Mailbox Monday – August 22


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Merciless by Diana Palmer (Planned TV Arts)

I went to an Irish Festival on Friday night and met author Erin Hart. It was so hot/humid inside the tent I felt like I would melt but Ms. Hart was great and signed the three books I bought.

Haunted Ground by Erin Hart

Lake of Sorrows by Erin Hart

False Mermaid by Erin Hart

What was in your mailbox?

40 thoughts on “Mailbox Monday – August 22

  1. What fun to get autographed books! Sorry the weather was so hot though. I’ll have to check out the author. Have a good week and happy reading with your new books.


  2. Irish Fest sounds like fun. And even better there was a book signing! I haven’t read anything by Erin Hart but the descriptions sound like books I would enjoy.


  3. Mary you are so tall! I wish I could have your height – being 4 foot 10 inches with heels is a prime test of wits. I believe the air is different at my height so no doubt it must be from breathing all the smog at my level ;P

    PS Nice loot – have my eye on your Haunted Ground


      • what… you\re the shortest one??? Holy smokes! Tell me it’s the genes… DNA enhanced … what I would give to be the short one at 5 – 8 …. sighs 😉


  4. The Irish Festival sounds like fun and how nice to meet the author. The Erin Hart books sound interesting, I’ll look forward to your reviews.


  5. Irish Festival sounds like great fun. We always have The Renaissance Festival in Holly, Michigan every year and I think I will go this year to have a bit of fun and watch the jousting!! Isn’t it great fun to meet an author??? Her books look great!!! enjoy! 😀


  6. The Irish Festival sounds like fun. It’s too bad that the tent was too hot but I’m glad you still got to meet the author. What a fun experience! I have not heard of her before but I will be checking out her books now. I look forward to seeing what you think of her books.


  7. Thanks for visiting NotJUstReading this week. The Invisible Wall’d been on my wishlist for such a long time I no longer know what its about or why I wanted to read it. I’m not going to read the blurb till after I’ve finished it – I like letting a book stand on its own.


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