Friday, September 11, 2009

Friday Finds




Thanks to MizB for hosting this fun Friday meme!

My Friday Finds are actually from my own books that arrived this week. (I have a feeling that I will have more to talk about for Mailbox Monday).

  1. A Change in Altitude; Anita Shreve (thanks to Miriam) Pub. Date 9/22/09
  2. The Lost Hours; Karen White (purchased)
  3. The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder; Rebecca Wells (giveaway win)
  4. The Earth Hums in B Flat; Strachan (purchased)
  5. The Man Who Loved Books Too Much; Bartlett (Lydia / Putnam-Riverhead Books for review)
  6. The World in Half; Henriquez (paperback swap)

16 comments:

  1. Look at all of those goodies! Enjoy your new books.

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  2. I love the title of The Earth Hums in B Flat! I've had my eye on The Man Who Loved Books to Much. Nice finds!

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  3. Love the photo of all of those books. I really need to take a moment to organize all of my books. Normally I am pretty good but the pile is tilting a bit as I have neglected it.

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  4. The World in Half is wonderful! I rarely keep books, but I haven't been able to part with that one yet.

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  5. You had a great week! Karen White is doing an "author lunch" here soon and I want to get one of her books read beforehand.

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  6. I have been anxiously awaiting my copy of CALLY LILY PONDER at the library!

    -Amy
    Life by Candlelight

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  7. Ooh, The Earth Hums in B Flat is a great title. I hadn't heard of this one, but it looks interesting.

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  8. The Earth Hums in B Flat - I am so envious!

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  9. Oh yay new books and you have more coming? Lucky girl :)

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  10. #5 sounds particularly good! I look forward to your reviews on some of these books.

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  11. I've never heard of the World in Half. I'll be happy to read your review, also those for The Earth hums in B Flat and The Man Who Loved Books to Much. Such fun titles.

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  12. These do sound good! I'll be really curious to learn what you think of The Lost Hours. Enjoy!

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  13. I hope you enjoy The Man Who Loved Books Too Much. I just finished it, and thought it was a really great book. I will be interested to hear what you think of it.

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