Sunday, February 27, 2011

Mailbox Monday - 2/28/2011

Mailbox Monday is a weekly meme started by Marcia at The Printed Page.  You can read all about it at the Mailbox Monday blog.  Well, the mailbox has gone on tour.  This month's host is Library of Clean Reads. 

I love this meme because it lets me take a peek into other bloggers' mailboxes and find out what they received over the last week.  I will warn you, it does lead to more books as you will find many that you want because of others mailboxes.  If you'd like to join in on the fun, post about your books and link up!

Thanks to my mail lady not wanting to drive to my gate and drop some packages, I have 2 or 3 waiting for me at the post office.  Therefore, I'm posting this late on Sunday because I will probably be updating it on Monday afternoon or posting an addendum to this mailbox.

Puddleby by Leah Wilcox, from author
The Thirteenth Princess by Diane Zahler, from author
A True Princess by Diane Zahler, from author

What You See in the Dark (ARC) by Manuel Munoz, from Algonquin
When Tito Loved Clara  (ARC) by Jon Michaud, from Algonquin
Something for Nothing  (ARC) by David Anthony, from Algonquin

The small square package on the bottom right has 3 little books in it that are excerpts of the three I received from Algonquin.  It's a great marketing tool!


Majanka said...

The Thirteenth Princess and A True Princess sound like enjoyable reads. I love fairytales, and this one seems to add a special twist to them! Enjoy reading!

Take a look at what I found in my Mailbox last week.

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

These look really good...and how annoying that you have to wait because of the postal delivery service! Enjoy your books....


Julie Anne Lindsey said...

Great haul thos week! You'll be busy reading all those great titles for a long time! Nice. You can find my mailbox over here if you'd like:

bermudaonion said...

That Algonquin package is awesome! I hope you enjoy all of your new books!

Anonymous said...

here's mine

Anna said...

A couple of books in the Algonquin package look good. I can't wait to see what you think of them. Happy reading!

RAnn said...

So far my mailman has been great about delivering all my packages--but we still have the mailbox by the door so those that don't fit in it get left laying on the dooorstep.

Mary Beth said...

Oh, I hope they're all really good!

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