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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Sunday Post and Mailbox Monday: The Spoiled Edition

Sunday Post is a new meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.

Mailbox Monday is a gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week and explore great book blogs. Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists.  It's being hosted by Cindy's Love of Books this month.

Okay, guys, I'm trying out two new memes to show you what I got in my mailbox this week. I don't know where I'll eventually land so bear with me! This week was a very, very good week for me!







This one was signed!

This one was signed. Woot!












Thank you to all of the authors, publishers, publicists and book tours!!!

And also, I won one book this week from the lovely Lucy of Enchanted by Josephine (signed and everything):


So yes, a huge week for me. What did you get in your mailbox?

36 comments:

  1. I have In Leahs Wake actually I have two copies! and I can't wait to read them because I've heard so many great things about it! Here's my IMM!

    http://paigebradish1996.blogspot.com/2012/04/in-my-mailbox-32.html

    ~Paige @ Comfort Books

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    1. I'm really hoping that I get to In Leah's Wake soon!

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  2. The Divorce of Henry VIII definitely looks like something I would read! Believe it or not, I got nothing new this week! So I have time to let the dust settle after all the upheaval of last week.

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    1. I think these are two solid memes. I may do both for awhile!

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  3. wow..what a beautiful haul...and i love some of the covers. I am curious about the Homecoming of Samuel Lake. Thanks for trying my meme too ;)

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    1. I'm really excited for The Homecoming of Samuel Lake. I've heard a lot of good things about it.

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  4. Wow, this is a huge haul! And A Fair Concubine looks amazing! Considering my own heritage, I should probably start to read novels with Asian protagonists! *grin*

    Patricia // My Week in Review

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    1. I really, really like Jeannie Lin's writing and definitely suggest her. I love historical fiction and am starting to like historical romance (her genre) more and more. It's hard to find books about Asia in those genres so I'm always way excited when I do!

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  5. I, too, am trying out the Sunday Post. I like giving my readers a little insight into my life and into what's been happening on the blog.

    I love that you read such a wide variety of books! Great blog!

    Jessica @ Tales Between the Pages

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    1. I've met very few books that I won't at least try. I'm just not that big on mystery, horror, or thrillers. Anything else is fair game ;)

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  6. Looks like you had a yummy week!!

    Thanks for sharing,
    Dani
    http://paulettespapers.com/?p=1992

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  7. There's several of these that I'd just love to read. But I think My Fair Concubine and The Innocents jump out at me the most.

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    1. I think the author of The Innocents may be a debut author (not 100% on that though). I've read other things by Jeannie Lin and really, really enjoyed them. I totally recommend her!

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  8. I have been seeing a few of those titles on other blogs this month. You got a great selection of titles this week. Enjoy.

    I just wanted to thank you for stopping by and linking your IMM. I had so much fun checking out what you got and discovering a new blogger.

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    1. Yes! I'm so excited for all my new books. Now I just need to find the time to read them!

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  9. Fabulous mailbox! I'm very intrigued by Ninepins...

    Enjoy your books!
    My Mailbox Post

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    1. I read Tapestry of Love by Rosy Thornton last year and loved it. I have good feelings about Ninepins!

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  10. Meg, you hit the jackpot last week -- unbelievable. Hope they all are winners. Loved State of Wonder and Homecoming of Samuel Lake. enjoy

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    1. I've been waiting to read State of Wonder for a really long time so I jumped at the chance to be on a blog tour for that book. I only learned of The Homecoming of Samuel Lake recently.

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  11. Great mailbox. I got The Innocents myself looks like such a pretty book.

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    1. Yes! It looks really good. I hope we both enjoy it :)

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  12. You had an amazing week! I've heard Ten Girls to Watch is fantastic!

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    1. I've heard really good things too. I'm hoping to get to it when I go on vacation next week!

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  13. So many lovely covers! The Innocence and The Homecoming of Samuel Lake looks great!

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  14. Such pretty covers- so great that some are signed too. Looks like you are in for some good reading. Enjoy!

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    1. I love signed books! It makes them just that much more special!

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  15. A very impressive mailbox, enjoy!

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/04/mailbox-monday_30.html

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  16. Whoa Nelly that's a lot of books! I recently received The Innocents too - I hope it's a good one :)

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  17. I'm glad the book got there! And I hope you enjoy it.

    Best,
    Diana Haig

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