I haven't done Mailbox Monday in a while because my snail mail box hasn't been all that full. I've become a NetGalley reader and and a Kindle owner, so my new books are coming via the web rather than via snail mail. As I mentioned in this post about NetGalley, I like not feeling the least bit obligated to finish or review a galley, and I love the variety available. Here is what I got this week:
I've already read and reviewed Harvest Moon and I've flipped through the cookbooks. Anything there catch your eye?
I also subscribe to a blog that alerts me to Kindle freebies (just in case I don't have enough to read). This week I grabbed three of them:
I have't completely given up on snail mail. These came this week, for review:
Check out Mailbox Monday, hosted this month by Rose City Reader to see what other book bloggers got this week.
So, with that haul, how do I answer the question: It's Monday, What Are You Reading?
Well, this week I have posted these reviews:
I loved this memoir by a young woman who literally crossed the street. After witnessing an ultra-sound guided abortion, this director of a Planned Parenthood center crossed the street both literally and figuratively, to the pro-life center nearby. Great read about how people can change. My review.
Medical thriller combining a medical mystery and identity theft. My review.
Christian romantic suspense. Not really believable, but a fun read. My review.
A woman, her mother and her mother-in-law. All in pain. All seeking love. My Review.
Another Virgin River romance; one of the better in the series. My review
Visit Book Journey to see what folks are reading this week