In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi, The Story Siren. This meme was began so we could all share what books we received the previous week ... whether it was in the mail, from the library or what we bought at a store.
I've had a pretty good week, this week. Here's what I've received:
Stan's Leap by Tom Duerig: I received this book from the author's publicist for review. The main concept of the story is about a couple who takes a vacation on a remote island and are stranded there with several other couples. I'm anxious to begin reading this to find out what happens to them!
A Rush of Wings by Kristen Heitzmann: This is one of three books I received from Bethany House Publishers for review. After reading the back cover, I've gathered that this story is about a woman running from her past and winds up at a horse ranch. While there, two brothers vie for her attention and affection as her past catches up with her.
Hatteras Girl by Alice J. Wisler: This is book two of the three books I received from Bethany House Publishers for review. The synopsis of this book is about Jackie, a reviewer of local business owners, who dreams of finding Mr. Right and owning her own business one day. She meets a man who holds the key to her dream of owning a business, and could possibly be Mr. Right, but the details she learns of his past make her wonder if she's on the right path to her future.
The Reflections of Light for Daily Living by Dr. Tiffany Brown: I received an ebook copy from the author's publicist. I will be hosting this author on her blog tour on Friday, November 12th.
"This book will provide daily tools to endure storms while dealing with haters and toxic friends all while grindin' to get to the next level of your life ... (this book) consists of a series of 365 daily passages or 'teachings' to help give you an inspirational boost to your day. While it is possible to read the passages straight through as you would a novel, think of the book as a collection of individual stories, each of which tells its own tale and can be approached one at a time." (Taken from the PublishAmerica website)