Finally, the ARCs have stopped coming after two months of not requesting any. I will still write reviews of literary fiction when I can, or tag reviews when I can't do full reviews, and guests reviews.
I did get one book in the mail this week:
Going Down South by Bonnie J. Glover
Won at J. Kaye's Book Blog, thank you J. Kaye.
I noticed that I've been at Bookmooch for two years now and have sent out 301 books, while mooching 414. My husband was happy to hear about the 301 outgoing, he didn't think to ask about traffic the other way.
None came in from Bookmooch this week, also a first, so the outgoing books are:
Breaking and Entering: New and selected poems by Len Gasparini
The Impossible Promised Land: Poems new and selected Seymour Mayne
These are both Canadian poetry and are on their way to the US.
The Empress of Pleasure: The Life and Adventures of Teresa Cornelys, Queen of Masquerades and Casanova's Lover by Judith Summers
(The stuff some people give you when they know you read books), it's on it's way to the UK.
Past acquisitions from Bookmooch:
The Justification of Johann Gutenberg by Blake Morrison
98 Reasons For Being by Clare Dudman
Four Meals by Meir Shalev
The Character of Rain***** by Amelie Nothomb
My Bookmooch ID is Sandra F. I mail internationally, often by least expensive rate. If you are willing to send to Canada and books do not smell of cigarette smoke leave me your id (or email it) and I'll look at your inventory.
If no books arrive in any given week, in lieu of Mailbox Monday I'll do Short Story Monday, hosted by John at The Book Mine Set. "Review a single short story, a collection of short stories, or even try your hand at writing your very own. Basically, any short story themed post would work."
What goodies came into your house last week?