Monday, November 12, 2012

Mailbox Monday - November 12th


This month's Mailbox Monday is being hosted by Kathy-Bermudaonion



30 comments:

  1. The book about Thoreau gives me hope. I have a handout for my college students that lists information and I ask them if the information is common knowledge or if they'd have to cite it. Thoreau is on there and most of them have never heard of him. I tell them it's a generational difference. I think most people my age read Thoreau in school.

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  2. Nice mailbox, Diane. The Sendak Nutcracker has been a favorite in my house for years!

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  3. Nice mix of books! Nutcracker puts me in the mood for Christmas. Enjoy! Here’s my Mailbox Post.

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  4. Nice mix....ENJOY all your new reads!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    http://silversolara.blogspot.com/2012/11/mailbox-monday-11122012.html

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  5. Believe it or not, I've never read a Nelson DeMille book. I keep saying I will but maybe if I had one of his audio books it would be easier. Enjoy your new titles!

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  6. Great mailbox...now I'm wanting to start thinking of Christmas! And the James Patterson book looks kind of good. Enjoy!

    Here's MY MONDAY MEMES POST

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  7. Enjoy all your new books. A Christmas Home looks interesting. I love reading xmas books around the holidays.

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  8. Nice selection, they all appeal to me! I'd love to spend a day with Thoreau on Walden Pond. :)

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  9. As a dog lover I would love to read A Christmas Home!

    Enjoy all your new reads!

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  10. You got some great titles there, and I am excited for you! I hope that you enjoy them, and I look forward to hearing what you think about all of them!

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  11. My brother loves the James Patterson books - I have to let him know there is a new one out!

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  12. Nice diversity, Diane. Enjoy your new reads. Looking forward to your thoughts on DeMille's latest.

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  13. Somehow it seems too early for Christmas books for me. Then I look at the calendar and panic. ;-)

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  14. Cool mailbox! I am giving away a copy of A Christmas Home tomorrow!

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  15. Great stack of books! I am going to look for the Nutcracker book for my permanent shelf. And all the rest have been added to my list as well.

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  16. Some nice Christmas reading.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/11/mailbox-monday_12.html

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  17. I am a sucker for a book with a dog on the cover and labs are my favorite! ;o).

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  18. Enjoy your holiday reads! I've been in the mood to read some myself. Yay for audiobooks too!

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  19. I received The Nutcracker, too - it's a family tradition!

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  20. Enjoy your books! I'm really intrigued by the one about Thoreau. I've always wondered what it would be like to get away from all of the distractions and go to a place like Walden Pond.

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  21. Lovely books! Nutcracker is beautiful, and I am especially interested in the Thoreau book. Great selections, Diane!

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  22. Looks like some nice grandkid books there!! Enjoy them!

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  23. Fun books! Nelson DeMille is one of the few thriller authors whose writing I really enjoy.

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  24. Hey, I got the Greg Kincaid and The Nutcracker too! They both look like great books. You received a bunch of good ones. Enjoy them!

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  25. I had a chance to go to Walden Pond a couple years ago. It was such a peaceful place!

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  26. So glad I found you via our cat friend Brian. We received two from Crown and currently doing the A Home for Christmas giveaway.

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  27. I finished Nutcracker yesterday, and I loved it. It wasn't a story I had ever read before, and I'm kicking myself for that lack of foresight. I'm getting ready to start on A Christmas Home, so here's hoping we both like it. Hope you are having a great week.

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  28. I'd be curious to hear who they picked to narrate The Panther! They'd have to get someone who fits my idea of John Corey -- I'd know if I heard it. I should go check out a sample on Audible to hear it!

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  29. I received The Nutcracker too. It's a beautiful book isn't it?

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