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Monday, May 5, 2014

Mailbox Monday/It's Monday! What are you reading?



My mailbox is now limitless - with access to Open Library  my selection is now wide open!!!


The books I have downloaded for this week are :


After Diary of a Provincial Lady looking forward to this one.



A bit rambling but I like the tone.


A novel on Jane Austen herself. 


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Hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.

I am reading a Susanna Kearsley  - Undertow which is totally different to her other books. I expected romance and time travel and a good dose of history. Nothing like that. Very contemporary but a nice change.



9 comments:

Teddyree said...

Just Jane caught my eye, another pretty cover, hope it's a good one. Have a great week and enjoy book bingeing with Open Library lol

bermudaonion said...

I have a feeling you're going to love Open Library! I hope all of your books are as good as they sound.

Christina T said...

I haven't read Undertow. I know that she used to write mysteries before she wrote the time travel books. I love the historical ones. My favorite is The Winter Sea.

I have read Just Jane but it has been a few years. It can be interesting to read biographical novels about authors. I've also read one about the Bronte sisters that was really good (The Secret Diaries of Charlotte Bronte by Syrie James).

shelleyrae @ book'd out said...

Enjoy open library!

Have a great reading week

Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

mpartyka said...

Lovely change for Kearsley novel - I love the concept for her books but lost interest with all being similar.

Have a great week!

Anna said...

I downloaded Just Jane, too! Happy reading!

Blodeuedd said...

Ohh Jane book :)

Kimberly @ Turning the Pages said...

I've downloaded Just Jane as well. It looks lovely, I've never read a Susanna Kearsley book but I want to soon. Undertow sounds very good. I hope you enjoy it Mystica.
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Nise' said...

I loved Just Jane, hope you do as well. I am intrigued by this Susanna Kearsley books! Look forward to your thoughts.