Mailbox Monday is a meme which is being sponsored by I'm Booking it for the month of March.
Please visit the links and you will be so pleasantly surprised by not only the books and authors you will get to know through fellow bloggers but the lovely blogs out there as well. The meme deals with books which came into your house either through purchase, library a gift or a win. Mine are all purchases from my second hand bookstore.
The blurb says three strangers are thrown together by chance! that was enough for me.
One of my all time favourite authors. Love Susan Howatch and the doings in the Anglican church!
East Lynne by Mrs. Henry Wood. My copy is a hardback ancient, moth eaten one and with a small font but I am looking forward to this.
A River Sutra by Gita Mehta. Another book for the South Asia Challenge being sponsored by S. Krishna. I had not heard of the book or author before so thought I'd pick it up.
Please visit I'm Booking it and link to the meme as well.
Books Read in 2023 - - 1. Night Shift; Robin Cook - audio - 4/5 stars (January) 2. Women Talking; Miriam Toews - audio - 3.5/5 stars 3. It Ends with Us; Colleen H...
2 months ago
Some great finds! "The Journey" looks especially good- enjoy them all!ReplyDelete
Great mailboxy, like the look of East Lynne.ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by my blog.
several of these look really good; enjoyReplyDelete
Great mailbox. Most of them are new to me. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
The River Sutra caught my eye, so I'm going to look this one up next.ReplyDelete
Enjoy the reads and look forward to hearing your thoughts on Gita Mehta's book soon.
Wonderful mailbox. I;m sure you'll enjoy each and every one!=)ReplyDelete
Have a great week!
Enjoy your books :)ReplyDelete
Great haul! I love second hand bookstores and probably would've picked these too. I've got to google East Lynne-- don't like not knowning about a classic.ReplyDelete
Mrs. BG is hosting a new linky party tomorrow called Bargain Book Bonanza to highlight all the great bargain books (new and used) that book lovers find. Please consider linking this post or a future post to BBB-- I don't want to party by myself!
The Journey would be my first choice! These all look intriguing...enjoy!ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog.
Great variety of books. I haven't read Cox in a long time. Enjoy all your books.ReplyDelete
Aren't bookstore sprees wonderful? You have some great-looking reads this week! Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Great mailbox. I've read a few books by Josephine Cox and really enjoyed them.ReplyDelete
You have hours of wonderful reading ahead of you. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
What great finds! You have to love finding things at the local used bookstore. I hope you enjoy/re-enjoy them.ReplyDelete
East Lynne looks intriguing. I love finding really old books!ReplyDelete
I enjoy those used bookstores and library sales too.ReplyDelete
I haven't read a Susan Howatch book in a long time but I do love her writing.
East Lynne looks really interesting! Enjoy all your new books!ReplyDelete
i'm going to become a follower as I want to read your reviews of these books. They are all new to me.ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting with me this morning. Hope you enjoy the Kate Atkinson books as much as I did.
Looks like you picked up some good ones. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
These are all new to me. Hope you enjoy them.ReplyDelete