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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Mailbox Monday 8/30

It's time for another Mailbox Monday, which was created by Marcia at the Printed Page, and this month is hosted by Shanyn at Chick Loves Lit.

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.

It's been quite awhile since I participated in Mailbox Monday, but it's so much fun that I figured I'd give it a go again.

This is what arrived has arrived in my mailbox over the last couple of weeks, at least the ones I haven't finished or read yet!


The Mermaid's Pendant, by Leann Neal Reilly
Jackson Jones, Book 1: The Tale of a Boy, an Elf, and a Very Stinky Fish, by Jenn Kelly
Song of the Silent Harp, by BJ Hoff
Heart of the Lonely Exile, by BJ Hoff
Please Stop Laughing at Me, by Jodee Blanco
Petra, City in Stone, by T.L. Higley
Jesus in His Own Words, by Robert Mounce
Me, Myself and Paris, by Ruth Yunker
Choosing to SEE, by Mary Beth Chapman
A Disagreement in Idaho, by Holt E. Glenn
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What new books did you receive last week?
For more Mailbox Monday posts, check out Chick Loves Lit.

17 comments:

  1. wow, lots of books! I hope you enjoy all of them.

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  2. oh i've been wanting to read The Mermaid's Pendant! I hope you enjoy all of your books! Looks like some great ones!

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  3. That's quite a list! Hope you enjoy them all.

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  4. Look at all those great books! I am reading Please Stop Laughing At Me.

    Have a great week!

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  5. Quite a stack; I look forward to your reviews

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  6. Wow...great books.

    Check out my mailbox at:

    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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  7. I thought your blog name was new (to me) at Mailbox Monday.

    I've been curious about Higley's books, but have never read one.

    Jennifer
    My book blog: 5 Minutes for Books

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  8. Hmm what is Petra I wonder? I will look. :) Nice mailbox. Mine is at The Crowded Leaf.

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  9. What a great selection of books! The B.J. Hoff books catch my eye. Here's my Mailbox. Happy reading!

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  10. Wow, great stack. It's a reminder that as much time as I spend in the book world, there are always more books that I don't yet know about.

    Enjoy your reading.

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  11. Don't you love it when books come in the mail? Enjoy!

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  12. I want to read Mary Beth Chapman's book. It should be a very inspirational read after all her and her family have been through.

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  13. Oh, the Jackson Jones sounds great! And I'd love the Higley. I've only read the first of that series so far. It was so good!

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  14. 'please stop laughing...' looks like a tough but important read. hope that the message of hope outweighs the pain of the author's childhood.

    enjoy your books!

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  15. Oh, these look fantastic!! I really want to read The Mermaid's Pendant, and Me, Myself and Paris sounds like something I would like -- oh just send them all my way when you're done! :)

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  16. So many great books! Happy reading!

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  17. I've read about Petra... thought it sounded very interesting. Looks like quite a stack! Have fun!

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