Mailbox Monday was created by Marcia at The Printed Page but is currently on tour. For the month of October it will be hosted by Avis at She Reads and Reads. Mailbox Monday has lead to my overwhelming pile of books at home to read and those that I wish to get my hands on.
This week my TBReviewed Pile climbed in number. Everything that I received this week was from a publisher for reveiw and one was even a surprise.
From Harper Collins I received both The King's Daughter by Christie Dickason and The Princess of Nowhere by Lorenzo Borghese.
From publicist Kelly and Hall I received an intriguing novel, Blood and Silk by Carol McKay. This is a Biblical fiction about Jesus and Mary of Magdalene. I think this could be very interesting.
My surprise in the mail was The Darling Strumpet by Gillian Bagwell. I am pretty sure I wasn't offered this one, but I was really excited to get it and it looks to be a great read.
Did any awesome books arive in your mailbox this week? I'm kinda hoping that this week will be a little slower.
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