Monday, June 24, 2013

Mailbox Monday: Summertime


No scarcity here!  I have plenty of books to keep me entertained all summer long.  Few things are as enjoyable as sitting outside to read in the summertime (unless it's unbearably hot).  Pictured are the books I've received in the mail over the last few months.  Many of these I won on various book blogs, as noted below:







Thank you all for these wonderful giveaways!


Other books also arrived in the mail, including The Rebels Of Cordovia by Linda Weaver Clarke, Last Train to Omaha by Ann Whitely-Gillen, and The Summer of France by Paulita Kincer, which will be my next review.



Created by Marcia, who has set up several book blogs as well as a Mailbox Monday blog, this meme has been "on tour" for the past few years.  This month, Mailbox Monday is hosted by Bellezza from Dolce Bellezza. What new books have you discovered in your mailbox recently?

21 comments:

  1. Very nice mailbox, Suko. Looking forward to hearing about The Summer of France!

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  2. It looks like you have the perfect setting to enjoy those books!

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  3. I love Robyn Carr! I'm starting to read my way through two of her series. Here’s my POST. Enjoy your summer book haul, Suko!

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  4. Haven't read any of them, thanks for the links!
    Here's My Mailbox

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  5. Very nice mailbox. I love how you display your books.

    ENJOY!!!!

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

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  6. You seem well set for summer with the reading. Enjoy them all.

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  7. I love summer reading! Enjoy! I really enjoyed Cliffhanger, hope you do too!

    Have a great week!

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  8. These are all new to me. Hope you enjoy them!

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  9. Yes, I'd say u are well stocked for summer...LOL ENjoy

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  10. Summer reading outside is the best. And it looks like you've received a nice variety of books this month.

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  11. I did some outside reading myself the other day. It happened to be Ralph Waldo Emerson and he was constantly championing the wonders of nature so it worked really well.


    Enjoy the books!

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  12. You've been lucky with the giveaways! At least you have plenty of reading for the summer. Enjoy!

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  13. I love pics of a stack of books outdoors. Makes me think of how pleasant it is to read with the wind gently rustling the leaves and the sunshine making the birds chirp happily. Enjoy!

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  14. Looks like a great stack of reading choices! Hope you will enjoy Belinda!

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  15. You sure have been lucky with wins lately. That's awesome. Enjoy both the summer and the books!

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  16. What a nice haul. I see several that I'd like to get. :-) Happy Reading!

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  17. Oh, my! You have a lot of lovely summer reads there! Enjoy!

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  18. Great mailbox Suko, I like to read outside too. I'm reading Last Train to Omaha as well. Enjoy :O)

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  19. Wow! It looks like you've got some great reading ahead of you. I hope you enjoy each and every one of these :)

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