Susan’s Book Talk: Monday Mailbox Tally


Yeah, I’ve been talking about books I didn’t write more than I’ve been sharing my own fiction of late. That’s okay ’cause my nose is still pressed firmly to the grindstone and I KNOW you guys are going to dig what I’m at work on. Promise.

So let’s talk books this week, shall we? On Monday, I found that my friend Megan, of Leafing Through Life, sent me a book from my wishlist (the shorter one posted at BookCrossing, not the 2000 or so I’ve got in an Excel file). It’s Dinner with Anna Karenina, and it was written by Gloria Goldreich.

I love wish list books. And I love seeing them show up in my PO Box even more.

I’m still on the prowl for books about rock stars, and another one found its way to me this week: What the Librarian Did, written by Karina Bliss.

This will NOT linger on the TBR mountains for very long. Promise. Keep an eye on Rocks and Reads for the review.

In the meantime, check out The Printed Page and The Story Siren for more Mailbox Monday/In My Mailbox and see what others are intending to read.


1 Comment

  1. Kim V

    March 1, 2010 9:16 am

    I really enjoyed Dinner with Anna Karenina when I read it a year or two ago. It also introduced me to a few books I decided to read too (I would never have read The Lottery otherwise). Hope you enjoy it too & good luck with the writing!

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