Monday, 25 October 2021

Mailbox Monday: October 25th

Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came in their mailbox during the last week (or month). It now has a permanent home at the Mailbox Monday Blog.

 Happy Monday
It was so good to finally celebrate Freedom Day for New South Wales Australia.  We were allowed to have 10 visitors to our house which was just enough have our children and their partners visit to celebrate our youngest son's 30th Birthday.

 I've also been enjoying trips to the local shops and actually sitting down and having a coffee. The simple pleasures. 😀
The Prevention Australia virtual walk was held yesterday. It is a 10km walk to raise money for breast cancer trials. It has been lots of fun over the last 6 weeks training for our 10km walk.


 Jay found the perfect place to wait out the small shower of rain during our play at the park.

 I found this gorgeous Christmas decoration at Myer.
Book Fairies all over the world hid copies of Pony by R J Palacio on publication date. This is one of my books waiting to be found.


Books I've received and purchased over the last month.
Snotlings by Tarryn Mallick
Who Sleuthed it? edited by Lindy Cameron
The Fossil Hunter by Tea Cooper
Summer of Serenity by Nicola Marsh (linked to my review)
Her Heart for a Compass by Sarah Ferguson Duchess of York
Unforgiven by Sarah Barrie
Deception Creek by Fleur McDonald
Midnight in the Snow by Karen Swan
Mercy by David Baldacci
Larrimah by Caroline Graham & Kylie Stevenson 
Do any of the above peak your interest? What has arrived in your mailbox lately? 


  1. Happy Freedom day to you and your community!
    You've shared some great images!
    Great book haul. So many interesting books and some with fun titles. I hope you have a fun week and lots of good reading!

    1. Thanks Martha. It has been wonderful being able to visit family again and sit down and have a coffee. Simple pleasures.

  2. So great to hear things are opening up a bit for you. Hope it continues. Have a lovely week and enjoy your reading!