Monday, April 19, 2010

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page. Each week we share which new books found their way into our mailboxes. Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to toppling TBR piles and staggering book-buying bills (and I know that from experience!).

Four new books found their way into my house last week. The first to arrive was A Corner of the Universe, a signed copy for review, courtesy of the author, Rebbie Macintyre.

Next was a package from Free Book Friday containing a recent contest win, a signed copy of The Spellman's Strike Again by Lisa Lutz.

Finally, from Joy at Joan Schulhafer Publishing & Media Consulting, a package arrived containing two books. The first was On Folly Beach, an upcoming novel by author Karen White for a book tour. Since I haven't read it yet, Joy was kind enough to also include a copy of The Girl on Legare Street, also by Karen White, for review.

That was everything that arrived for me last week- which books found their way into your mailboxes last week?


  1. They all sound good. I actually have the first book you mentioned on my TBR pile.

    happy reading

  2. congrats on winning FBF! I have been entering most weeks for over a year now but no luck! I have found out about some great new books, though, so its worth it!

  3. Nice books! You're the second person I "know" who won Free Book Friday. I enter each week and hope to win someday :) Congrats!!

  4. Congrats on the free book!

  5. I enjoyed Karen White's The House On Tradd Street. I'll have to keep an eye out for On Folly Beach. Congrats on the Free Book Friday win!

  6. I absolutely love Karen White and just shared two of her books with a coworker! The Girl On Legare Street was great -- even better than The House On Tradd Street, in my humble opinion -- and I have On Folly Beach up for review, too. Can't wait to read it! Her writing style is great!

  7. I love Karen White! I received On Folly Beach, too, and I can't wait to read it. Enjoy your new books!

    Diary of an Eccentric