Sunday, June 20, 2010

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday is hosted by: Marcia @ The Printed Page.  Join in the fun and check out what arrived in everyone's mailboxes last week by visiting Marcia's blog.






Share your mailbox treasures with us please

28 comments:

  1. Looks like a good haul this week (as usual). I've got a copy of Ape House from BEA, and I'm really looking forward to reading it!

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  2. Ooooh, you got 29 AND Ape House!!! Can't wait to hear what you think about them. Have a good week, Diane.

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  3. Enjoy your books. Just one for me this week. Pussreboots.

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  4. They all look good - can I say I'm just a little bit jealous of Ape House?

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  5. The Kitchen House looks good. I'm wondering if Sea Escape, by Lynne Griffin is the same author who wrote Life Without Summer?

    I guess I'll have to check that out!

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  6. Kathy,

    I am surprised you did not get Ape House at BEA like some other bloggers?

    Laurel,

    yes Sea Escape is by the Life Without Summer author (I LOVED that book)!!!!

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  7. I have heard good things about The Kitchen House

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  8. You have a nice mix there. Happy reading.

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  9. I am seriously coveting Ape House!!!
    Enjoy all of your great looking books!

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  10. Love the new layout/design. And, I'm sooooo jealous that you have APE HOUSE and SEA ESCAPE!!

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  11. Adam and Eve sounds interesting. Enjoy your new books!

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  12. I'm especially curious about Ape House and Adam & Eve. I didn't love the story of Water of Elephants, but I liked Gruen's writing and thought she captured the atmosphere nicely. And I only ever hear Sena Jeter Naslund's name in connection with Ahab's Wife, so seeing a different title caught my eye.

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  13. This is quite a stack of books!

    Have you read The Forgotten Garden? It's not keeping my interest and I'm wondering if it gets better - it's probably just the week I'm having and I might put it down and start again next week.

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  14. I so want to read Ape House by Sara Gruen. All your titles look interesting.

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  15. Ohhhh....I am so jealous..I really want to read Ape House. I'm waiting for it with fingers crossed. :)

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  16. I purchased 29 as my first ebook from the iBookstore for my iPad. I loved the author's first book and am looking forward to reading this one as well. Sea Escape looks good - it's on my wish list. Again, I loved the author's debut novel, Life Without Summer, and this one looks just as good. Enjoy your books!

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  17. I notice the S& S books. I received a package from them too on Sat. that I haven't opened yet. I suspect I have the same.

    Happy reading!

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  18. I loved Water For Elephants by Sara Gruen, so I can't wait to read Ape House.

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  19. You are going to love The Kitchen House! I read it about 2 months ago and was just blown away. I also think a lot of your other books look great too! Enjoy them!!

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  20. The Kitchen House caught my eye a while back- glad you got a copy and I hope you enjoy it along with all your other books. Have a wonderful week and happy reading.

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  21. "Ape House" looks great- enjoy them all!!!

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  22. Great books! Hope you enjoy them all. My mailbox is at The Crowded Leaf.

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  23. Oooh, these all look good! Adam & Eve is new to me. Enjoy, Diane! Here's mine: http://suko95.blogspot.com/2010/06/mailbox-monday-more-books-for-summer.html

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  24. I read Kitchen House and liked it very much. I have Adam and Eve here and the rest of your books are going on my wish list! You got a great stack of books there! Enjoy them all and I'll keep an eye out for your reviews.

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  25. What a great stack! There are few things better than getting books in the mail!

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  26. How pretty those books all look sitting together like that! And what a great selection! I would be in heaven! Ape House, All the Queen's Players (big lover of historical fiction that I am) and The Kitchen House are all calling out to me!

    Julie @ Knitting and Sundries

    My Monday: http://jewelknits.blogspot.com/2010/06/its-monday-what-are-you-reading-and_21.html

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  27. So jealous that you got Ape House!

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  28. Ooh, I like your new look! I'm looking forward to reading Ape House. Enjoy!

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