Mailbox Monday

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Mailbox 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.

Has anyone had enough snow to make a mailbox look like this?

How is everyone doing with this quickly moving January?

I feel like burrowing into some good books and letting the world slide by.

Tell us about your new books by adding your Mailbox Monday post to the linky below:

Be sure to stop back later this week for Books That Caught Our Eye.

10 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday

    • I go “brrrr” just thinking of that much snow and the cold that goes with it. 🙂
      I do enjoy looking for fun mailbox images. Thanks for being a faithful participate in MM, Mary!

  1. The north of England and Scotland usually get most of the snow, however a storm system slipped south yesterday, giving all of us a couple of inches, so even I could have made your mailbox then – that’s if I had ventured out into the freezing temperatures!

    Now it is just icy cold and freezing, as none of the roads have been gritted because of Covid, so let’s just hope there are no accidents!

    I am staying locked up inside until my vaccine date comes around and then another 12 weeks until the second jab! That should safely take me into warmer weather 🙂

    • That icy cold doesn’t sound good. I am glad that you are staying in and safe. (We get our second jab February 10.) Enjoying some reading while your stay warm inside.

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