Monday, July 27, 2009

Mailbox Monday

Sometimes the only thing you can say about a book is WOW! Well, I'll have more to say about it later, but upon first glance, WOW will have to do. Thanks to Lisa Roe at Online Publicist, I have a copy of Visions of America, Photographing Democracy. The image above is from the cover. My family has enjoyed thumbing through the book, and I'll be sharing more images from it in upcoming days and weeks.

For a Back-to-School Blog Tour, I got three Christian Novels: Rose House, The Confidential Life of Eugenia Cooper and The Sweetgum Ladies Knit for Love. Since I've already reviewed Knit for Love, I'll have to find something else to do for that tour, but stay tuned for my review of the other two.

I enjoyed M.L. Tyndale's Red Siren, so when The Blue Enchantress became available through First Wildcard, I grabbed it. Faith's sister, Hope has an illicit affair and then ends up on the auction block. Will she ever find love? First Wildcard also sent me June Bug, which is about a girl who has been traveling around the country with her dad, until she finds her name and picture on the board inside Wal-Mart. What happens next?

Have you ever been curious about the Masons? My latest read from The Catholic Company is titled Masonry Unmasked and besides telling about what happens behind closed doors, the author explains who no Christian, especially no Catholic Christian, should be a Mason.

Finally, from Bookmooch I got four Sabrina Jeffries romances: To Pleasure a Prince, Beware a Scot's Revenge, Only a Duke Will Do and Never Seduce a Scoundrel. I also got Debbie Macomber's Matter of Marriage. Should make good beach reading!


  1. I also received Visions of America, Photographing Democracy from LISA and the author. I cannot wait to leaf through this volume. Boy is it a big book.

    Happy reading.

  2. Hope you enjoy all your books!

  3. Visions of America definitely looks worth a read.

  4. I've never heard of Sabrina Jeffries. Here is mine mine

  5. Oh what a nice selection of books, I hope you enjoy reading all of them! :)

  6. It sounds like you got a great selection of books to read! The Visions of America sounds really interesting! I too have been curious about the Masons so that book would be interesting to read too.

    Have fun with your new selection!

  7. Anonymous7:46 PM

    I read "Masonry Unmasked". Nothing earth-shaking, but there were some head-shaking revelations in there.


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