Sunday, October 10, 2010

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday was originally hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page but MM is on tour and this month is being hosted by Avis at She Reads and Reads.

Well, it has been a bit since I have participated in Mailbox Monday because I really wasn't getting much of anything. My dry spell ended this week though because I got a whole bunch of goodies!

Won in from Heather of The Maiden's Court in her Birthday Giveaway:
  • The Scarlet Lion by Elizabeth Chadwick

From PBS:

  • No Will But His by Sarah A. Hoyt
  • The Murder in the Tower by Jean Plaidy
  • Twilight of Avalon by Anna Elliott
  • Firedrake's Eye by Patricia Finney
  • The Creation of Eve by Lynn Cullen
  • The King's General by Daphne du Maurier
  • The Assyrian by Nicholas Guild

Purchased from Barnes & Noble:
  • The Founding (Morland Dynasty Bk 1) by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
  • For the King's Favor by Elizabeth Chadwick

From the Publisher:

  • Dark Road to Darjeeling (Lady Julia Bk 4) by Deanna Raybourn
  • Valeria's Cross by Kathi Macias & Susan Wales

And that is it for me this week. Hope everyone else had a mailbox chock full of great reads!


  1. You'll enjoy the Dark Road to Darjeeling , reviewed it on my site last week . Its a great read. :)

  2. Looks like lots of reading ahead for you -- enjoy!

  3. Wow, great list. I love historical fiction (really want to try a Chadwick book one of these days). Have a good week!

  4. I have yet to read any du Maurier yet - BUT, I have Rebecca on my nightstand which looks like the perfect October read! Here's my Mailbox: Coffee and a Book Chick -- Mailbox Monday...

  5. So many great books! I really need to try Daphne du Maurier someday... Enjoy your books!

  6. Love your is great.

    Stopping by from She Reads and Reads' post for Mailbox Monday.

    Have a great week.

    Stop by my blog if you like.

    Enjoy your books.

  7. These are some really great titles. Thanks for sharing these! The King's Favor looks especially good. You might also enjoy a new one out by author, David A. Cleinman called, "Principle Destiny," about a young woman destined to be a princess who has lost her title because of her father. She ends up joining a race in secret to win her crown. The story is very exciting and hard to put down!

  8. You have got some really good books there. The Raybourn one is a book I am trying to get now for quite sometime. Hopefully this week I will find it. your selection is really good for anyone who loves historical fiction.