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Monday, November 23, 2009

Mailbox Monday #21

Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marica at The Printed Page.

I got a few good things in my mailbox this week and each one was from a different type of source.

Arleigh let me borrow her copy of The Shadow of the Pomegranate by Jean Plaidy on audio book. Thanks Arleigh, I am just shy of 1/2 way through.

• I finally recieved one of the books I order through Amazon (from Marie's store) The Sister’s Who Would Be Queen by Leanda de Lisle. I'm very excited about this. Has anything shown up on your end yet Marie?

• After Amy told me about HerStoria Magazine, I went to their website and order the 3 back issues – Spring, Summer, Fall. I have read Spring so far, really a great magazine! Thanks Amy!

• From author Donna Russo Morin I received The Secret of the Glass for a future Historical Fiction Bloggers Round Table Event.

• And what I think is the coolest thing I got this week was a book chapter of A Tale of Two Demon Slayers by Angie Fox. She was nice enough to sign it for me too. The book will be coming out this January, so it is cool to get to read the first chapter. Watch for a giveaway of the book on this blog sometime in January.

Anything awesome in your mailbox this week?




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2 comments:

  1. Have fun with the books you got.

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  2. Lovely mailbox my dear! And so glad you got the back issues of HerStoria - I've been meaning to order them! I loved the issue I got, which was the 3rd one!

    Oh man - I want the de Lisle book soooo bad! I also got the Russo book...the cover is super pretty!

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