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Sunday, October 23, 2011

Mailbox Monday and It's Monday What are you reading?


Mailbox Monday for this month is being hosted by Serena at Savvy Verse and Wit.

The meme will highlight what books came into your house during the week. Going through fellow bloggers mailboxes, leads to towering piles of TBR lists and horrible envy over what everyone else has received!

It's Monday - What are your reading is hosted by Book Journey

This meme also highlights what one is reading and what one hopes to read during the week.

Please visit both bloggers linky lists to get an update of whats what in the book world.

I had just one book - a book win which was eagerly awaited and got misplaced and got sent again! Thank you Natalie for a gorgeous book.

This is going to the end of my TBR list as there are many books I have scheduled to read first!!! though I am solely tempted.

What I am reading right now is a new author for me - set in Victorian England Anne Perry's murder mystery Highgate Rise is so far very interesting. A more sedate style of writing which I like very much.

Thats it for this week end. Tomorrow I leave for Rozella for four days. It is the festival of Deepavali on Wednesday - a festival of light and the power of goodness over evil. Happy Deepavali everyone.


  1. Happy Deepavali, Mystica!

    Thanks for cheering me on at the Read-a-Thon!

  2. I'll have to check out that Mr Darcy book :) It looks great. Happy reading.

  3. that Mr Darcy book looks like fun! Enjoy the festival!

  4. I have been wanting to try Anne Perry's historical mysteries. They do sound very good. I am also curious about What Would Mr. Darcy Do. I hope you enjoy it when you get to read it especially since you had to wait so long for it!

    Happy Deepavali :)

  5. What Would Mr Darcy Do sounds interesting, I would be tempted to put it at the top of my TBR pile if it was me!

  6. Just stopped by to say thank you for cheering me on during the read-a-thon. You have a lovely blog. Hope you enjoyed your read-a-thon.

  7. The festival sounds like a wonderful tradition - enjoy!

  8. I love P&P sequels and have always wnated to read something by Anne Perry. Enjoy your new books and happy Deepavali!

  9. Happy Diwali, Mystica, to you and to yours!

  10. That's one of my favorite Darcy books by Abigail Reynolds. Hope you love it as much as I did!

  11. Happy Reading! Have a wonderful week. :)