Mailbox Monday

Mailbox Monday

We did not get the huge snowstorm they predicted yesterday. We ended up with maybe three inches and the roads were all clear this morning. I’m happy but amber was sad; she was expecting the day off school today. The church service yesterday was pretty skimpy though, with everyone expecting a day full of snow. I play the organ and I have to say that I think I played horribly, partly because the sanctuary was so empty, the singing was lackluster and I could hear individuals talking during the prelude instead of just a general murmur. Oh well, I don’t think they’ll fire me.

Today is Mailbox Monday, a meme started by Marcia of To Be Continued, and now hosted on its own blog. I only post my new arrivals once a month, so here are the goodies I received in February.


Slices of Life: A Food Writer Cooks through Many a Conundrum by Leah Erksin – from Running Press via NetGalley

The Ring and the Crown by Melissa de la Cruz – from Disney Hyperion via NetGalley

Undone by Richard Shannon – from Forever via NetGalley

Witch Interrupted by Jodi Wallace – from Carina Press via NetGalley

Gilded by Christina L. Farley – freebie from Amazon Prime

The Chase by Stephanie Evanovich and Lee Goldberg – from Bantam Dell via NetGalley

One Zentangle A Day: A 6-Week Course in Creative Drawing for Relaxation, Inspiration, and Fun by Beckah Krahula – purchased

Show Your Work by Austin Kleon – from Workman via NetGalley


The Riverman by Aaron Starmer – from Farrar, Straus and Giroux

Southern Heat by David Burnsworth – from the author and Pump Up Your Book!


The Lake Quilt Mystery by S. D. Brown – from the narrator

Keep Me Ghosted by Erin Cantwell – from the author via Audiobook Jukebox


  1. I find watching the weather, in my neck of the woods anyway, the only thing they seem to know for sure is that the sun is going to rise and set… When they predict storms? We get nothing. When they say we are just getting ‘flurries’, we wake up to snow shovelling! They are right sometimes, but not enough that I trust them all that much. haha

  2. Nice variety from NetGalley. They have a very tempting selection there.

    I don’t think any of us needs additional snow this year. We caught the edge of that storm yesterday and got another 6 inches.

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