Sunday, April 15, 2012

In My Mailbox (90) 4.15.12

In My Mailbox (IMM) is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi @ The Story Siren. Every week I'll post what books I've received either by mailbox/library/store. 




For Review:

The Good Father
by Diane Chamberlain

I'm participating in a blog tour of this new release next month and I can't wait to start reading it!








From the Library:

The Shoemaker's Wife
by Adriana Trigiani

I had this one reserve at the library as soon as I saw it came out. I picked up my copy this week and already started reading it.


The Sugar Queen (audio)
by Sarah Addison Allen

I'm a new fan of Sarah Addison Allen and saw this one at the library.


The Book of Tomorrow (audio)
by Cecilia Ahern

I've never read anything by Cecilia Ahern and thought I would give this one a try.


Babyville (audio)
by Jane Green

I love Jane Green and am trying to work my way through all her books!







What's in your mailbox?


 
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20 comments

  1. The Good Father looks good. I've read glowing reviews for several of the author's previous books. The Shoemaker's Wife is getting a lot of buzz. The cover is gorgeous! Lots of good books for you this week - I hope you enjoy them all.

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    1. I've read a few books by Diane Chamberlain and enjoyed them. This one looks like it might be a little intense!

      The Shoemaker's Wife is so good so far - I'm about halfway through and am having a hard time putting it down!

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  2. You have some very nice reads in your Mailbox. Enjoy them all.

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    1. Thanks! I'm excited to read/listen to them all.

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  3. Wow you got some awesome reads this week. Enjoy all your new books. The Shoemaker's wife looks interesting.

    Grace
    Livre De Amour-Books of Love

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    1. The Shoemaker's Wife is amazing!!!

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  4. Wow! Great selections here. I hope you enjoy each one, Kristin. :)

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    1. Thanks Suko!!! So far, I'm loving The Shoemaker's Wife!

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  5. I need to check out The Sugar Queen - I am a big fan of Sarah Addison Allen but haven't seen this title before... must be new? Have a great week Kristin, I hope you enjoy all of your new reads!!!

    My IMM: http://www.wordsathome.ca/2012/04/in-my-mailbox-3.html

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    1. I don't know if it's new, but it was available on audio when I went to the library so I grabbed it. I've read 2 of her other books and really have enjoyed them!

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  6. Great Haul! The shoemakers wife has been on my radar for a while- I'll have to check out your review when you've finished it!

    New Follower :-)

    My IMM: http://www.pocketfulofbooks.com/2012/04/in-my-mailbox_15.html

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    1. It's so good...I can't say it enough!!!

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  7. I'll be curious what you think of THE BOOK OF TOMORROW. It was definitely interesting. Cecelia Ahern is a beautiful author.

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    1. I've never read anything by her before, but have heard good things.

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  8. The Undomestic Goddess - that is so me! You can check out my Monday here!

    http://www.kyliesreads.blogspot.com.au/2012/04/its-monday-what-are-you-reading_16.html

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    1. It was hysterical and not really being much of a cook myself, I could totally relate at times.

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  9. I'm reading The Shoemaker's Wife soon for a book tour. It's the first Trigiani book I will have ever read.

    Here's my IMM:
    http://abookishaffair.blogspot.com/2012/04/in-my-mailbox-7-all-over-world-edition.html

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    1. I have about 100 pages left - it is amazing...I don't want it to end! I really like her writing style - I've read the first two Valentine books, started the Big Stone Gap series and read Lucia, Lucia. They are all great!

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  10. These all look really really good. Can't wait to see your reviews. I'm totally judging books by their cover, but what can I say? Some books have gorgeous covers!

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    1. They really do and those always attract me when I'm just browsing in either the bookstore or library.

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