In My Mailbox – Week 3

“In my Mailbox” is a weekly meme I spotted on The Story Siren Blog. Read all about the fine details to take part.

This last week has been fairly quiet as I’ve not been very well. I have had another cold which developed into a chest infection and a very painful ear which lead to more antibiotics. I therefore spent some time reading and blogging, and did not go out until Saturday and did not make my planned visit to the library.

Last Friday in the post a book arrived for my Mum, which was a present as part of her birthday present. Family Ties by Danielle Steele. So, whilst not strictly my book, it did arrive through my letterbox!
As a reward for going to the dreaded supermarket I selected two books
  1. A perfect Proposal by Katie Fforde
  2. The Double Comfort Safari Club by Alexander McCall Smith
On the way home I nipped into the local library, taking advantage of one of the two late nights.I didn’t really need any reading material, but didn’t manage to make it and left with
  1. The Step-mothers support group by Sam Baker
  2. 9th Judgement by James Patterson – how could I resist?

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, Pharos Tutor, lover of Books & History, Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, avid note taker and journal writer.
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1 Response to In My Mailbox – Week 3

  1. Dizzy C says:

    Those supermarket books are like sweets for the kids. Should not be put near the end of the shop when we are weary and fed up and just want to get home. 🙂



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