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Monday, December 3, 2012

Mailbox Monday #127

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Here we are at another Monday – and boy do I have a bunch of books to tell you about!  I went a little crazy on Netgalley and buying Kindle books…

Requested from Netgalley I received:

Do you notice a trend?  I also requested Houses of the Presidents by Hugh Howard (NF) by they haven’t responded yet.  Christmas at the White House I have been going through over the last couple of days – it has some beautiful pictures of White House Christmases of the past – very seasonal.  I’m most excited to read Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker tho!  At least they will  fall under my perpetual President and First Lady challenge.

Purchased for my Kindle I received:

I’m not a huge Historical Romance fan but after hosting interviews recently with both of these authors I am intrigued by their books.

I also received a couple of books for review:

  • Lincoln by David Herbert Donald (received from Simon & Schuster Audio)
  • A Thousand Lives by Julia Scheeres (received from Simon & Schuster)

I started the Lincoln book last week and it is a different sort of view on the man – whose backstory I found I didn’t actually know too much about either.

So that it for me (and it is certainly enough)!  What came for you this week?

Mailbox Monday is on a monthly blog tour and for the month of December it is being hosted by Suko’s Notebook.

 

Copyright © 2012 by The Maiden’s Court

5 comments:

  1. I received Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker a couple of weeks ago myself. It sounds like it will be a good one.

    I hope you enjoy all your new books.

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  2. I've been meaning to read a Susanna Fraser book so I hope you enjoy those (along with the rest of your new books). Have a great week!

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  3. Your books sound very interesting! Enjoy!

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  4. VERY nice collection of historical fiction....love them.

    Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker is extremely interesting to me.

    ENJOY all your books.

    My Mailbox Monday link is below....hope you can stop by to also see my review of THE SECRET KEEPER

    AND

    A review and E-book giveaway of MURDER TAKES TIME

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

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  5. Enjoy your new books! I like your MM photo!! :)

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