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Monday, March 16, 2015

Mailbox Monday #186


It's Monday, and I am actually posting my mailbox on a Monday!!! How about that for a change! Just a short and sweet mailbox this week - also a change.

lion and the rosesentinels of andersonvillethe forgotten seamstressThe Midnight Rose

All of these were purchased this week (and I remember purchasing 3 of them...):

  • The Lion and the Rose by Kate Quinn - this is the only Quinn book that I didn't have in any form.  At the same time I ordered this one, I order paperback copies of Quinn's Lady of the Eternal City (because the ARC copy is driving me crazy trying to read it, each line is numbered) and also C.W. Gortner's The Tudor Vendetta.  Quinn and Gortner are two of the few author's who I feel compelled to have all of their books in physical paper copies on my shelves, the e-books just weren't cutting it!
  • The Sentinels of Andersonville by Tracy Groot - Kindle freebie that I picked up a couple days ago.  Don't know too much about it - but it was free and about the Civil War, so I picked it up.
  • The Forgotten Seamstress by Liz Trenow - a WWI book/time-switch novel that had apparently been on my wishlist for quite some time and went on significant sale this past week.
  • The Midnight Rose by Lucinda Riley - I honestly don't remember buying this one but apparently it is on my Kindle...I think it is a bad thing when you don't even remember buying something a week ago...Sounds like a pretty interesting book though!

What did you get in your mailbox this week?


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  1. The Riley book is the one I would love to read. Enjoy them all.

    1. It does sound fascinating - looking forward to reading it.


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