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Monday, May 17, 2010

Mailbox Monday #36

Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page.

I received only one book in my mailbox this week but I had a coupon to Borders for a free book if I spent $30, so of course I used it and got a couple (they really had to twist my arm, haha).

In my mailbox I received No Will But His by Sarah Hoyt from a giveaway I won at Passages to the Past. Thanks Amy!

At Borders I picked up Helen of Troy by Margaret George. I haven't read any of her works yet, but I thought this one would be interesting - I'm always looking for a good book set in Ancient times. I also got The Four Seasons by Laurel Corona. This is a book that I just recently found out about and it sounds very interesting. Another Vivaldi book to add to my TBR pile.

A decent haul. How about you?




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3 comments:

  1. You're welcome love...enjoy it!!!

    I really liked Helen of Troy by Margaret George, then again I like anything by her!

    Happy Reading Heather!

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  2. Sound like good books.
    In the mail:
    A PARISIENNE IN CHICAGO by Madame Leon Grandin from Wonders and Maervels.
    IN PURSUIT OF A SCANDALOUS LADY by Gayle Callen from Yankee Romance Reviewers.
    THE IMPOSTER by Kip Kreiling from Bookjunkie

    My notebook with all the books I'd like keeps getting more full thanks to you ladies of the Roundtable.

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  3. I learned about Vivaldi in my music class. He was quite the lover of young women, that red-headed dog! His Four Seasons is one of my most favorite pieces of music. Enjoy your books.

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