Monday, March 1, 2010

Mailbox Monday on March 1st 2010

Happy March 1st to everyone will it come like a LION???

As most of you know Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page. Thank you once again Marcia for hosting this weekly event. :)
Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week (checked out library books don’t count, eBooks & audio books do). Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists.

This week in my mailbox my new books are quite diverse. Have a look!

This Book is Overdue, How Librarians and Cybrarians Can Save Us Allby, Marilyn Johnson

A Rumor of War, by Philip Caputo

The Bag Lady Papers: The Priceless Experience of Losing It All, by Alexandra Penney

Alcestis, by Katharine Beutner

All Acts of Love and Pleasure Are Her Ritualsby Rachel Adair

The Big Switch: Rewiring the World, from Edison to Googleby Nicholas Carr


serendipity_viv said...

I spy Saving CeeCee Honeycutt in your pile and not on your list. I love this book completely!

Alayne said...

Hope you enjoy all the goodies! My mailbox is at The Crowded Leaf.

Jenny Q said...

Enjoy your books! (And March has definitely come in like a lion here in Virginia! Yikes!)

Here's my Mailbox.

Passages to the Past said...

Ooohhh...I'm jealous about Aclestis! Can't wait for your review!

My mailbox is here.

Marie Cloutier said...

Nice haul. I have OVERDUE as well; it looks really fun. :-)

Holly said...

I have Alcestis on my wish list. Great mailbox and I love the black and white picture :)

Serena said...

Nice stack of books. Happy reading.

Literary Feline said...

Thanks for sharing your latest acquisitions! They all sound like they will be good.

Alice said...

Happy reading, Wisteria!

nomadreader said...

Enjoy! I read This Book Is Overdue! a few weeks ago and enjoyed it. I hope you do too.

The Bookworm said...

happy reading wisteria :)

Anna said...

Nice variety! Happy reading.

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Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Wow, what a nice collection of books!

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