Mailbox Monday

It is a cold, snowy day here. I’m ready for winter to be over. But it is good reading weather. Here’s a list of books I’ve received or purchased over the last couple of weeks.  If you want to join in, Mailbox Monday is  hosted on its own blog.


The Oysters of Locmariaquer by Eleanor Clark – purchased

Dead Wrong by Leighann Dobbs – Kindle freebie

Flirting with Felicity by Gerri Russell- Kindle First

Huntress Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff – from Thomas & Mercer via NetGalley

Blood Moon by Alexandra Sokoloff – from Thomas & Mercer via NetGalley

The Dead Key by D. M. Pulley – from Thomas & Mercer via NetGalley

Meeting God in Mark by Rowan Williams – from Westminster John Knox Press  via NetGalley

1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die by Mimi Sheraton – from Workman via NetGalley (review)

The Wilderness of Ruin by Roseanne Montillo – from William Morrow via Edelweiss

Photoplay by Hallie Ephron – from Witness Impulse via Edelweiss

Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton – from Random House Kids via NetGalley


The Ice Queen by Nele Neuhaus – Audible credit

Should be enough to get me through the winter.


  1. Ohhhh…I love all the covers. I wouldn’t know which one to start with. They all look so good.

    Let me see. If I had to choose, I would definitely read The Wilderness of Ruin or Huntress Moon. Oh wait….I like The Oysters of Lockmariaquer. So difficult to choose.

    ENJOY your reading week….looks like a great one.

    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  2. Hi Carol,

    I must admit that I don’t post about many of my ‘freebie’ books either, in fact I generally tend to focus more on the direct author review requests. My kindle is actually full to bursting with NetGalley offerings.

    Your selection this time looks amazing, although I have to say that many of them are not probably ones I would buy for myself. I guess if I were to pick one for my own reading list, it would have to be the Hallie Ephron. I really do like my suspense / thrillers and murder / mysteries.

    Thanks for sharing and I hope that you enjoy all your great finds.


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