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Sunday, August 3, 2014

Mailbox Monday 8/4

It's time for another Mailbox Monday which was created by Marcia at To Be Continued.

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week... Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish list

This week was another slow mailbox week, but it was a great Netgalley week.  Boy, it's easy to go nuts over there!

A Bride in Store by Melissa Jaegears via Netgalley
Annie's Stories  by Cindy Thomson via Netgalley
For Better For Worse by Pam Weaver via Netgalley

Playing by Heart by Anne Mateer via Netgalley
Saving Amelie by Cathy Gohlke via Netgalley
Miracle in a Dry Season by Sarah Loudin Thomas (for review, from Bethany House)

Beyond Coincidence by Jacquie Underground via Netgalley (for review, TLC Book Tours)


What new books did you receive?  Check out more Mailbox Monday posts here.


  1. I'm reading Miracle in a Dry Season too. Hope you enjoy your books.


  2. My digital mailbox has been full lately too. Looks like some great titles! Happy reading :)

  3. I agree - it's easy to have loads of fun and new reads from Net Galley! Enjoy your books :)

  4. Isn't NetGalley the best? I hope you enjoy your new books.

  5. I have to try and keep myself away from Netgalley as much as possible. I'm already buried under books, and I can't help but request more! Enjoy!

  6. That's precisely why I don't go on NetGalley anymore. I'd want to download too many books! You got some really good ones.

  7. Looks like some great ones. Enjoy!

  8. You've got some great books in your queue. Enjoy!

  9. Wow! These all look great and their covers are so pretty!

    I get in so much trouble with netgalley. Sometimes I just have to 'forget' about it for a while. :)

  10. Love the cover of Miracle.

    Enjoy all your books. They all look good.

    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  11. Hi Holly,

    What a lovely selection of books this week, I can honestly say I could read and enjoy, any or all of them, although the only author I know of and have read before, is Pam Weaver.

    NetGalley is just too tempting, so I have tried to be good and only accept the freebie downloads of the books I know I really want to read, but that is still a quite unmanageable volume of reading material for one person!!

    Thanks for sharing and I hope that you enjoy all your books,


  12. Looking forward to your thoughts on Saving Amelie. Enjoy your new books!