Sunday, April 24, 2011

Weekly Wrap 042411

The first part of this feature is inspired by The Story Siren's "In My Mailbox" posts.  Let me show you the books that I've come across in one way or another for the past week. 

Who Will Care When You're Not There? Estate Planning for Pet Owners  Instant Influence: How to Get Anyone to Do Anything--Fast 
 Queen By Right: A Novel America Pacifica: A Novel

Thank you to Carob Tree Press, Hachette Books and Touchstone

 A Gentleman Never Tells In the Heat of the Bite Just One Season in London

Thank you to Sourcebooks Casablanca

The second part of this post is to show you what happened here in the last week and give you an idea of what is scheduled (so far) for next week. 

Last Week

Open Giveaways

Roxanne St. Clair prize package (4/30)
Never a Gentleman (5/5)


Never A Gentleman
Mary of Carisbrooke
The Coffins of Little Hope
Finding Emilie


Sourcebooks' British Babes Book Brigade is having an awesome contest this week to celebrate and build up to the Royal Wedding!  They are offering three fantastic prize packages EACH DAY that will include wedding mementos and books from some of their awesome authors.  Be sure to go and check it out now as the contest starts tomorrow (Monday).  Good luck!

Next Week.....

Demons Are a Girl's Best Friend Elizabeth and the Prince of Spain (Elizabeth I Trilogy) The Return of Black Douglas
 The Trouble with Mr. Darcy: Pride and Prejudice continues... (Pride & Prejudice Continues) 13 Little Blue Envelopes
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1 comment:

  1. That's informative and inspiring!
    Thanks for your kind sharing.


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