Happy Cinqo de Mayo! Usually we’d go out for dinner tonight, either the Mexican place or Chinese if it’s too crowded, but tonight’s pretty busy. Maybe tomorrow.
Mailbox Monday was started by Marcia of To Be Continued, and now hosted on its own blog. I only post my mailbox once a month, so here are the books that I received in April:
God and the Gay Christian: The Biblical Case in Support of Same-Sex Relationships by Matthew Vines – from Convergent Books
A Girl Walks Into a Wedding: Your Fantasy, Your Rules by Helena S. Paige – from William Morrow Paperbacks (review)
India Black and the Gentleman Thief by Carol K. Carr – from the author
Bruja Brouhaha by Rochelle Staab - Won from Harvee at Book Dilettante
Deadly Patterns by Melissa Bourbon Ramirez – Won from Harvee at Book Dilettante
Reel Murder by Mary Kennedy - Won from Harvee at Book Dilettante
Death in Daytime by Eileen Davidson – Won from Harvee at Book Dilettante
Town in a Wild Moose Chase by B. B. Haywood – Won from Harvee at Book Dilettante
Inn at Last Chance by Hope Ramsay – from Forever (Grand Central Publishing) via NetGalley
Treasure Hunt by Andrea Camilleri – purchased with Audible credit (review)
Promise of Blood by Brian McClellan – purchased with Audible credit (review)
The Black Country by Alex Grecian – purchased with Audible credit
Turtles and Popcorn – Won from Nise’ at Under the Boardwalk
Tote from Berkley Prime Crime – Won from Harvee at Book Dilettante
Today feels like spring. I hope it sticks around and we can be done with the snow.
Welcome to Mailbox Monday, a meme started by Marcia of To Be Continued, and now hosted on its own blog. I only post my mailbox once a month, so here are the books that I received in March:
That’s What Leprechauns Do by Eve Bunting – purchased (review)
Bittersweet by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore- from Crown via NetGalley
High and Wild by O. A. Brand – from Pocket Star eBooks via NetGalley
Wild to the Bone by O. A. Brand – from Pocket Star eBooks via NetGalley
A Comedy of Erinn by Celia Bonaduce – from Pump Up Your Book
The Word Exchange by Alena Graedon – from Doubleday via NetGalley
Dark Eden by Chris Beckett – from Broadway Books via NetGalley
Whimsey by Kaye Wilkinson Barley – won from Jen’s Book Thoughts
Moonlighting in Vermont by Kate George – from the author via Audiobook Jukebox (review)
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