4/26/10

In my Mailbox Monday: April 26


In my Mailbox Monday originates from two blogs: The Printed Page and The Story Siren. I am using it to highlight any books that come into my house the previous week, whether they are from the library, from a store, from a friend or actually in the mailbox.

This week I received three books for review and an order from Christian Book Distributors.

For review:


This Fine Life by Eva Marie Everson




Indivisible by Kristen Heitzmann





The Last Christian by David Gregory
(with an extra copy for giveaway!!)


From CBD:
A surprise fiction box with 10 books: In the Company of Secrets by Judith Miller, Home Another Way by Christa Parrish, Across the Years and A Love Woven True by Tracie Peterson, Never too Late and Angels Watching Over me by Michael Phillips, Waiting for Summer's Return by Kim Vogel Sawyer, Ulterior Motives by Mark Andrew Olsen, Wind River by Tom Morrisey, and Waiting for Daybreak by Kathryn Cushman.
I saw this and could not resist checking it out. I got some good titles too! I already have a couple of them, so they will be gifts. And a few are numbers 2 or 3 in a series, so I'll have to start looking for the rest of the series!! Overall I think this was a great assortment for a great price!!

7 comments:

  1. Well that was certainly a nice surprise! Enjoy your new books.

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  2. Looks like you got some great books to read.
    Kelly Bookend Diaries

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  3. Megan, Thanks for posting about my giveaway on Winning Readings and helping to spread the news!

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  4. You have a lot of nice books to read. I love Tracie Peterson's books. This Fine Life looks really interesting too.

    I hope you enjoy your books!

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  5. This Fine Life looks good. I love surprise boxes like that! You really got a nice assortment of books in that box! Enjoy them all!

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  6. Could you recommend a good christian book? I'm a stay at home mom and need a good, no wonderful! book to read next!

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  7. Alexis--my favorite book(s) of all time are the Mark of the Lion Trilogy by Francine Rivers.

    What do you like--romance, chick-lit, suspense, historical, contemporary?
    I'll give you recommendations in each genre if you like!!

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