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Monday, October 11, 2010

Mailbox Monday 10/11

It's time for another Mailbox Monday, which was created by Marcia at the Printed Page, and this month is hosted by Avis at she reads and reads.

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 and audio books do). Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists.

This is what arrived at my home last week.


Everything Christmas, by David Bordon and Thomas Winters (for First Wildcard from Random House)
The Sixty-Minute Family, by Rob Parsons (for First Wildcard from Kregel)
Heidegger's Glasses, by Thaisa Frank (for TLC Book Tours)
I'm Outnumbered!, by Laura Lee Groves (for First Wildcard from Kregel)
Two Tickets to the Christmas Ball, by Donita K. Paul
The Perfect Blend, by Trish Parry (for First Wildcard from Harvest House)
Crestmont, by Holly Weiss (for First Wildcard from the author)
Confessions of a Prairie Bitch, by Alison Arngrim (from the library)
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What new books did you receive last week?
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11 comments:

  1. Stopping by from She Reads and Reads' post for Mailbox Monday.

    Have a great week.

    Stop by my blog if you like.

    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

    Enjoy your books.

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  2. I've read good reviews for Confessions of a Prairie Bitch. Hope you enjoy all your new books!

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  3. These are some really great titles. Thanks for sharing these! I especially would like to read the 60 Second Family. My find of the week is a book called, "The Sobering Truth," by Jeff Herten, M.D. What I like about this one is that it is very honest with some stunning medical facts about alcohol and the industry. I think everyone should read this book who would like to know more about the effects of drinking and how our society has handled it. Quite shocking.

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  4. Nice set of book there Madame.

    Eyeing your Confessions of a Prairie Bitch, Loved that blonde girl from the Little House in the Prairie series.

    She always had it in for Laura but then towards the end she redeemed herself.

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  5. Nice lot of books. Enjoy your reading.

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  6. Oh, my goodness! Christmas is coming! GREAT list of books! Enjoy!

    Julie @ Knitting and Sundries

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  7. Confessions of a Prairie Bitch sounds good to me. I remember seeing an interview of Alison as an adult and she was nothing like Nellie. Kind of curious to see what it was like for her to be playing such a mean girl at such a young age.

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  8. Thanks for visiting me for Mailbox Monday...it's nice to meet a fellow bibiliophile, but better than that, woman of faith. Blessings, Bellezza

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  9. Prairie Bitch looks interesting. It's funny how we almost assume that actors have the characteristics they portray, and are then disappointed when they aren't that way. I just finished The Perfect Blend, hope you enjoy it (and I think you will).

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  10. I've read great reviews of Confessions of a Prairie Bitch - I hope you enjoy it and the rest of your books.

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