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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Mailbox Monday #154


Welcome to another delayed edition of Mailbox Monday (on Thursday).  I have several things to share with you today.


  • Mrs. Poe by Lynn Cullen (received audio download from publisher) – I have read one and have another of Cullen’s books on my shelf to read.  Poe has always intrigued me, and the story of his wife even more so.  Interested in checking this one out.
  • Shakespeare’s Restless World by Neil MacGregor (received from publisher) – I have been seeing a trend lately in terms of non-fiction books that look at the actual world the regular people lived in, rather than the royals.  This takes on Shakespeare’s time.
  • Girl on the Golden Coin by Marci Jefferson (downloaded from Netflix via publisher) – I have been waiting to see this one come to life for a little while.  I met Marci at the HNS Conference in San Diego a few years ago, and she was just delightful.  I can’t wait to learn about Frances Stuart.
  • Anvil of God by L. Boyce Gleason (received from publisher) – I am partaking in the HFBRT tour with an interview of the author, and this is prep material.  Love the idea of the Carolingian time period.
  • Stillwater by Nicole Helget (received from the publisher) – Underground Railroad, Civil War, frontier town Minnesota – interesting premise.  Simply, had to have it!

How about your mailbox?

Mailbox Monday is on a monthly blog tour and for the month of October it is being hosted by Book Dragon’s Lair.


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