In My Mailbox (3)

In My Mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren, and is a way for everyone to show off their new books for the week, including those bought, swapped, won, or received for review.

Swapped:

It Ain't All About the Cookin' by Paula Deen


I've been wanting this autobiography for quite some time, have any of you read it? Can't wait to start reading!

Next up, a blast from the past! I'm so excited to have swapped not one but two classic Sunfire teen romances this week! If you have never read a Sunfire romance, you are missing out!! They are classic teen romances from the 80s/early 90s each set in a different historical time period, with a strong teen heroine and two handsome young men vying for her heart!


Diana by Mary Francis Shura



Merrie by Vivian Schurfranz


What did you receive in your mailbox this week??

28 comments

  1. LOve Paula Deen! Enjoy the books. I had a good mailbox week too.

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  2. I like the covers, very nice.
    Enjoy reading the books you got.

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  3. I love Paula Deen. She is amazing!
    Enjoy your reading. :)

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  4. Thank you, Sheila, Nina, and Milka!! I'm going to check out your mailboxes now!

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  5. Yep, I got lots of Pride and Prejudice this week. I've been wanting to see those old P&P adaptations for such a long time and now I finally ordered them. I watched the 1940s one during the weekend and I must say that it was pretty funny! :DD

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  6. I had completely forgotten about the Sunfire romance books. I adored them as a teen, and they're probably the reason I still love historical fiction so much. I can't wait to see how you like them now!

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  7. Nomadreader, aren't Sunfires the best?? I'm glad to find someone else who loves them as much as I do!

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  8. They don't really sound like my thing, but I hope you enjoy them!

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  9. Interesting books :) hope you enjoy x

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  10. Enjoy reading!
    The romances seem fun!

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  11. i LOVE the Sunfire. I just recently got the rest of the books and now I have all of them on my shelves. I scoured used bookstores, PaperBackSwap, and used stores online. Granted, I haven't read all of them but I most definitely enjoyed the ones I did read when I was a kid. These need to be put back into print! Happy reading!

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  12. Paula Deen! Hope you enjoy your books, they all look really interesting.

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  13. Good looking books this week. I love Paula Deen. She has some interesting recipes. Happy reading.

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  14. What a pretty blog. :-) Happy reading!

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  15. Thank you so much for your comments, everyone!

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  16. Ohh, Diana and Merrie look very blast-from-the-past, in a good way. Enjoy! :)

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  17. Paula Deen is really something else, isn't she? Enjoy your books!

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  18. Thanks for commenting, Jenn and Alexia!

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  19. i'm gonna have to check out the sunfire series. the teen historical romance series that i liked awhile ago is The Brides of Wildcat County by Jude Watson.

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  20. Paula Deen always makes me smile. I'm sure her book will do the same for you!

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  21. Those last 2 sounds fun, I do love romances :)

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  22. Thanks so much!

    vvb32reads, I've read those too! They are great, and if you like those books, you will love Sunfires!

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  23. I LOVE Paula!
    She rocks.
    I swear I want to have her over one dinner one day. Can't wait for your review.

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  24. Seriously a blast from the past! I loved the Sunfire books when I was younger...they are awesome books. :)

    Thank you for dropping by my blog! Have a Merry Christmas.

    ~ Lori

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Thanks so much for your lovely comments!