Monday, October 6, 2008

Mailbox Monday

I did not think that I was going to write about getting any books in the mail this week. Then on Saturday, I found a box at my front door. I forgot that I order some books from Harlequin. I bought two and got one free.

Unmasked by Nicola Cornick: about a lady Robin Hood

The Queen's Lady by Shannon Drake: about a lady in waiting to Mary, Queen of Scots

Scandalizing the Ton by Diane Gaston: about Lady Wexin a widow who is with child. The Question is who is the father.

They are all historical.

I also received a work related book in the mail. From Lullabies to Literature : Stories in the lives of Infants an Toddlers by Jennifer Birckmayer, Anne Kennedy, and Anne Stonehouse. I normal don't include work related books; but I found out today that the bosses want us teachers to read this book. They must have received it in the mail as well. So I have to put off my other reads until I finish this book.

Visit The Printed Page to see what others received in the mail.


Happy Reading

5 comments:

Shana @ Literarily said...

Lissa, I didn't know Harlequin did historical fiction. Those books sound good!

Ladytink_534 said...

All of your historicals sound cool. Especially Unmasked!

Marcia said...

Thanks for stopping by the 'Mailbox'. I agree with Shana those Harlequins do sound inviting.

Pabast said...

I hope that they are as good as they sound.

I would say that they are historical romance more than a historical fiction.

Lisa

literatehousewife said...

After having just finished The Other Queen, I'll be interested in what you have to say about The Queen's Lady.