Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came in their mailbox during the last week. It now has a permanent home at the Mailbox Monday blog.
It's the Queen's Birthday long weekend here in New South Wales and we have been experiencing some beautiful weather; chilly in the morning but lovely sunny days.
The Book Fairies have been celebrating Pride month by leaving selected book around the world for people to find and read. In Australia thanks to Allen & Unwin we have been leaving copies of Out! How to be your authentic self by Miles McKenna and Leave Me Alone: A Memoir of me, myself and Trish by Christian Hull. If you check out The Book Fairies on Instagram they have lots of photos posted. Below are photos of where I left the books.
During the last month my youngest child had her Uni graduation ceremony and although she has been teaching all year it was nice to have the ceremony and the acknowledgement of all their hard work.
My older daughter is getting married at the end of the year so we have been busy attending wedding expos and wedding dress shops.
Feedburner ( the system that delivers my updates by email) is closing in July so it was necessary to change to another system which I have completed last week.
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Books I've received and purchased over the last month
Received from Claire at Claire's Reads and Reviews.
The Orchardist's Daughter by Karen Viggers
The Goldminer's Sister by Alison Stuart
Picked up from the Op shop:
The Lawson Sisters by Janet Gover
Murder on Mustique by Anne Glenconner
Sent by publishers for review:
Good Indian Daughter by Ruhi Lee
138 Dates by Rebekah Campbell
Small Acts of Defiance by Michelle Wright
The Bombay Prince by Sujata Massey
You Had it Coming by B.M. Carroll