Monday, April 12, 2010

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday is a fun meme where bloggers reveal the books that arrived at their house (by mail) over the past week. Thanks to Marcia of The Printed Page.


This week's books:
What books moved in with you this week?

39 comments:

  1. I have been meaning to read Rooftops of Tehran for yonks. Enjoy.

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  2. Great list, I'll be watching for reviews :) Hope you're feeling better, Diane!

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  3. I got a copy of Still Missing in the mail this week too...must be a lot of copies going out.

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  4. My name is Memory looks intriguing! I have to look that one up. Great mailbox! Enjoy your books!

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  5. Rooftops of Tehran and Small Kingdoms both sound very interesting. Middle Eastern culture fascinates me - maybe because I feel that I know so little about it!

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  6. What a great assortment! I also received Still Missing. Happy reading!

    --Anna
    Diary of an Eccentric

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  7. I'm jealous of Rush Home Road and My Name is Memory. Fingers crossed I get Memory in the mail as well! My mailbox is at The Crowded Leaf.

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  8. I see alot of bloggers got the Still Missing book curious to see the reviews for it.

    I have the new Anna Brashare book on my TBR.

    Happy reading.

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  9. I've heard really good things about Rooftops of Tehran. I got Still Missing and My Name is Memory, too. I'm reading the latter now and so far so good! Here's my Mailbox.

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  10. These all sound great. Thanks for introducing them to me & happy reading! :D

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  11. A couple of these are new to me but I'm totally envious of The Rooftops of Tehran. I may have to bite the bullet myself and buy this one too.

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  12. Rooftops of Tehran looks good -lucky!

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  13. I see that Still Missing book in a lot of mailboxes this week. Sounds very creepy!

    Here is mine on Rose City Reader.

    Happy reading!

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  14. Looking forward to the review of Rooftops of Tehran.

    http://fredasvoice.blogspot.com/2010/04/in-my-mailbox_10.html

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  15. John's reading Rooftops right now... hes really enjoying it. But I think he liked The Kit Runner a bit better so far. We shall see.

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  16. I've heard good things about Lark and Termite.

    Still Missing is another one I'm coveting!

    Here's my MM:

    http://laurelrainsnowcreations.blogspot.com/2010/04/mailbox-monday_11.html

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  17. You received so many wonderful books,so many choices to chooses from.

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  18. My Name is Memory sounds very good. I'll watch to see what you think of it. Enjoy all of your new reads!

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  19. I really want to read Rush Home Road since I loved The Wife's Tale so much. I can't wait to see your review.

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  20. Hope you're feeling better. I'm looking forward to your review of Rooftops of Tehran.

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  21. I received The Wish Maker...thank you!!

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  22. They all look like great books. Enjoy them!

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  23. Great mailbox! I love all of your books. I've read rooftops in tehran. I won it from J. Kaye. The book is wonderful.

    http://readwithtea.blogspot.com

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  24. My Name is Memory is intriguing--I liked the Sisterhood books, and I love time travel books, so I might have to add this one to my list.

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  25. I have Rooftops of Tehran also (bought it in October) but haven't gotten around to reading it yet. I've heard loads of good things about it though!

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  26. So many of these look good -- and have great covers! Enjoy.

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  27. They all look pretty awesome...I received a copy of Still Missing too..so can't wait to read that one! Enjoy Diane!!

    P.S. I just started South of Broad and am in love with the writing!!!!

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  28. I've seen Still Missing several times on assorted blogs; the cover looks so intriguing, let alone the title. What a great collection you have!

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  29. You received some really great books! They all look good to me. Mine is here.

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  30. I will be interested in what you think of Rooftops of Tehran. That has been on my radar for awhile

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  31. Can't wait to read your thoughts on Rooftops of Tehran - my BC read this last December (and discussed the book with the author).

    I hope you are feeling better!

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  32. Your books look fabulous this week! Such beautiful covers!

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  33. Nice pile! I think everyone on the planet ended up with Still Missing. I got a bunch of books, last week, but they're in the so-called "reading room" and I'm not willing to drag them into the office to list. Still Missing was one of them. And, I just got a book about Georgette Heyer that I'm looking forward to reading.

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  34. Thanks so much for your comments and for asking how I fell, I am much better than the weekend, but still trying to get enough sleep. audio books are working best for me lately, it seems

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  35. I envy you for the copy of 'My name is Memory'. I want that book:) Happy reading!

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  36. Nice mailbox Diane. I'm looking forward to your thoughts on Ann Brashare's newest.

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  37. I really liked Rooftops of Tehran! Can't wait to hear what you think of Still Missing and Lark & Termite.

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  38. Hi Diane, I see STILL MISSING here again. I've seen it just moments ago in another blogger's MM post. I like the look of your mailbox. Happy reading!

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