Monday, February 21, 2011

Mailbox Monday ~ February 21st


Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that that arrived during the previous week.  Created by Marcia @ The Printed Page, this month's host is:  Laura @ Library of Clean ReadsHere is what arrived last week:
 
 
I realized that I really had only purchased a couple of books in 2011 (running list - HERE), so I decided to remedy that a bit. Many of these were suggested by ALL of YOU book enablers out there.



 These arrived from various publishers:

Hope that you had a great week in books!

39 comments:

  1. "As Husbands Go" is a great book title and "Pinkalicious" looks very cute. Enjoy all of your new books!

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  2. The Sandalwood Tree and Bird House are two books which I am seeing popping up all over the blogs. You have such a nice haul of books this week. Enjoy.

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  3. Wow, that'a a lot of books. And yes, I've been hearing a lot about The Sandalwood Tree too. Looking forward to your review.

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  4. Ooh you have some Persephone books! You will love them.

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  5. I got The Sandalwood Tree as well. I'm looking forward to your reviews, the Persephone books look great.

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  6. What a fantastic haul! I'm most excited to hear your thoughts on The Group (the subject matter fascinates me, and I haven't read anything by that author). I have the new Megan Abbott too and hope to read it soon!

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  7. You made some wonderful purchases!
    I have wanted to read Bird House since I first saw a blurb about it...will look forward to your review.
    Hope you enjoy all your books :)

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  8. I think I also have a copy of The Group, but it's hidden away right now! A lot of your new arrivals look excellent, and I will be excited to hear what you think of them!

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  9. Lots of books this week, good for you. I hope you enjoy all of them.

    I read a lot the first 10 days on vacation, I need to catch up. I arrived home yesterday and my mom's cancer is taking over so I'm heading home and won't have time to read much. Life... it's unpredictable!

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  10. You got some great books! Look forward to read your reviews!

    Here is my Monday: Mailbox/What Are You Reading?/Musings post!

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  11. I really want to read the Steinbeck books. Read Grapes of Wrath and loved it. Happy reading!

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  12. here's mine http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/02/mailbox-monday-shes-all-that.html

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  13. I LOVE Travels With Charley...of course I read it a few decades ago...

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  14. What a fantastic mailbox, Diane! I'm hoping to get The Sandalwood Tree also. I love the cover on The Bird House. Have a great week and enjoy all your new books.

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  15. Great mailboxes photos! Enjoy your loot!

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  16. I'm glad to see you stimulating the economy! I'm curious about The End of Everything.

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  17. Gotta check out the Elle Newmark one! Enjoy all these treasures.

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  18. I'm a Steinbeck fan but I haven't read the two you listed. Enjoy!

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  19. I really enjoyed The Book of Mischief so the Sandalwood Tree peaks my interest. Hope I get it too!

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  20. I love that mailbox picture with this post. I hope you enjoy the books you've gotten.

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  21. I'm a Steinbeck fan, so I hope you enjoy those.

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  22. That's a whole lotta books...enjoy!

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  23. Great mailbox! I'm going to have to check out The Bird House. Thanks for stopping by. Happy reading :)

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  24. I had to take a minute and wipe the drool off my screen...those Persophone books are screaming my name!!!

    Enjoy them all!

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  25. I am most looking forward to Sandalwood Tree as I loved The Book of Unholy Mischief.

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  26. You always have the best mailbox photos. And good luck reviewing the Spanish book! HAHA! At least it is a kid's book!

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  27. I almost picked up the Europa book at the bookstore. I should have, that one looks great. You've got some cool books. Enjoy them all!

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  28. NICE! I love these. I've heard of a lot of them, have a few and am coveting the rest!

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  29. My daughter loves Pinkalicious, and I think its adorable. She has Purpleicious and Goldalicious too.

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  30. What a nice mailbox! I've heard good things about the Travels With Charley book, but haven't read it.

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  31. You just gotta love those mailboxes! Oh my, you need more books, you're running short!

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  32. Lots of new to me titles in your mailbox. The Sandalwood Tree seems to be everywhere. It sounds like it will be a good read. I can't wait to see some reviews for it. Enjoy!

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  33. Lots of good stuff Diane! I really enjoy Steinbeck. I also can't wait to read Elle Newmark's newest. Enjoy!

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  34. You got some great books! Pinkalicious looks soo cute! Reminds me of my niece!

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  35. I'm reading Little Boy Lost right now, well not right now, but as soon as I go up to bed, for the Persephone reading event this coming weekend. I'm looking forward to chatting with you about it...when you get it read.

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  36. Oh my gosh I absolutely loved The Group when I read it years ago and I just read The Bird House in one day this weekend because I loved it so much. I hope you love these books as much as I do!

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  37. Love that picture! I added The Group to my list awhile back -- look forward to hearing about it.

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  38. Some fabulous books! Especially the Persephones and The Group. I've recently read Cannery Row so lusting after Sweet Thursday.

    Enjoy! (Will you be reading the Whipple or the Laski this coming weekend?)

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  39. I really like that mailbox pic and the publishers have been very good to you! Enjoy!

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