Monday, December 14, 2009

Mailbox Monday


Mailbox Monday is a weekly event hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page.

I really have an exciting MM this week because of the awesome finds at my monthly used book sale on Saturday!

I have decided to only post books I have won after I receive them in the mail...since I have been double posting them.

Now, on to the goodies....

(for plot synopses, click on book titles)


In the mail:

The following books were received in my intro package for joining Doubleday Large Print Book Club.


Under the Dome-Stephen King



House of Reckoning-John Saul



The Christmas Sweater-Glenn Beck








Bought:

I obtained the following wonderful books from my monthly Second Saturday Book Sale held by the Friends of the Library...ALL of the following for 20 bucks! AWESOME!


Leonardo's Swans-Karen Essex (Hardcover)



Prince of Darkness-Sharon Kay Penman (Hardcover)



Stone Heart: A Novel of Sacajawea-Diane Glancy (Hardcover)



Boudica: Dreaming the Hound-Manda Scott (Hardcover)



The Sister: A Novel of Emily Dickinson-Paola Kaufman (Hardcover)



The Secret of Lost Things-Sheridan Hay (Hardcover)



The Secret Laboratory Journals of Dr. Victor Frankenstein-Jeremy Kay (Hardcover)



As I Lay Dying-William Faulkner (Trade Paperback)



The Restaurant at the End of the Universe-Douglas Adams (Trade Paperback)



The Elfstones of Shannara-Terry Brooks (Trade Paperback)



The Self Matters Companion: Helping You Create Your Life from the Inside Out-Dr. Phil McGraw






So what lovelies were waiting for you in your mailbox?

Happy Reading!

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  1. You got some fantastic books last week. Sharon Kay Penman is an author I've never been dissapointed by and Elfstones of Shannara is a classic, especially with the origonal cover. I miss that cover and wish they were still using it. I'm curious about the Boudica novel as I'm a big fan of Celtic history.

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  2. What a fantastic stack of books you acquired this week! Happy reading!

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  3. What a wonderful selection of books! I am very jealous over a few of those. Enjoy them!
    My Mailbox Monday is here: http://psychoticstate.blogspot.com/2009/12/mailbox-monday-december-14-2009.html

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  4. The Saul book looks good! You got quite a deal.
    I have no comment on the Glenn Beck book- except throw it out, burn it, bury it, give it to your enemy!!!!!!!

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  5. Wow lots of books; enjoy. The King and Saul look especially creepy :)

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