Sep 27, 2009

Mailbox Monday #49


Welcome to another Mailbox Monday, sponsored by Marcia at The Printed Page, on Sunday.

I had a slow week until the National Book Festival happened!  Yes, I lose all self-control.  First, let's check out the books I received in my mailbox, and then I'll show you all the National Book Festival goodies.



1.  Perfect Timing by Jill Mansell



2.  Set Your Compass True by Signe Bergstrom



3.  The Day the Falls Stood Still by Cathy Marie Buchanan (which I reviewed; this copy is for a giveaway)



4.  The Company by K.J. Parker



5.  Titanic's Last Secrets by Brad Matsen

Ok, now for the National Book Festival goodies:

6.  The Pocket U.S. Constitution (I actually got this at the U.S. Capitol because I've always wanted one)



7.  How to Read a Poem by Edward Hirsch



8.  The Things They Carried by Tim O'Brien



9.  Going After Cacciato by Tim O'Brien



10.  Say Uncle by Kay Ryan



11.  Blood Dazzler by Patricia Smith

12.  Poetry Out Loud Anthology

What did you get in your mailbox?  What did you get at the National Book Festival, if you were there? 

I may get other books since I am headed to the Baltimore Book Festival today.  But those will be in the next mailbox.


16 comments:

Blodeuedd said...

Can I say awesome :)
Yup it is, great mailbox there

Sandy Nawrot said...

Wow! I would not want to have to pick which one I was going to read first! Hope you had a great time at National Book Festival!

Julie P. said...

Wow! Great week. I'm so glad you enjoyed the National Book Festival!

Jonita said...

Wow! Great haul there, and happy reading!!!! I can't wait to hear what you think about the Jill Mansell book :)

Kailana said...

Good pile of books! I hope you enjoy them. I hope to read The Day the Falls Stood Still sometime this week...

Cara Powers said...

Sorry to miss you at dinner Saturday night. I loved The Things They Carried. My review is at http://oohbooks.blogspot.com/2009/07/review-things-they-carried-by-tim.html

Literary Feline said...

I bet the National Book Festival was like walking into a treasure trove filled with books. :-) It looks like you selected quite a few good ones. I really want to read The Things They Carried. I had given my father a copy of that many years ago for his birthday and he loved it, but I still haven't read it.

She said...

Paula Deen's signature!

National Book Festival was amazing! Too bad there was so much rain!!!

bermudaonion said...

What a great week you had! I'm going to quiz you on the Constitution the next time I see you!

gautami tripathy said...

Wonderful mailbox. But then you read good books!

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Iliana said...

What a bounty! I have that Poetry Out Loud anthology and it's wonderful. There's nothing like hearing spoken poetry.

I'll be looking forward to your review of How to Read a Poem. That should be an interesting book.

Jenners said...

Only a book blogger would call 5 books in the mail slow!

Care said...

wow! hope you had a blast at all the book-festivities!

Anna said...

Great week! I'm jealous of the Tim O'Brien and Jill Mansell books.

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

reviewsbylola said...

Looks like you got some great books! I really want to read The Day the Falls Stood Still.

reviewsbylola said...

Looks like you got some great books! I really want to read The Day the Falls Stood Still.