Mailbox Monday Edition
Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week. Mailbox Monday now has a permanent home on its blog. Link up to share your MM.
Free Kindle books:
This topic fascinates me
What I reviewed and/or featured last week:
Accessible Fine Dining - The Art of Creating Exciting Food in Your Everyday Kitchen by Noam Kostucki, with Chef Quentin Villers (Book Spotlight, Author Interview and Giveaway!)
Marine (Halley's Casino Book 2) by Mark JG Fahey (Review and Giveaway!)
This follow-up to the first book was good!
The WHAMO Effect: Writing a Sci-fi Comedy Series (Guest Post by Russ Colchamiro)
Easy to read. I think everyone should read this book
Stop by and enter my giveaways!
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Hope you all have a great reading week.
The Blue Zones looks interesting!ReplyDelete
I'm really curious about this one.Delete
The Aging Brain does look like a must read. Enjoy your latest.ReplyDelete
All of your books look inspirational. Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.ReplyDelete
Interesting you should say that. I do feel like I'm looking for inspiration. :-)Delete
I read something similar to the Aging Brain. It sounds like you had a good week, and I wish you more of the same!ReplyDelete
I'm glad you had a good week and got to spend time with your mother-in-law. We have a few friends with dementia so I know that can be challenging. Enjoy your new books!ReplyDelete
Ooh Marine looks fun! And The Blue Zones does sound interesting, I agree!ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great week, and stay warm- looks like winter is here!
Can’t wait to read your review of The Blue Zones. It does sound interesting.ReplyDelete
Enjoy all your books. The Blue Zones sounds interesting. I'm off to visit your Accessible Fine Dining post.ReplyDelete
I have The Wren on my TBR - looks good. The Blue Zone sounds interesting. Hope you stay warm. Happy Reading!ReplyDelete
Looks like some good books, Laura.ReplyDelete
Have a good week.
I've read about the Blue Zone before and also find it fascinating. Several members of my family have lived into their late 90s. We always figured it was good genetics, but it looks like there is more to it than that.ReplyDelete