Monday, July 14, 2008

Mailbox Monday



There's nothing better than venturing out to your mailbox and finding books! We all love books especially those we've won through a giveaway or requested as an ARC. I won't have books to list every Monday but that doesn't mean that one of you hasn't gotten some little gem in the last week.

I know there are plenty of book events we participate in throughout the week but Monday was looking lonely and because Mondays seem to be the most dreaded day of the week I wanted to bring some fun to the start of our week.

So if you've gotten some book love from the postal service, UPS, Fed Ex, Amazon or wherever in the last week let everyone know. For right now you can post a comment with either a link to your blog and just leave the book titles. I'll be investigating Mr. Linky for upcoming posts.

Take care,
Marcia

P.S. feel free to use/copy/link the mailbox picture

9 Comments:

Alessandra said...

In the last week I received in the mail "The Sweetgum Knit Lit Society" from a giveaway that I had won, and "Ciao tu" as a birthday present. Both books are really lovely!

The printed page said...

Hi Alessandra ~
Thanks for stopping by Monday Mailbox. "The Sweetgum Knit Lit Society" sounds interesting. I'll have to stop by Amazon and check it out.

Susan L said...

Great idea for a new weekly event. My post is here:

http://susanlovestoread.blogspot.com

The printed page said...

Hi Susan ~
So far you've won the book lottery for last week with 8! My Monday Mailbox is jealous.

Kathleen said...

Got two ARCs today :) "So Long at the Fair" and "Beat the Reaper".

The printed page said...

Hi Kathleen ~ I was just sure that your ARC Beat The Reaper was going to be a horror story. I was wrong but it looked good so I added it to my overloaded Amazon wishlist.

Kathleen said...

Lol I know, the title certainly makes it sound that way :)

Intergalactic Bookworm said...

This sounds interesting, but I do not belong to any Advanced Readers's Copy groups/lists. Can this be books that you found interesting at the library and comment on those? Thanks, Judy (Intergalactic Bookworm)

Jodie said...

This week I got The Bullet Trick by Louise Welch (sitting in my bag waiting for my lunch hour right now), Water for Elephants by Sarh Gruen and The Resurrectionist by James Bradley. Reason - I overpaid my bookclub bill and ended up in credit when they were having a sale.

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