Monday, November 16, 2009

Mailbox Monday - November 16, 2009




Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page. If you'd like to join in, stop by Marcia's and leave a link - or just browse through the comments to see what new books have been showing up.



Ivy & Bean

From the publisher for review and Blog Tour






Runt Farm Book 1
Under New Management

From Author Marketing Experts, Inc. for review.







Runt Farm Book 2
Beatrice and Blossom

From Author Marketing Experts, Inc. for review.





Scarecrow Finds a Friend

From Author Marketing Experts, Inc. for review.







The Possibility of Everything

from Pump Up Your Book Promotion for Blog Tour








Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe - Audiobook

from Hachette Book Group for review.






Brief Interviews with Hideous Men - Audiobook

From Hachette Book Group for review.

10 comments:

gautami tripathy said...

All look like sweet books.

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Maria said...

Great books! The runt farm ones look so cute. Happy Reading!:)

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bermudaonion said...

I've heard the Marilyn Monroe book is well done, so I'll be interested to see what you think.

Zibilee said...

Some of these look really good! I'm especially interested in hearing what you think about the Monroe book. Great mailbox this week!

Alyce said...

I'd like to read (or listen to) the Marilyn Monroe book at some point. The Hideous Men book has me very curious with the title.

Dar said...

I've always been fascinated by Marilyn Monroe. I bet that'll be a great one to listen to.

Anna said...

Enjoy your new books! I'm on the Ivy & Bean tour, too, but I forgot to include that book in my post. Oops! Well, there's always next week. ;)

--Anna
Diary of an Eccentric

Jill said...

The Marilyn Monroe one is on my TBR list. I can't wait to read a review of it!

Jen - devourer of books said...

I'm interested to see what you think of The Possibility of Everything, I really love the cover!

Anonymous said...

I adore Ivy and Bean! So much fun.

And I once got to stay at a tiny motel in Palm Springs where Marilyn used to stay. Very private with an adobe wall all the way around and a sweet little inner court yard with a pool.

Hey, those Runt Farm books are darling. I've got a couple of nieces and nephews who will eat those right up.

Thanks for the tips!
Auntie Ellen