Monday, March 25, 2013

Mailbox Monday - March 25th


Get any new books last week?  Share your latest acquisitions with other blog readers by joining in on Mailbox Monday. The host for March is Caitlin at Chaotic Compendiums.

These are some of my latest acquisitions:



 (3) by Japanese authors
(from a book sale)

19 comments:

  1. Can't wait to hear about Oh Dear Sylvia. Have a good week, Diane.

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  2. I could use the advice from The Art of Thinking Clearly on some days! Enjoy your new books.

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  3. What a great way to start the week! Now that I've discovered Murakami, I've got my eye out for other Japanese authors as well. I'm looking forward to hear what you think of these ones.

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  4. I'm with Laura! The Art of Thinking Clearly is very appealing to me. Happy reading, Diane!

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  5. I'm sure I could use some instruction on how to think clearly and Oh Dear Silvia has an interesting premise. The Japanese authors are all new to me so I'll be watching for those reviews.

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  6. Love the look of The Perfume Collector! All of these look good to me! Happy Reading!

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  7. Great looking books, Diane! I love Japanese authors, but don't know these books. The Art of Thinking Clearly sounds fun and maybe in line with the book I recently read, Predictably Irrational.

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  8. The Perfume Collector and Oh Dear Sylvia sound good. Lookd forward to your thoughts.

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  9. I think The Art of Thinking Clearly is going to be quite popular!

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  10. The Perfume collector caught my eye! I am not familiar with the other titles.

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  11. The Art of Thinking Clearly sounds like a book I need to read!

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  12. Looking forward to comparing notes with you on The Perfume Collector and Dear Sylvia!

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  13. The Perfume Collector has me very curious. I could see myself collecting them too!! Enjoy your reads!

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  15. Oh wow a new Dawn French book, I now have something for my daughter's birthday. All the books look amazing.

    I had 5 books come in the mail this week and a new pair of Crocs! I don't know which I am more excited about. THE FAULT IN OUR STARS by John Green was an Easter gift from one daughter and it makes me want to dive right in.
    THE LEMON TREE by Sandy Tolan is for our July Book group. I just passed on my copy of Barbara Kingslover's newest book to my other book group - FLIGHT BEHAVIOR

    I treated myself to HE,SHE, IT by Marge Piercy for a re-read of a book which keeps coming to mind

    This was fun and it is always, always fun to talk about books!

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  16. I love the three Japanese books, none of which I've heard of or read. Perhaps you'll join the Japanese Literature Challenge 7 when it begins this June? If not, I'm still thankful you introduced me to these titles. xo

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  17. I love the cover of the perfume collector!

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  18. Looks like you have some good reading ahead of you! Enjoy!

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