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Monday, November 16, 2009

Mailbox Monday #20

Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page.

My mailbox was small this week - but as I am trying to not buy any new books and read my own, this might be a good thing.

From PaperBackSwap:
Leonardo’s Swans – Karen Essex
The Passion of Artemisia – Susan Vreeland

From Carnevale Publishing for Review:
The Harlot’s Progress: Yorkshire Molly – Peter Mottley

I still expect to get some exciting books every now and again for Historical Fiction Bloggers Round Table events - there are going to be a lot of exciting events coming up starting in January with O, Juliet by Robin Maxwell. Keep on the lookout for further announcements!

Did you receive anything exciting this week in your mailbox?




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4 comments:

  1. I like the look of both Leonardo's Swans and the Passion of Artemisia.

    Enjoy your books.

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  2. Not really, but that's a good thing. I need to catch up :)
    Nice box for you though, so enjoy.

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  3. I hope you enjoy Leonardo's Swans and the Passion of Artemisia as much as I did!

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  4. Great mailbox! I also received The Harlot's Progress this past week!

    Leonardo's Swans is waiting for me on my shelf - look forward to hearing your thoughts on it Heather!

    Amy

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