Sunday, March 18, 2012

Newest Ebooks

Montreal is having beautiful weather, and I'm really enjoying it! I'm not cut out for winter, I prefer heat over cold. I'm hoping this warmer weather is here to stay. This mailbox is an ebook edition. Happy reading!

A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty by Joshilyn Jackson

Barefoot in Baghdad by Manal M Omar

Bridge of Scarlet Leaves by Kristina Mcmorris

Everything was Good-bye by Gurjinder Basran

The Book of Lost Fragrances by M J Rose

The Darlings by Cristine Alger

The Dry Grass of August by Anna Jean Mayhew

Yankee Doodle Dixie by Lisa Patton

 

33 comments:

  1. It's gorgeous here too and I think it's here to stay. I've read A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty and Yankee Doodle Dixie and they're both good. Enjoy your new books!

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  2. I've spent the week out on the deck reading in this nice weather! A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty and Dry Grass of August are both good. Yankee Doodle Dixie looks interesting.

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  3. LOVE LOVE LOVING A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty!

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  4. Great books Jennifer. It was so nice outside today and it was sad becuase we had to spend most of it in a cold arena. I am so looking forward to the nicer, warmer weather. I am so not a winter person.

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  5. Ooh great selection! I loooved The Darlings and really want to read A Grown Up Kind Of Pretty and The Bridge of Scarlet Leaves!

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  6. Ooooh I can't wait to hear what you think of Yankee Doodle Dixie. I keep seeing it and wondering about it.

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  7. Those look interesting and some of the covers are lovely.

    Enjoy!

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  8. That's a lot of gorgeous books. I especially like the covers of Yankee Doodle Dixie and The Bridge of Scarlet Leaves.

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  9. Great set! I love the cover for A Grown Up Kind of Pretty. Enjoy!
    My IMM

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  10. Wow! You always have such cool-looking books that I've never heard of before but get wholly intrigued in after seeing them! Like Yankee Doodle Dixie -- it sounds like it'd be such a fun book! :)

    Awesome mailbox this week, Mrs. Q! I hope you enjoy all of your books!

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  11. Great books. I really want to check out A Grown-Up Kind of Pretty. I've seen a couple of reviews for it, and it sounds really interesting. Happy reading!

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  12. 70's this week here as well; it's actually kind of scary.

    You received some great new books. I want to read A Grown Up Kind of Pretty.

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  13. I have the Book of Lost Frangrances but would love to have all the others too. Barefoot in Baghdad and The Bridge of Scarlet Leaves are especially appealing.

    It's going to be 80 today in Ohio, in the middle of March!!!

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  14. Wow, you got some wonderful books this week for your reader. Looking forward to your thoughts on Bridge of Scarlet Leaves. Have a wonderful and warm week!

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  15. I LOVED The Darlings... even though I hate the whole premise of regular folk being swindled out of their life's work.. the novel was intriguing. Come see My Mailbox!

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  16. Love your mailbox! Aren't e-readers wonderful? I have my eye on the Joshilyn Jackson book, as well as The Darlings. Enjoy! And thanks for visiting my blog.

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  17. What a great selection! Several of these are on my wishlist!
    Happy Reading~
    Kimberly

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  18. Your mailbox is always so beautiful and colorful Jennifer! I particularly love the Bride of Scarlet Leaves even though the leaves/flowers are not in fact scarlet:)

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    1. A great mailbox, I'm reading The Darlings now.

      http://tributebooksmama.blogspot.com/2012/03/mailbox-monday_19.html

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  19. Nice assortment of books. And all with lovely covers. (I know, shouldn't be a cover snob). I haven't read any of these yet but a few are on my list.

    I think most of North America skipped spring and went to summer. We are having a gorgeous week here in the Midwest.

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  20. Great group of books, I have some, want the rest. I off to look for Yankee Doodle Dixie before I forget again. Have fun reading.

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  21. I really want to read Yankee Doodle Dixie and The Darlings, they both sound really good.

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  22. Hi Jennifer,

    What a great selection of books you have this week.

    All of them are new to me, although I have already bookmarked 'A Grown-Up Kind Of Pretty', as quite a few other bloggers have mentioned it and given it good reviews.

    The other one which particularly caught my eye was 'The Dry Grass Of August', which looks as though it could be quite emotional and disturbing in places.

    Enjoy all your books and have a good week

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  23. You had great week! Barefoot in Baghdad sounds very interesting. Hope you enjoy those :)

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  24. You had an amazing week! I am especially attracted to the new Jackson story and The Book of Lost Fragrances. Enjoy!

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  25. Wow there are a lot of beautiful new books in there! Enjoy!

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  26. You picked up some great sounding titles this week. I hope you enjoy them all.

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  27. I hope the good weather is here to stay too! Lots of great-looking books in your mailbox -- I hope you enjoy them all!

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  28. What a great looking mailbox. I've been coveting Bridge of Scarlet Leaves. Can't wait for your thoughts. Happy reading!

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  29. Yesterday, my family and I went biking down by the river. It was wonderful! Great mailbox. Looks like you're enjoying your ereader very much.

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  30. The Book of Lost Fragrances and The Darlings both sound good to me. I hope you enjoy all of your books!

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  31. It looks like you got a lot of fun ebooks! I've heard very good things about the Joshilyn Jackson book.

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  32. Ohh! Those e-shelves are very pretty. :D And so are the covers, no doubt. Together it gives me an extreme spring feeling! The Book of Lost Fragrances is the one intriguing me the most. Hope you enjoy. :D

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