Mailbox Monday


mailboxsqurrielMailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came in their mailbox during the last week. Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists.

Many of us in the Midwestern and Eastern US are still buried under mountains of snow and are hoping the mail carrier will be able to find our mailboxes this week! Hopefully some of you are in places that are sunny, warm and snow-free.

Join us by adding your Mailbox Monday post to the linky below:

On Wednesday I’ll be posting Books That Caught Our Eye. Serena, Vicki and I will each share 2 books that grabbed our attention from today’s Mailbox Monday posts. We encourage you to share the books that caught your eye in the comments.

12 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday

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  2. Hi Leslie,

    Some of us are just buried under rivers of water and sewerage, here in the UK! They do say that an Englishman’s home is his castle … well many here now have their own designer moats to go with it!!

    Luckily, although our town is in the v at the bottom of two steep hills, with a river running through it, our house is at the top of one of the hills, so we have luckily been quite unaffected by events.

    Here’s to a warm Sping to come …. and very soon please!


  3. We have tons of snow in the nation’s capital and you can bet the government shutdown! Wish I could have said the same for my work…no snow days for me, even though there were about 17 inches outside my house…it’s headed for a melt later this week, though…with our coming 50 degree temps and higher.

  4. Portland got crazy snow last week, but now we are having a week of heavy rain — we will all have moats too!

    I love the squirrel picture!

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