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Mailbox Monday #41

It’s another full mailbox this week at Savvy Verse & Wit. It always amazes me how many books make it into my home each week.

Here’s what came last week:

1. Eye of the Whale by Douglas Carlton Abrams; the author graciously sent me this novel and I am thrilled to review another of his books. If you missed my review of the Lost Diary of Don Juan, check it out.

2. A Summer Affair by Elin Hilderbrand, which I won at All About {n}. If you haven’t checked out Nely’s blog you should.

3. The Condition by Jennifer Haigh for the August Book Club Girl August 18 show.

4. Carta Marina: A Poem in Three Parts by Ann Fisher-Wirth, which I received from the poet for review in October.

5. Searching for Pemberley by Mary Simonsen from Sourcebooks for review in November/December.

6. Willoughby’s Return by Jane Odiwe from Sourcebooks for review in October/November. If you missed my review of Odiwe’s Lydia Bennet’s Story, check it out.

7. The Waker’s Corridor by Jonathan Thirkield, which I received from the American Academy of Poets. This book of poems received the Walt Whitman Award in 2008.

8. Wait Until Twilight by Sang Pak from the author for review in August.

9. Hush Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick, a young adult novel from Simon & Schuster for review in October.

10. A Rotten Person Travels the Caribbean by Gary Buslik from the author for review in September.

What did you get in your mailbox?