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Monday, July 27, 2009

Mailbox Monday 7/27

It's time for another Mailbox Monday, hosted by Marcia at the Printed Page.

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week (checked out library books don’t count, eBooks & audio books do). Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists.

This last week I received quite a stash. It even surprised me:











Leadville by James Best
Passeggiata, by G.G. Husak
The Lacemakers of Glenmara, by Heather Barbieri






Live Relationally: Lessons from the Women of Genesis and Live Deeply: A Study of the Parables of Jesus, by Lenya Heitzig and Penny Pierce Rose












God Has Never Failed Me, But He's Sure Scared Me to Death a Few Times, by Stan Toler
The Buzzards are Circling, But God's Not Finished With Me Yet, by Stan Toler
Not So Fast, Slow-Down Solutions For Busy Families, by Ann Kroeker












When the Good News Gets Even Better: Rediscovering the Gospels through First-Century Jewish Eyes, by Neb Hayden
The Blue Enchantress by M.L. Tyndall
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What new books did you receive last week?
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6 comments:

  1. Great mailbox! We'll have a few of the same ones. I should be getting the Live books this week since I've been seeing other's get them and I have the Italy book and Lacemakers. We can compare notes on some of these this time around. Enjoy!

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  2. Boy you had a great haul!!! Here is mine mine

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  3. Oh wow that was a great book week, and a nice selection of books too! I hope you enjoy reading all of them! :)

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  4. You had a great mailbox week! I just posted a review for Lace Makers yesterday. I really liked it!

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  5. All those books and we only got one in common! Not So Fast sounds like one I could have use several years ago.

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  6. You'll enjoy the Blue Enchantress!

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