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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Have to share ...and it's not Monday!!

Hello everyone!
I missed Mailbox Monday this week. It is my favorite meme. It is hosted by Marcia at the Printed Page. I can't wait until next Monday to share so I am sharing on Wednesday. It is just too dang exciting. I will be popping by your mailboxes this week also. If you want to leave a link to your mailbox, please feel free to do so.

So this week I received:

Knock Out Interviews with Doctors Who Are Curing Cancer and How to Prevent Getting it in the First Place, by Suzanne Somers. This was a gift from a friend at work. What a nice gift, don't you think?
Love in Mid Air, a novel by Kim Wright. Thank you Miriam from Hachette Book Group. Stay tuned in March for a blog tour of this one.
Keeping the Feast by Paula Butturnini. Thank you Lydia Hirt from Riverhead Books. (Riverhead books on Twitter)
The Crazy School, a novel, by Cornelia Read. Thank you Valerie from Hachette Book Group. Check out my Giveaway!!!
Reading Group Guide

Paris Under Water: How the City of Light Survived the Great Flood of 1910, by Jeffrey H. Jackson. Thank you Michelle Fitzgerald from Palgrave Macmillan (Shelf Awareness Promotion). I already delved into this one a bit, and I am loving it.

Have a fantastic week.

**edited...this was supposed to post tomorrow (2/3).oh I guess it is tomorrow somewhere right? and edited to include a forgotten book. Oh dear...where is my mind?


Bekah said...

Paris under Water looks cool, though I guess it may not as fun I as imagine.
I love the cover of Crazy School and I am interigued by the description the border's page. I look forward to your opinion.

Mary said...

Great books! I really want to read Love in Mid Air and Keeping the Feast.

bermudaonion said...

You had a great week! I got Paris Under Water too.

itsJUSTme-wendy said...

I read "Crazy School" about a year ago. I really liked it. It was crazy! Lots of stuff happening. Not boring at all!

Serena said...

OOo, you got some great books...Thanks for sharing!

Amy @ Passages to the Past said...

Good haul Toni! Happy Reading!

Sharla said...

I would love to read the Suzanne Somers book. I may have to check it out. I can't wait to read keeping the feast!

Thanks for sharing. :)

Jenny Girl said...

Paris sounds good. Nice ,aibox and enjoy them all.