Monday, November 15, 2010

Mailbox Monday - November 15th - 2010


For the month of November, Mailbox Monday is hosted by Knitting and Sundries.

Last week brought a few unexpected surprises, which I may not get to read before the new year.







Hope you received  a few good books in the mail as well!

36 comments:

  1. Love your books. Can't pick a favorite. Enjoy~

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  2. You have some new ones there. Enjoy.

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  3. Looks great! Hope you enjoy them all!!

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  4. All of those look great! Please stop by my Mailbox if you get a chance. Happy reading!

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  5. I hope you enjoy The Book of Tomorrow, it is a lovely story, which I read at the beginning of the year.

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  6. Oh! I'm very interested in the book by Schlink! Enjoy your books, Diane!

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  7. Wow, you got a lot of great books! My sister just read Late for Tea at the Deer Palace and wrote a guest review for me. The Weekend looks really good!

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  8. oh I love surprises. I've managed to be good this week and have stuck to my self-imposed book buying ban BUT I did exchange a few books at the book exchange yesterday.

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  9. can't wait to read the reviews!
    I have to try and get my husband to subscribe to your blog because he is the HUGE reader in the family!
    I read as well but not the volume (no pun intended! lol) of books that he does! xoxo

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  10. Ooh! Late for Tea at the Deer Palace looks good, as does the Bernard Schlink. Have you read The Reader? If you did, I am wondering what you thought about it?

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  11. That's a whole lot of books! Enjoy!

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  12. EVERY single one of those books is calling to me! What a great list! Enjoy the reads for 2011!

    Julie @ Knitting and Sundries

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  13. I'm reading "A Small Furry Prayer" right now! You will love it, the authors humour is awesome.

    The others look great too, georgous covers!

    LIsa

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  14. I love the covers of the first three books!

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  15. Nice when you get a surprise like a stack of new books. These are new ones for me. Enjoy.

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  16. Enjoy your new books, Diane. Thank you for sharing your "mailbox".

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  17. All these books are new to me. Enjoy!

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  18. These all look great and are all new to me titles. Enjoy them all.

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  19. I love pretty much everything Cecelia Ahern puts out so I hope you like that book! Can't wait for your review of it!

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  20. Looks like a great bunch of books. I hope you enjoy them!

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  21. I haven't heard of any of your new books. But they do look interesting, I will have to google them and see if any will go on my TBR list.

    However, I don't receive my books in the mail, I visit the bookstore for mine. This past week, I bought books 2,3, and 4 of the Nora Roberts The Bride Quartet series. Today I bought To Kill a Mockingbird, an old classic which I have never read.

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  22. These look good-- happy reading!

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  23. You received some really interesting books! The Book of Tomorrow and Caribou Island have me wondering as well as the book from PBS, Schlink and, of course, A Small Furry Prayer!

    Enjoy :o)

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  24. A wonderful selection here. I'm taking note :)

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  25. A Small Furry Prayer looks like something I would bawl my eyes out...I might have to skip over that one and just read your review instead! :) Here's my Mailbox: Coffee and a Book Chick -- Mailbox Monday...

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  26. The cover of A Small Furry Prayer has me. Love that pooch on the cover.

    ahhhhhh what a cute little pup and his eyes are so sad...

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  27. I really did start The Book Of Tomorrow, but the main character put me off, and i stopped reading it after only a couple of pages. i hope to get back to it soon.

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  28. I'm jealous of A Small Furry Tale as it looks like my kind of read.

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  29. They all sound interesting. Hope you enjoy them.

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  30. You got some great books, I'll look forward to your reviews!

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  31. Great mailbox this week! Enjoy :)

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  32. These are all new to me...so I'm so looking forward to reading what you think of them!!!

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  33. I've gotten so many new books lately and now where to fit them in - a good problem to have though right :)

    Enjoy your new books!

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  34. Looking forward to your thoughts on the Ahern book. Happy reading!

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