Sunday, November 23, 2008

Mailbox Monday

I love participating in Mailbox Monday - it is so much fun to see what everyone is getting in the mail. A special thank you to everyone who stops by my mailbox and visits and/or leaves a comment - I LOVE hearing from people, and would love it if you left comments with links to your reviews of these books!

Thanks for taking the time to visit!

Here are the books that came into my house last week:

The Adventures of Songha by Linda R. Caterine - Children's Book

Hannah Grace ARC by Sharlene MacLaren - Christian Fiction (WildCard Tour)

Hitler and Mars Bars by Dianne Ascroft - Historical Fiction

Just One of the Guys by Kristan Higgins - Romance

The Lost City of Z ARC by David Grann - Mystery / Adventure

Marketplace Memos by David Shibley and Jonathan Shibley - Non-Fiction / Christian Living / Professional Growth (WildCard Tour)

The Mighty Queens of Freeville ARC by Amy Dickinson - Memoir

Mom's Needs Dad's Needs by Willard F. Harley Jr. - Non-Fiction / Love and Marriage - I won this from Ashley over at Putting God First Place - Thanks Ashley!!

The Power of a Praying Wife by Stormie Omartian - Non-Fiction / Christian Living / Prayer - I won this book from Nise over at Thus Far The Lord Has Helped Me! Thank you Nise!!

Pray Big for Your Marriage by Will Davis Jr. - Non-Fiction / Christian Living / Prayer

Safe in the Shepherd's Arms by Max Lucado - Non-Fiction / Christian Living / Inspiration - I won this book from Nise over at Thus Far The Lord Has Helped Me! Thank you Nise!!

Santa Responds by Santa Claus (YES - I even checked Amazon and B&N - the author IS listed as Santa Claus!!) - Comedy / Parody

What Does God Want Me to Do? by Clem Boyd - Non-Fiction / Christian Living



What was in your mailbox last week??

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14 Comments:

bermudaonion said...

I'm glad to see my mailbox wasn't the only one busting at the seams. That's quite a haul, you got.

gautami tripathy said...

My mailbox is never filled like this. Still I managed to get 4!

Here is my Mailbox

Shana said...

Wendi - Wow, a ton of books! Good for you and good luck getting them all read!

Literarily

Michele at Reader's Respite said...

That is such an eclectic mix that I just had to laugh out loud! Hope you enjoy reading all of them. :)

Luanne said...

Oh I've got to laugh - I just came from Bermudaonion's blog and I thought her TBR pile was amazing. I think you can join her Wendi!
I got the Lost City of Z this week.

Shooting Stars Mag said...

Nice books you got there! I saw the Santa Responds one over the weekend...it looks hilarious!

-Lauren

Cathy said...

Looks as though several of us are going to be reading about The Lost City of Z!

Callista said...

I got the Songha book too. I can't believe how many books you got! My box is here

Alyce said...

That's amazing! You got a lot of books this week! The only time I've got this many in one week was when I won a large hachette giveaway.

Sharlene MacLaren said...

Ahhh, I just spotted my book, Hannah Grace, in your TBR pile!

How in the world do you read all those books?

Since I started writing, the only thing I have time to read is my BIBLE! I miss reading other things, but right now I'm up against deadlines. I'll get back to reading after crunch time, though.

God bless!

Hugs,
Shar

Red lady-Bonnie said...

Wendi-You had an amazing week at your mailbox!! I got The Mighty Queens of Freeville also. Looking forward to your reviews!

tanabata said...

You had a good week! Happy Reading! :)

Anna said...

Wow! That's a lot of books! I also have Songha and Hitler and Mars Bars. Happy Reading!

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

printedpage.us said...

Thank you for stopping by the 'mailbox' this week. I see we got a couple of the same books: 'The Lost City of of Z' and 'The Mighty Queens of Freeville'.

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