Sunday, December 12, 2010

Mailbox Monday

And the books keep coming. Yay.
I won a book from Library Thing's Early Reviewers November batch.

Friday Mornings at NineMarilyn Brant's Friday Mornings at Nine.

Excited to read this one. I really enjoyed her first novel According to Jane.

The Mailbox Monday Blog Tour can be found at Let Them Read Books this month.

My copy of Dark Moon of Avalon by Anna Elliot, which I shared in last week's Mailbox Monday, is up for giveaway. Go here and sign up to win my copy.



  1. Hi Mari,

    It will be really interesting to read your review of this book.

    When I checked it out on Amazon to get a synopsis, the reviews were so varied, from terrible and boring, to amazing and perceptive.

    I hope that you enjoy it and I look forward to your comments afterwards.


  2. I did not know anything on this book but after the previous comment, yes I will wait to read your review. Should be interesting to see how you go.

    My mailbox is up. Also a giveaway. Please come over and enter.

  3. That sounds like a winner! I hope you enjoy it.

  4. Congrats on the win! Thanks for stopping by my Mailbox. Happy reading!

  5. Congratulations on the win...hope you enjoy it!

  6. Looks good! Happy reading! My mailbox is at The Crowded Leaf.

  7. I received for review The Job by Craig Davis from the author.

    Joe B. enjoys the sweet life as a vice president at a huge conglomerate, Universal Whirligig. But along with the Big Boss' favor, he has also gained the notice of a bitter human resources manager, Luci Fernandez. Hateful of any success but her own, Luci manages to get him demoted to the mail room! A rollicking comedy of errors follows as Joe B. tries to figure out what's happened to him, and attempts to get a meeting with the Big Boss. Joe B.'s great expectations have taken a dickens of a twist. His family is forced to make a series of hard adjustments, and he gets only lame comforts from a string of the worst friends anyone could have. Will he finally track down the cause of his frustrations? Or will he only learn a lesson about what it is to be the boss, and that what is apparent is often only a shadow of a greater ongoing good? "The Job: Based on a True Story (I Mean, This is Bound to Have Happened Somewhere) is a modern parable of ancient troubles and truths.

  8. Oh, I loved Friday Mornings At Nine! Brant did a fabulous job of creating realistic, likable characters... I was definitely into it. I really liked According To Jane, too. Hope you enjoy (LibraryThing ER books are such fun)!


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