Sunday, July 3, 2011

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday was created by Marcia at a Girl and Her Books.  This month it is making it's home at A Sea of Books.   I haven't participated in Mailbox Monday in about 3 weeks so I am including all the books I got recently and a few that are still enroute since I will be in Oklahoma for a wedding next weekend and won't get to participate.  Hope everyone else got lots of goodies!

Won from Historical-Fiction.com The Arrow Chest by Robert Parry

Won from Goodreads: The Darkening Green by David Liss

For Review via Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours: Eromenos by Melanie McDonald

For Review via Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours: To Die For by Sandra Byrd

For Review from the author: The Tudor Throne by Brandy Purdy

From Simon & Schuster Galley Grab: City of Promise by Beverly Swerling

From Simon & Schuster Galley Grab: Illuminations by Michelle Diener

From Simon & Schuster Galley Grab: Josefina's Sin by Claudia H. Long

From PBS: The Crimson Rooms by Katharine McMahon

From PBS: The Long Shadow (Morland Dynasty) by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

From PBS: The Black Pearl (Morland Dynasty by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles

From PBS: Gilliane (Roselynde Chronicles Bk 4) by Roberta Gellis

From PBS: The Darling Strumpet by Gillian Bagwell

From PBS: The Dressmaker by Posie Graeme-Evans

Hope everyone has a wonderful 4th of July!

19 comments:

  1. Wow, that's quite a Mailbox! A couple of those I enjoyed and a couple were stinkers. I've got Eromenos to read, too, and I'm looking forward to it! Enjoy your new books :)

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  2. Oh, my gosh! An historical fiction lover's dream mailbox! Wow! Enjoy them all! I have The Dressmaker on my to-buy list - the reviews are all wonderful!

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  3. What a wonderful mailbox, Holly! Can wait to find out what you think of them all.

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  4. Wow! That is an amazing mailbox, I would love to read all of these books. I love the cover of The Dressmaker.

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  5. What an amazing collection of books! Hope you enjoy them!

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  6. Wow, that's a great mailbox! The Tudor Throne has me interested. I love the Tudors!

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  7. Loving the covers of all your new books...look great to me! Enjoy!

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  8. What a beautiful mailbox. I have also got almost all the Morland dynasty books (reviews up for many). Have enjoyed those books so much.

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  9. I'm sooo jealous you've got the McMahon -- I loooved Rose of Sebastapol and I'm dying to read her newest.

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  10. The Twelfth Enchantment cover looks like that Laura Viera Rigler book.

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  11. Well, what can I say?? You have wonderful books. Enjoy! I would like to read the David Liss one.

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  12. Your mailbox was full! It'll be hard to decide which book to read first.

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  13. You had great books! I've wanted to read The Darling Strumpet and To Die For sounds good. Hope you njoy all of those!

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  14. Great mailbox, love historical fiction, enjoy!

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  15. Some great books there! I got City of Promise from Galleygrab as well. I have really enjoyed the earlier books in the series, so I had to read this one!

    Enjoy your books.

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  17. Wow, some great historicals there! Jealous. ;O) I actually have a few of them. I'm doing the Eromenos tour as well.

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  18. What a great mailbox! I really liked The Crimson Rooms. Happy reading!

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