In My Mailbox Monday, July 4

Seen both at The Printed Page (hosted in July at A Sea of Books) and The Story Siren, my Mailbox Monday/In My Mailbox.

I came home from my grueling work conference to a ton of packages, which was especially awesome since it was also my birthday!  Super excited about my review queue -- some nonfiction and short fiction -- newer genres for me!  What did you get?  Planning to read any of these?

For Review


Deal With the Devil, Part One and Part Two by J. Gunnar Grey

Purchased/Swapped


Dark Angels by Karleen Koen
The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

Comments

  1. WOW...lots of wonderful books; I have eBook of Everything Beautiful Began After --looks good. enjoy them all.

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  2. Dark Angels looks excellent - I've wanted to read that since I heard of Before Versailles. Nice haul!

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  3. My year with Eleanor looks interesting. I've had Dark Angels on my shelf forever. Enjoy all your books!

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  4. I am going to be reading What Language Is as well, and I am really looking forward to it. A lot of great stuff there this week!

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  5. I've got Stories for Nighttime on my Kindle. It's nice to read short stories now and then.

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  6. Nice list. I keep hearing about Simon Van Booy - I need to read something by him soon!

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  7. You had great week! I'd love to read Dark Angels. Enjoy!

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  8. Happy belated B day!

    I read the first Persepolis and am curious how her life takes a new path in this next one.

    Enjoy the reads :)

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  9. Great mailbox Audra. I really enjoyed Dark Angels - I hope you do too!

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  10. looks like you got some great new books. Happy reading

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  11. Lots of gorgeous books! Curious about the Ben Loory - will look forward to reviews!

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  12. I hope you enjoy all of your reads.

    http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2011/07/mailbox-monday.html

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  13. Ooh, What Language Is sounds super promising! I will be interested in seeing your thoughts on what language *could* be ;-)

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  14. ooo, what that tentacle about?

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  15. Great Haul this week! Enjoy :)

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  16. Persepolis was my first ever graphic novel - it was a great place to start reading them.

    Enjoy your books!

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