Monday, March 30, 2009

Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday is sponsored by Marcia at The Printed Page.

My mailbox was full again this week. I got browsing Bookmooch one day, and entered a bunch of books into bookmooch, so had plenty of points, so now, I have a stack of books! My bookmooch haul included Rachel Hauck's New Hampshire Weddings, which is a collection of three Christian Harlequin-style romances; Emilie Richards' Iron Lace, which is about a wealthy New Orleans woman with a secret; The Yada Yada Prayer Group Gets Real is one in a series about a women's prayer group that has Black and white members, rich and poor---and they become involved in each other's lives and, at least in other books, also deal with racial issues. I got three trashy romance novels--Victoria Alexander's The Lady in Question, and Suddenly You and Stranger in My Arms by Lisa Kleypas. New Hampshire Weddings, Suddenly You and Stranger in My Arms are reviewed here.

I also got Go Back and Be Happy for a First Wildcard tour. It is a true story about a woman who is paralyzed after a car accident and recovers to the point of being able to run again. It deals with physical healing and spiritual healing. Check back to read the first chapter and a review. Finally, I had Flickering Pixels--How Technology Shapes Your Faith from Blog Tour Spot. It is for a tour that will take place April 6-10. Check back then to learn more about this book.


  1. Some very nice books indeed :D
    I am specially looking at Kleypas and Alexander

  2. You did have a great week. Happy reading with all those books.
    Here is my mailbox

  3. So many books! Happy reading.

  4. I love Lisa Kleypas!! And the Yada Yada book sounds very interesting. I think I'll add it to my wish list. :)

    Here's my Mailbox! ~ Wendi

  5. You had a great week. I hope you enjoy your new books.

  6. Thank you for stopping by the mailbox this week. Lisa Kleypas has become one of the my favorite historical romance authors. Enjoy your books!


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