Monday, May 4, 2009

Mailbox Monday

Many thanks to Marcia at The Printed Page for hosting Mailbox Monday every week!

It is so much fun to see what everyone is getting in the mail.

Thanks for taking the time to visit ~ I just love hearing from you! Please let me know if you have read any of these books - I'd love to hear how you liked them!! :)

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

From Sourcebooks for upcoming scheduled reviews:

The Corinthian by Georgette Heyer - Fiction / Regency Romance

Darcy and Anne ARC by Judith Brocklehurst - Fiction

Loving Mr. Darcy ARC by Sharon Lathan - Fiction

The Plight of the Darcy Brothers ARC by Marsha Altman

Lady Anne and the Ghost's Revenge ARC by Donna Lea Simpson - Fiction

To Tempt the Wolf ARC by Terry Spear - Fiction

Other books:

The Marriage Bureau for Rich People ARC by Farahad Zama - Fiction

Ruby Unscripted by Cindy Martinusen-Coloma - Fiction / Teen fiction / Christian - Received from the publisher for an upcoming WildCard Tour

Angel's Advocate ARC by Mary Stanton - Fiction / Mystery - Received from the publisher for an upcoming blog tour with Omnimystery.



What was in your mailbox last week??

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24 Comments:

Ashley said...

I love this idea! I signed up for the Marriage Bureau for Rich People and I'm excited to receive that!

bermudaonion said...

You had a great week! I can't wait to read your reviews.

Blodeuedd said...

A P&P sequel :D
have fun reading

Missy said...

I haven't read any of those, but it looks like you have a good stack! Enjoy them!

Julie P. said...

Great bunch of books! I have a few Heyer books to read too!

Kaye said...

You certainly got a good selection.
Enjoy!

Scrap girl said...

the Marriage Bureau for Rich People is fabulous. I hope you enjoy it, if you are receiving it as an ARC I take it that it has not been released where you are. Thanks for stopping by my place

Kristen said...

I need to get an in with Sourcebooks! I love P&P books and Georgette Heyer too. I hope I remembered to request Marriage Bureau for Rich People since it sounds simply marvelous: India and Austen-like?! How could it go wrong?

Serena said...

That was an excellent week in books. happy reading!

Marie Burton said...

Thanks for stopping by my mailbox..
You got a lot of good ones from Sourcebooks, I didn't want to jump in the middle of some of those Austen sequels, they are already in a series! I still have to read anything by Jane Austen.. The horror!

Belle said...

What a great week you had! I see you'll be deep in Austen-land soon :)

Nicole said...

I got a few from Sourcebooks a few weeks back. We totally picked different ones. I'll be curious to see what you think of the batch you got.

Amy @ Passages to the Past said...

Wow...great haul! I look forward to your review on the Heyer book, I love her! Happy Reading!

Wendy said...

Looks like you'll be getting your Austin fix this week :)

Staci said...

I sensed a little bit of an Austen theme going on there!! You got soem great books there!!

Mary said...

Oh, my! So many Darcys!!! Enjoy : )

Gwendolyn B. said...

That's a nice selection of titles! Enjoy!

Nise' said...

Will be looking forward to your thoughts on the "Austen" themed books. I just finished Cassandra and Jane.

Kim said...

You always have such interesting books in your mailbox!
*smiles*
Kim

Yvonne said...

You had a great week! Enjoy!

susan said...

Thanks for the link/icon, Wendi!

Looks like a very good week. Our reading tastes are so different and that's one of the pluses to participate in memes: you can easily find books out of your comfort zone. My tbr is huge right now but when I'm looking for books for our readers, coming here is a great resource. Thanks.

Janel said...

Lots of Pride and Prejudice spin-offs. Have fun, all of the books look great!

avisannschild said...

As usual, you've gotten lots of interesting-looking books! I'm particularly curious about The Marriage Bureau for Rich People. Happy reading!

Anna said...

Those look like some great books. I'm looking forward to your thoughts on the Austen sequels.

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

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