2/28/10

In my Mailbox Monday...



This is my first Mailbox Monday...what a fun idea! I have seen these posts all over, but I believe the 2 originators are Marcia at The Printed Page for Mailbox Monday and Kristi at The Story Siren for In the Mailbox. I included both hosts because most of these are books I purchased myself. I received 4 books in the mail this week and purchased another four at Ollies!!
The books I purchased (all for $4 or less!!) are:
  • Jacob's Way by Gilbert Morris,
  • When Crickets Cry by Charles Martin,
  • Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall, Denver Moore & Lynn Vincent,
  • Unseen by T.L. Hines


The books I received in the mail include Love finds you in Snowball, Arkansas by Sandra D. Bricker, which I won in a giveaway that she hosted on her blog. Thanks so much Sandra!

And as I've mentioned in an earlier post I ordered the entire Daughters of Boston series by Julie Lessman, and they arrived this week! I am so looking forward to these books, which include A Passion Most Pure, A Passion Redeemed and A Passion Denied! I have read wonderful things about them, and because I have "met" Julie here in the blog world (see previous link), they will mean so much more!

7 comments:

  1. Awesome books! Same Kind of Different as Me was really good - I read it because it took place in my city and it's such a beautiful novel.

    Here's what I got this week: http://bookielaura.blogspot.com/2010/02/in-my-mailbox-2-28-10.html

    Have an awesome booktastic Monday! :D
    The Bookie Bunch

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  2. Good morning, Megan!! Looks like some pretty good reading in store for you. I love Gilbert Morris and have been wanting to get a hold of Love Finds You in Snowball, Ark. for a while now, so I am jealous! And well, I also heard that the Daughters of Boston series is a pretty passionate read ... uh, spiritually, of course, as well as romantically! :)

    Have a blessed week ... and happy reading!

    Hugs,
    Julie

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  3. Enjoy your books! I became a follower!

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  5. "Same Kind of Different as Me" is such a touching story. While there were times I couldn't stop tthe tears, this is such an uplifting story. It tugs at my conscience to look at others with a different heart. We are all "the same kind of different as me".

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