Mailbox Monday was created by Marcia of The Printed Page and is now on tour. I’m thrilled to be the host of this fun meme for the month of September! The voting was close, but Sunday came out on top, so my Mailbox Monday posts will go up on Sundays this month. I can’t believe it’s Labor Day already – where did the summer go?
According to Marcia, “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 lists.”
My mailbox exploded last week! I’m a little embarrassed to post today, but feel like I must in order to be a good host! Here’s what I found in my mailbox:
Friday (August 27) – I was out of town, so this one came too late to include in last week’s post
- The Love Goddess’ Cooking School by Melissa Senate came from the author
- Exley by Brock Clarke came from Algonquin Books
- The Reversal by Michael Connelly came from Hachette Books
- 13, rue Thérèse by Elena Mauli Shapiro and tin of lemon candy came from Hachette Books
- The Widower’s Tale by Julia Glass came from Amazon Vine
- feather came from Justin Kramon, the author of Finny – I didn’t get a feather when I first got the book and he was kind of enough to send one along – you MUST read this book to understand the significance of the feather
- Being Polite to Hitler by Robb Forman Dew came from Hachette Books for participating in a Blog Talk Radio show with Sam Kean
- Why? Because We Still Like You by Jennifer Armstrong came from Hachette Books
- Christmas Mourning by Margaret Maron came from Hachette Books
- Rescue by Anita Shreve came from Hachette Books
- The Trials of Zion by Alan M. Dershowitz came from Hachette Books
- Old Border Road by Susan Froderberg came from Hachette Books
- The Brave by Nicholas Evans came from Hachette Books
- The Good Sister by Drusilla Campbell came from Hachette Books
- If You Lived Here, You’d Be Home by Now by Claire LaZebnik came from Hachette Books
- SOS! The Six O’Clock Scramble to the Rescue by Aviva Goldfarb was a win from Peeking Between the Pages
- Confessions of the Sullivan Sisters by Natalie Standiford came from Scholastic
- The Good Daughters by Joyce Maynard came from Harper Collins
What books came into your home last week?
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