Mailbox Monday is a chance for book lovers everywhere to shout out all of the new books that they've recently acquired. Dolce Bellezza, one of my favorite bloggers, is hosting for the month of June. Feel free to join in the fun.
(4) new ones last week....by mail....the eBooks don't count right....or is it also eMailbox Monday as well?
- Marilyn's Red Diary; Freidel (unsolicited)
- Jack 1939; Francine Matthews (paperback swap)
- The Translator; Nina Schuyler (Pegasus)
- Sleepover Larry; Daniel Pinkwater (Amazon Vine)
We're in New Hampshire for a few days having some fun, so I'll be unplugged and will be back visiting blogs in a few days. Have a great weekend everyone.
Have a wonderful time visiting that pretty place!ReplyDelete
The Translator looks very interesting.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great time in NH!
You have a couple of interesting looking books. Of course, ebooks count. If they didn't I'd rarely have any to share. I always wonder how most other bloggers get such interesting titles.ReplyDelete
I have always wanted to visit NH. Have a great time.
Enjoy your time away!ReplyDelete
Ebooks only count if you want them to! lol Enjoy your trip!ReplyDelete
Oh, enjoy your unplugged time! Sounds lovely...and I'm curious about Marilyn's Red Diary.ReplyDelete
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I need to get my hands on Marilyn's Red Diary! Enjoy :)ReplyDelete
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Hey I agree that The Translator looks interesting. I want to read that one too!! After reading everyone's blog I am getting a bad case of book envy. LOL. I already have about 70 books on the to read list and it keeps growing!!ReplyDelete
These are all new to me, but Jack 1939 looks like the one that would most interest me.ReplyDelete
You know I'll want to hear about Jack 1939. I came to visit a day late for Saturday Snapshot, but you've jumped ahead to Monday. Now I'm even farther behind.ReplyDelete
HOpe you're having a wonderful time away, Diane. Can't wait to hear more about Jack 1939.ReplyDelete
The cover of the translator has me very intrigued. Nice mailbox, Diane.ReplyDelete
As always your mailbox looks incredible! Enjoy your time away!ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time away! Did you take one of these books with you? Can't wait to hear more about them.ReplyDelete
Have a great time in NH!ReplyDelete
Marilyn never ceases to interest me. I think she is fascinating as well as beautiful, and she has a style which cannot be taught. I think she's got a natural charm and vulnerability. Thanks for the heads up.ReplyDelete
Looking forward to your thoughts on the Marilyn book and hope you have a wonderful break.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous picture of New Hampshire, hope you have a wonderful time. Ebooks only count if you want them to...egalleys are hard to resist!ReplyDelete
Very nice selection, Diane! I hope you enjoy your break.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your time in New Hampshire. That photo is so pretty! Most of my review books come via egalley these days. Saves book shelf space anyway! Happy reading :)ReplyDelete
Enjoy your holiday and happy reading!ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great trip.ReplyDelete
These ALL look good. ENJOY!!ReplyDelete
Also...enjoy your time away. Hope the weather is good.
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Great books! Sleepover Larry looks especially fun. Have a wonderful time in New Hampshire. It's beautiful!ReplyDelete
Jack 1939 sounds really good. Hope you had a fun few days away.ReplyDelete
Have a great vacation, Diane!ReplyDelete