Sunday, March 6, 2016

Mailbox Monday (128)

It's another Sunday. But lucky for me, I don't have work tomorrow! Instead I'll be in New Orleans recovering from tonight's Nick Carter concert. I can't wait, but first, here's a look at my Mailbox Monday, sharing the books I've picked up recently.
Mailbox Monday
For Review from TLC Book Tours
America's First Daughter By Stephanie Dray & Laura Kamoie
This is a historical fiction about Thomas Jefferson's daughter. It's one I've actually already read and reviewed. As for the short version, I loved it and felt I learned a lot reading it.

From PJ Library
It's Tu B'Shevat by Edie Stolz Zolkower
This is a cute picture book on Tu B'Shevat, which is the birthday of the trees. Think of it as Earth Day for Jews. To give you an idea on how behind I am in sharing book, Tu B'Shevat was back in January. Although it's not entirely my fault since the book was late arriving as well.

From Paperback Swap
Wedding Night by Sophie Kinsella
I used to be obsessed with Kinsella's books and buy them all the week they came out. Clearly not the case anymore since this first came out in 2013. But I think at this point there's only one or two of her books that I haven't read, so I'm catching back up.

The Dark Rose by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles
Another book I've already read, although still need to review. It's the second book in The Morland Dynasty Series. It takes place during King Henry VIII's reign. I don't think I liked it as much as the first, but still enough to keep reading.

150 Pounds by Kate Rockland
To be honest, the reason I want to read this book has nothing to do with the plot. Instead it's that the main character has my name, Shoshanah, although she spells hers without an h on the end. Although even so, it does look like a cute chick lit book, so I'm sure I'll have fun with it.

What did you find in your mailbox this week?


  1. That's a great Tu B'Shevat book!

  2. What a great variety of books! I love historical fiction so those books caught my eye, but the others look great too. Enjoy your reading week!

  3. Wedding Night wasn't my favorite Kinsella, but it still had its cute and funny moments. I hope you enjoy it too! :) Happy reading!

  4. Mmmm, I love historical fiction too, and America's First Daughter looks cool!

  5. Have fun at the concert and in N'Awlins! Enjoy your new books!

  6. I've read a few Kinsella books, but I haven't read Wedding Night. Enjoy your books

  7. I like the Dark Rose.

    Have a wonderful week.

    Silver's Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  8. I'm curious about America's First Daughter. I still haven't read any Dray's books. Enjoy your new books!

  9. I really love our PJ library books. We have a good collection built up already!