Monday, September 19, 2011

Mailbox Monday


In September, Mailbox Monday is hosted by: Amused By Books. Bloggers get to share the books that arrived by mail during the previous week. Here's my new book's, can't wait to see yours!


34 comments:

  1. Very nice! Enjoy the new Philippa Gregory :)

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  2. I'm planning to read THe Lady of the Rivers this week or next week. I enjoy Gregory and this one looks refreshing.

    Lisa (Lit and Life) adores The Coffins book, I hope it's good!

    Have a wonderful day!

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  3. Your first and last books are new to me! looks good as well. Have a good week.

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  4. I have heard of The Lady of the Rivers, and it looks good! The others look intriguing, too, especially Angelina's Bachelors.

    Hope you enjoy them all...and thanks for visiting my blog today.

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  5. WONderful mailbox! The Coffins of Little Hope is on my wishlist and I have an eGalley of Lady of the Rivers (that I need to get to very soon!) Enjoy them all!

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  6. I really want to read Lady of the Rivers- hope you enjoy it!

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  7. Lady of the Rivers should be an excellent read. Have a wonderful week, Diane, and happy reading. BTW, I loved Maine! It was so much fun to see all the places I knew in the story. Thank you again for the book.

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  8. These all look new to me. Hope you enjoy them!

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  9. I have Lady of the Rivers and I can't wait to read it. Love Philippa Gregory! Happy reading.

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  10. I really like the cover of the 3rd book :)

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  11. The only one I've heard of is the P. Gregory book, but I haven't read any of these yet. They all look great!

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  12. These look like some great books...enjoy!

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  13. Some new titles for me to check out. The Coffins of Little Hope sounds like a fun read.

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  14. 'Coffins of Little Hope' What an interesting title!

    http://peggyannspost.blogspot.com/2011/09/sheila-over-at-book-journey-host-this.html

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  15. The Coffins of Little Hope and Angelina's Bachelors are both new to me and have piqued my curiosity. I'll have to check them out!

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  16. I love the title of the coffins one!

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  17. I love the title of the coffins one!

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  18. I've got a couple of these as well. Hope yu enjoy them!

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  19. I am not familiar with any of these books so I look forward to hearing more about all three of them!

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  20. The Lady of The Rivers sounds great to me, enjoy! your mailbox.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/09/maillbox-monday.html

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  21. I haven't heard of these either, thanks for sharing your haul!

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  22. I very much enjoyed reading The Coffins of Little Hope! It is quirky!

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  23. So going to have to compare notes on Lady of the River ;)

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  24. Great books! I want to read The Coffins of Little Hope, too...I hope you enjoy it!

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  25. i've heard so many great things about gregory, but i've never read her books before. hope you enjoy these books!

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  26. Great mailbox! Enjoy your books!

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  27. I'm curious about the Philippa Gregory book. Have a good week, Diane!

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  28. Love your blog, so I'm putting it on my journal at LJ. We're friends from way back, and I love the photo you use for your heading.

    I got Elizabeth Berg's newest book today in the mail. I think I need to check out that website!

    Your coffins book and Gregory, and O'Reilly books sound great!

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  29. Nice stash. I hadn't heard of any of them. The Lady in the Rivers looks interesting. Will have to check back for your review.

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  30. Judgingmby the covers alone I'm loving these that arrived for you! Enjoy!

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  31. I really enjoyed Coffins of Little Hope, and think you will too. I hope to start the Gregory book soon!

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