~Mailbox Monday / In My Mailbox~

Marcia at The Printed Page created and Hosted this on Mondays. As of Aug Mailbox Mondays are hosted by other blogs for the duration of a month each. August Host is Chick Loves Lit Check out the current host for more info and to read what other participants are saying plus leave your own links for the current week. While you’re at it also drop by The Story Siren for a similar meme – In My Mailbox which is also a Monday Feature.

Reviews will go up as I get to the books. In the meantime click bookcovers or titles to read more. Don’t forget to check out author sites too.

Amish Proverbs by Suzanne Woods Fisher
Revell (August 1, 2010)
This is a quick fun read that would also make a great accent to your living room, den, family room et al when kept on a side table, coffee table or elsewhere. The short wise sayings can provide a handy conversation starter too. Thanks to Revell for a review copy and giveaway copy.
(ISBN#9780800719531, 208pp, $13.99)

Licensed For Trouble (P J Sugar #3) by Susan May Warren
Tyndale House (July 2, 2010)
A favorite author gives readers one last chance to follow this female P I on one of her crazy sleuthing expeditions, the only difference is this “want to be” has actually become a legitimate detective. Thanks to Tyndale for a review copy.
(ISBN#9780800719531, 208pp, $13.99)

Job Well Done (Berenstain Bears) by Jan & Mike Berenstain
Zonderkidz (April 9, 2010)
A Memorable Childhood Icon which will carry with it sweet dreams and reminiscences for those of us children at heart and create valuable memories of time spent together for a new generation of youngsters. What’s even better is that these enticing stories bring values and life lessons to the central place that many fear our modern society has crowded out. Stories for the entire family to enjoy along with pictures and phrases that will inhabit the minds of our little ones for years to come has been reintroduced to today’s generation of pre-schooolers. The Berenstains have also entered the 21st century with their own website to continue the adventures started by the words and pictures on the written page. Thanks to Zonderkidz for a review copy and for bringing back beloved childhood friends for the entire family in a quality read that all ages can enjoy.
(ISBN#9780310712541, 32pp, $3.99)

Soul Custody by Stephen W Smith
David C. Cook (August 1, 2010)
David Cook has always provided quality reading for many ages and tastes. I look forward to this non-fiction read for a break in the toppling fiction TBR. Thanks to TBB Media for a review copy.
(ISBN#9781434764720, 224pp, $14.99)

It’s Not About Him (Second Glances #2) by Michelle Sutton
Sheaf House (September 1, 2009)
Sutton has continued the story where her debut novel, It’s Not About Me, left off. I look forward to seeing how God continues to bless the characters readers met in that earlier volume. Thanks to the author for a review copy.
(ISBN#9780979748578, 321pp, $12.99)

The Confirmation (follow-up to Dark Horse copyright 2008) by Ralph Reed
Fidelis (September 15, 2010)
I’m familiar with a number of B & H fiction authors but despite the apparent popularity of his first volume, he is a new author to me. Political Suspense is also a new Genre to me. Thanks to B & H for an advance review copy.
(ISBN#9781433669248, 408pp, $15.99)

The Snowflake by Jamie Carie
B&H Books (October 1, 2010)
Speaking of B & H here’s another of their upcoming fiction releases. While this is an author I know and love, this is the first novella I have seen from her. The previous titles of hers that I am aware of are full length fiction. Thank to B & H for an advance review copy.
(ISBN#9781433669361, 240pp, $14.99)

The Gift of Courage (Berenstain Bears) by Mike and Jan Berenstain
Zonderkidz (April 9, 2010)
Another Berenstain story released for a new generation of kids. Thanks to Zonderkidz for a a review copy.
(ISBN#9780310712565, 32pp, $3.99)

Georgia’s Kitchen by Jenny Nelson
Gallery (August 3, 2010)
Thanks to Gallery for a review copy.
(ISBN#9781439173336, 336pp, $15.00)

In addition to the new titles above I received finished copies of Havah by Tosca Lee, A Shore Thing by Julie Carobini, and Fear No Evil by Robin Caroll all courtesy of B & H Publishing.


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