Monday, August 29, 2011

Mailbox Monday

Our host for August is: Staci-Life in the Thumb
Past week's arrivals
Purchases

32 comments:

  1. Wow; I'm seriously blown away by the quality reads you received and bought this week! We'll compare notes on A Thousand Lives, I think! Enjoy them all!

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  2. Your mailbox looks great! I'm curious about Children of Paranoia...and A Thousand Lives is going on my list.

    Thanks for visiting my blog...and enjoy your books!

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  3. You're so welcome Diane, I hope you enjoy it. Glad to see you got Trick of the Light. I love her series but it's one that I think needs to be read in order. Have a wonderful week and happy reading.

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  4. A lot of great books there, and I am really intrigued by that O'Connor that you picked up. Hope that you get a lot of time to enjoy them all!

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  5. Hope you and Mr. Bib. are okay and your home is undamaged. I was thinking about you. At least you had lots of good reading to occupy you as you rode it out.

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  6. That is a LOT of books! I've heard that Model Home is great!

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  7. Another great week for reading. Most are new to me. I also have A Thousand Lives which looks like it could be intense.

    Hope everything is drying out nicely now that Irene has left and things get back to normal soon.

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  8. I've heard of Don't BReath a Word and have to say I'll be intrigued to hear your thoughts next.

    Have to say you have a great variation - that's what I love about you most :)

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  9. Wow! That is a great mailbox :)

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  10. You had a great week! I haven't read Flannery O'Connor since college, but I remember enjoying A Good Man Is Hard to Find. Glad to hear you're safe after the storm!

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  11. Can't wait to see what you think of the McMahon -- it was scary (to me). Enjoy the O'Connor!

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  12. Wonderful mailbox. Have a great reading week. Come check my mailbox!!

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

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  13. So many good titles, I don't know where to start. I really want to try Flannery O'Connor, so I'll be interested to see what you think of her work.

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  14. Haven't been here in a while. Love the look of your blog.

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  15. Great group of books, they all look like ones I'd enjoy! Thanks for the links!

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  16. Wonderful goodies this week, Diane. I am particularly interested in your purchases...the Flannery O'Connor books and the Yates book. Enjoy them all!
    Happy Reading :o)

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  17. Don't know any of the book title. but I wish you have an enjoyable read Diane!

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  18. What a great mailbox full of books! Hope you don't feel overwhelmed, I know I would be. And then I'd sit down and start reading those lovely, wonderful books! :-)

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  19. What a great mailbox full of books! Hope you don't feel overwhelmed, I know I would be. And then I'd sit down and start reading those lovely, wonderful books! :-)

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  20. I'm expecting my copy of Children of Paranoia next week. A Thousand Lives is also on my list. Happy reading!

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  21. I enjoyed your photos of books, and hope you enjoy these books.

    Diane, I'm taking a short blogging break but will return next month.

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  22. Great mailbox! There are several I've not heard of, but I'm going to check them out.

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  23. ooh. i've read don't breathe a word and really enjoyed it although the ending through me for a loop. i can't wait to see what you have to say about it! let me know once you finish reading it. hope you enjoy all of the books you received!

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  24. The only one of your new selections I'm familiar with is Leisure Seekers, which contains one of my all-time favorite lines: "I'm sorry for worrying the children. But I've spent most of my adult life worrying about them so I'm going to call it even." :)

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  25. So many great books! I have A Thousand Lives as well so I am excited to see what you think of it.

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  26. A Thousand Lives has been in quite a few mailboxes this week and looks very intriguing to me. I hope you enjoy all your new reads.

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  27. I didn't love Don't Breath a Word, the fairies were a little too much for my taste.

    You have a great bunch of books this week. I am SO ready for life to get back to a normal pace, I actually miss blogging and the blogging world. People who love talking about books.

    I'm off to read your hurricane post.

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  28. Lots of new to me titles..looking forward to your reviews. I've not read Flannery O'Connor and will be interested in your thoughts.

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  29. Another Flannary O'Connor....love her. I hope you like Don't Breathe A Word

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