in the mail!
    the cover of Lizzi & Fredl grabbed my attention.

  2. that's a good variety....happy reading

  3. I've never done Mailbox Monday posts, either, but only because I can't seem to fit them in!! I got Sweetwater Run, last week. It looks so good. I can't wait to read it.

  4. Great lot of books Holly! Enjoy.

  5. That's a terrific stack o'books. I'm looking forward to reading your reviews. Happy reading!


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