Mailbox Monday

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May 202013


Mailbox Monday

May host: Abi @ 4 The Love Of Books

Wow, it’s been a month since my last MM post! Guess that’s not to hard to do when you aren’t receiving many books. I told myself at the end of last year that I was going to cut way back on accepting books for review, and I did. But I still get a few here and there, and these are the ones I’ve gotten since my last MM which was 4/15:

Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger
Win from Kathy @ BermudiaOnion

Running Home by Cami Checketts
from the author

Blind Curves by Linda Crill
from The Cadence Group

Books 1 & 2 in the Sara Weston Chronicles series by D.J. Niko
from Madallion Media Group
The Tenth Saint & The Riddle of Solomon




I’ve started using my library again. These are the books that I have checked out now:

Fix-It and Forget-It Diabetic Cookbook by Phyllis Good

The One-Dish Vegetarian: 100 recipes for Quick and Easy Vegetarian Meals
by Maria Polushkin Robbins

Yankee Magazine’s Church Suppers & Potluck Dinners Cookbook
by Yankee Magazine

The Hound Of The Baskervilles by Sor Arthur Conan Doyle

The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway
(Audiobook, Unabridged)



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  11 Responses to “Mailbox Monday”

  1. I’ve read good things about Ordinary Grace so I hope you love it!

  2. I hope you love Ordinary Grace as much as I did!

  3. Nice mailbox….ENJOY!!

    I loved Ordinary Grace. Love the cookbooks.

    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  4. Great mailbox! I’m not familiar with any of them, but they do look good. Thanks for visiting my blog…and enjoy your week.

  5. I’ve been hearing very good things about Ordinary Grace. Happy reading this week!

  6. You have a nice selection. What variety! I know what you mean about doing less reviews. Me too! I have a lot of books on my shelf to get to.

  7. Welcome back to MM! Good books!

  8. I am proud of you sticking to your goal! I use my public library all the time!

  9. I know a lot of people are now charging to review books. I don’t think I blame them.

    • Terry- I don’t know any book blogger who charges for reviews. All the book bloggers I know do it because they love books and want to recommend them to others. I don’t know how someone could charge for a book review if… #1- they read the synopsis and decided to buy the book because it sounded good to them, or #2- they got the book free in exchange for a review. I wouldn’t put a lot of stock in a review if I knew the person was paid for the review. I think that would sway their review in favor of the book.

      I also don’t know why an author would pay for a review. There are so many bloggers out there willing to do it for free, because of the love they have for reading.

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