Another week has gone by, and it's time for my favorite meme: Mailbox Monday, hosted by Marcia on her blog The Printed Page. If you're thinking of joining in, or if you're just insatiably curious about all those books, glorious books that bloggers are receiving in their mailboxes each week, I'll tell you what you should do:
See that redhead over there to the left? Click on her, and she'll take you right to the heart of this week's action. Thanks so much for hosting this, Marcia!
This past week was another slow week for book arrivals here at Casa Kittling. I sent two books out to new Paperback Swap (PBS) foster homes, and found two in my mailbox. This will probably be the last slow week for a while because I have several books on my Paperback Swap wish list that have turned up, and they're winging their way to me as I type.
What two books did I get last week? Let's take a look!
- Miles to Go, A Rennie Vogel Intrigue by Amy Dawson Robertson. (Author requested review.) "Rennie has devoted her life and body to training as an FBI counter terrorism operative. The brutal pace has slowly stripped away her private life until only the most fleeting contacts with other women are possible. When her ambition of being the first woman ever considered to join CT3 is finally realized, she pushes herself to the limit to earn the position.When one disaster after another befalls her, Rennie finds herself abandoned. Only then does she begin to unravel the misdirection and deceit that surrounds their first assignment, and to wonder if her failure, not her success, was part of the plan. Ultimately, with miles of an inhospitable landscape and an ambiguous enemy between her and safety, Rennie must decide if she can trust the one thing she never has before: another woman."
- Read, Remember, Recommend: A Reading Journal for Book Lovers by Rachelle Rogers Knight. (Request from publicist.) "This journal leads you on a personal journey through the best loved and most highly acclaimed fiction and literature of all times. This 236-page spiral bound journal encourages you to read and interact with the greatest and most intriguing books and establish intimate relationships with your favorite writers and fellow book lovers."