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Welcome to Mailbox Monday! Mailbox Monday are hosted by Marcia at Mailbox Monday blog.
Here are the books that made their way into my mailbox last week:
Paper Review Copies
Additions to Personal Kindle Library
Great selection. Love them all.
Oooooo….Miramont’s Ghost is calling me. :)
ENJOY all your books.
If you liked The Rosie Project, I am having a giveaway for The Rosie Project, and The Rosie Effect on my blog.
Happy Reading for 2015!!!
Elizabeth Silver’s Reviews My Mailbox Monday Elizabeth (Silver’s Reviews) recently posted..Giveaway of The Rosie Project AND The Rosie Effect by Graeme Simsion
Very interesting mailbox books! Mary recently posted..Sunday Post
What an interesting set of books–like other commenters, I am curious about the handwriting analysis one. Always a fascinating subject, and I love the cover of Miramont’s Ghost, which looks like a great spooky read.
I am curious about Hand Writing Analysis. Enjoy all of your books! Pat @ Posting For Now recently posted..Mailbox Monday: January 5, 2015
You have a nice selection. Happy Reading! Donna recently posted..eMailbox Monday
I love the cover of When My Heart Was Wicked! I hope you enjoy it along with the rest. Happy reading! Shoshanah recently posted..Mailbox Monday (103)
I saw Miramont’s Ghosts on sale last week but didn’t pick it up…I’m trying to be a little more picky this year about what I buy but like any addiction I am now wishing I had done it :). Thanks for sharing what you got! Colleen Turner recently posted..Spotlight on Bodo, the Apostate by Donald Michael Platt
Handwriting Analysis does sound interesting! I like reading those kinds of books and testing out the theories! Serena recently posted..Mailbox Monday #304
Miramont’s Ghost looks good. I read the description. They had me at “Reminiscent of Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca.” Rebecca was one of the most atmospheric books I’ve ever read.
Happy New Year :)
You have a very varied selection of books this week, however it was the Olivia Newport book which caught my eye straightaway. I love exploring new to me countries and cultures in my reading, although I do still prefer to do this through the medium of fiction writing.
Have fun, whichever book you choose to read first and have a great week.
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