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Monday, September 28, 2009

Mailbox Monday #14

Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page. Here we post what wonderful things arrived in our mailbox this past week.

This week was a little slower than the past few weeks - but that isn't entirely a bad thing...I have several books to still read for review from the past few Mailbox Mondays. But as always, I am still jealous of the amazing mailboxes some of you have gotten.

So here is what I got this week.

Book for review from author:

Royal Harlot by Susan Holloway Scott
Back about a month or so ago - during the week where I posted about the women of Charles II, Susan contacted me and asked if I would be interested in reviewing a book of hers because of my interest in the women of Charles II. I had just the day before bought The Kings Favorite and The French Mistress, so Royal Harlot rounded out my set. Thank you Susan!

Books from Paperbackswap.com:

The Favored Child by Philippa Gregory
The Hidden Diary of Marie Antoinette by Carolly Erickson
A Lady Raised High by Laurien Gardner

Did anything good come in your mailbox?

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  1. Isn't Susan fabulous?! I did an interview with her and it was one of my favorites...she's really nice and her books are awesome! Do you have Duchess?

    This week I received Diane Haeger's new one, The Queen's Mistake. I'll also have 2 copies to giveaway, so stay tuned =)

    The Wideacre Trilogy by Gregory is one series that I really enjoyed...it's been a while since I've read them, so I think I'll have to read them again. Now to figure out how to find more hours in the day for all this reading I want to do!

  2. I enjoyed Susan Holloway Scott's books as well. I have read Royal Harlot and The French Mistress, just need to read the other one now!

  3. I read Books 1 and 2 of the Wideacre trilogy. Whoa is all I can say. Good but will blow your socks off. Very cool that Holloway contacted you :) You must have been giddy with excitement.


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