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Sunday, May 25, 2014

Mailbox Monday/It's Monday What are you Reading?









I could not do my post last week because for some reason my Ipad would copy and paste the photos and in publication it would disappear!

I thought the post without the photos looked very dull so just deleted the whole post.   Back in Colombo to very sultry weather - though rain is imminent its not happening much to our frustration.

Netgalley publishers have been very kind to me! Despite several publishers not wanting to send books either due to geographical restrictions or the fact that my followers are a small number, some publishers are very encouraging for which I am appreciative.

The following are the books received from them.





                          




Courtesy of Open Library where I just read the book online are

A Cottage by the Sea         An Academic Question      


Free downloads from Amazon

A Very Good Life (Dana McGarry, #1)         The Bone Church: A Novel        InYourEyes



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Hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.

Reading the second in the trilogy of Noel Streatfeild's Vicarage series.

Interesting reading.

14 comments:

Martha Eskuchen said...

Good to see you getting some NetGalley titles. You tend to read different genres than me so it is always fun to share the info this way.
Lots of interesting titles - nice covers. I hope you enjoy them all.
Happy Reading!

Nise' said...

Glad to hear of the encouraging publishers. I love Ciji Ware's books. Have a great reading week.

Blodeuedd said...

Yay for netgalley :)

Teddyree said...

Don't you just love NetGalley. I enjoy Ciji Ware's books, still need to read A Cottage By the Sea. Fingers crossed you get rain soon. Happy reading :)

Joanne P (Booklover Book Reviews) said...

Some great titles. Particularly like the sound of The Bone Church. Enjoy!

shelleyrae @ book'd out said...

Netgalley is such a great resource. I hope you discover some great reads!

Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

leeswammes said...

Glad that you're finding new ways to get books. In this digital age it shouldn't be too hard. :-)

I'm not sure if Netgalley is a curse or a blessing. They just have way too many good books!

Happy reading!

bermudaonion said...

I'm intrigued by The House on the Lagoon. I hope you love all the books!

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Lots of great eBooks Mystica --enjoy

Laura Fabiani said...

Oh the Tuscany book caught my eye, of course. I hope you enjoy all your books, Mystica!

Yvonne said...

Those books all look so good. I love NetGalley but I'm afraid I requested too many.

Enjoy your books!

Meg @ A Bookish Affair said...

Oh Netgalley is absolutely wonderful! I have found so many amazing books through that service. That's great that you have been able to get a lot through them!

Kristen said...

I'm glad you've gotten some books on netgalley. Those that you were able to get look fantastic!

Lindsey said...

Netgalley is great. They have a great selection and it's so helpful to have so many books in one place. Have a great week!