Monday, September 2, 2013

Mailbox Monday - 9/2/13

 
Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week. (Library books don’t count, but eBooks & audiobooks do). 
 
Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles, and humongous wish lists!

Mailbox Monday, created by Marcia @ A Girl and Her Books, is on a blog tour!


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The host for September is: 

Yolanda @ Notorious Spinks Talks
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Nice light week again.  I like it.  :)

Is anyone going to the Hachette Book Event on Saturday, September 7?  I am going to visit my son and then go to the event.

Hope to see you there if you do go.

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On Tuesday, September 27, I received:
1.   Lies You Wanted To Hear by James Whitfield Thomson, courtesy of Nicole Villeneuve of Sourcebooks.

2.  The Sweetest Hallelujah by Elaine Hussey, courtesy of Emer Flounders of Harlequin/MIRA publishers.


24 comments:

  1. Both new to me. Enjoy them both and have a good week.

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  2. THANKS for stopping by, Mystica.

    Have a great week everyone.

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  3. I would love to go to the Hachette event but it's not in the cards for me this year. I had a nice, light week too. Enjoy your books!

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  4. THANKS, Kathy.

    I LOVE light weeks.

    It would be fun to see you again. I am lucky I have free housing with my son. :) :)

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  5. These look good...I'm curious about Lies You Wanted to Hear....and the Hatchette Book Event sounds great! Enjoy!

    Here's MY SUNDAY UPDATES/MAILBOX MONDAY

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  6. Thanks, Laurel.

    I attended the event last year, and it was very nice.

    Looks like they have even more authors this year.

    THANKS for stopping by.

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  7. It sounds like The Sweetest Hallelujah will require tissues!

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  8. Thanks for stopping, Diana.

    I seem to choose tissues-needed books a lot. LOL!!

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  9. I want to go to a book event at least once; have never been. Enjoy the Hachette meet and the visit with your son!

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  10. The Sweetest Hallelujah caught my eye. Enjoy your new reads and have fun at the Hachette event!

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  11. Thanks, Harvee. Do you live in New York?

    It would be fun to meet you if you do attend some day. I think they are trying to make it an annual event. This is the second year.


    THANKS, reading date. It was fun last year. I think The Sweetest Hallelujah will be good too.

    THANKS for stopping by.


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  12. Lies You Wanted To Hear sounds particularly good. Happy reading!

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  13. Lies you Wanted to Hear sounds interesting. Thanks for stopping by and happy reading!

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  14. Kay and Elysium...it does sound interesting.

    THANKS for stopping by.

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  15. Hi Elizabeth,

    These books both sound as though I shall need the tissues at hand, if I decide to read them.

    I am not really keen on either cover and probably wouldn't bother picking them up if I had to rely on the cover alone. The synopses however are fantastic for both and they have become the latest two additions to my reading list ... as if I really need any more!

    Have a great time at the event. It sounds as though these are the places to go, to pick up some great giveaways, so I guess that your mailbox next week will be good and full!

    Yvonne

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  16. Light mailboxes are great. Thanks for stopping by...both of your books are new to me.

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  17. THANKS for stopping back to my blog, Serena.

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  18. I've seen The Sweetest Hallelujah around the blogs. Hope you love both books!

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  19. Enjoy your new books, Elizabeth! The Sweetest Hallelujah has a great title and is new to me.

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  20. THANKS for stopping, Suko.

    The summary sounds good.

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  21. These are both new to me, but I just think there's something really soothing about The Sweetest Hallelujah's cover.

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  22. Have fun at the event and enjoy your new books!

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