Well, my mailbox runneth over, far more input that outgo. Most of the books however are not for review, they came from my friend Renee who blogs at SAGA. I'll probably write a few words when I read them, but my TBR stack is more like a piled high shelf, so I'm not sure when I'll get to them. I'll tell you what, if you see something from her that you'd like to know about, leave me a comment, and I'll move it up on the stack (if the mood strikes me--one resolution I made this year was to request fewer books and to read more books because they caught my interest rather than because a publicist wanted a review). Still, I like having an audience read what I write, so I might was well try to please that audience, right? So, on to the big package:
Sisterchicks in Wooden Shoes (Sisterchicks Series #8))
Only You (Steeple Hill Women's Fiction #49): Christian fiction in the "one of them has to find God before they can live happily ever after" mold. Not one of Bedford's better books.
Embrace MeGods in Alabama
The Life O'ReillyStretch Marks: A Novel
Dogwood92 Pacific Boulevard (Cedar Cove)
I got two books this week that I won on other blogs:
Knight of Pleasure (All the King's Men): Mass Market Romance. A fun read but nothing exceptional.
Cowboy & Wills: A Love Story
For review, the Thomas Nelson Book Sneeze program sent me Nelson's Complete Book of BIble Maps and Charts, 3rd Edition
To see what everyone else got this week, check out Mailbox Monday at the Printed Page.