Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came in their mailbox during the last week.
Warning: Mailbox Monday can lead to envy, toppling TBR piles and humongous wish lists. ;-)
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~ here are the newest review books in my house ~
~ here are the newest books in my house ~
Paws and Claws Mysteries, 2014, ebook
Holly Miller doesn’t believe in spirits, but the Sugar Maple Inn is filled with guests who do. The TV series in development, Apparition Apprehenders, has descended on Wagtail’s annual Halloween festivities to investigate supernatural local legends, and Holly has her hands full showing the ghost hunters a scary-fun time.
But the frights turn real when Holly’s Jack Russell, Trixie, and kitten, Twinkletoes, find a young woman drowned in the Wagtail Springs Hotel’s bathhouse—the spot of the town’s most infamous haunting. The crime scene is eerily similar to the creepy legend, convincing Holly that the death wasn’t just accidental. Now she’ll have to race to catch a flesh-and-blood killer—before someone else in town gives up the ghost . . .
The Body Book by Cameron Diaz, Sandra Bark (The Body Book) health/fitness, 2013, hardcover
The Law of Hunger, the Science of Strength, and Other Ways to Love Your Amazing Body
Grounded in science and informed by real life, The Body Book offers a comprehensive overview of the human body and mind, from the cellular level up. From demystifying and debunking the hype around food groups to explaining the value of vitamins and minerals, readers will discover why it’s so important to embrace the instinct of hunger and to satisfy it with whole, nutrient-dense foods. Cameron also explains the essential role of movement, the importance of muscle and bone strength and why we need to sweat a little every day.
The Body Book does not set goals to reach in seven days or thirty days or a year. It offers a holistic, long-term approach to making consistent choices and reaching the ultimate goal: a long, strong, happy, healthy life.
Beginning Judo by Jeff McCall
nonfiction/sports, 2015, ebook-2nd edition
The Ultimate Guide to Starting Judo
Getting started in Judo can be daunting. But training martial arts is one of the most beneficial things I've ever done, mentally and physically, but getting over the beginner's hump was where a chunk of those benefits come from.
(Not sure how "ultimate" it is but it seems to have a lot of info packed into 50 pages and it was free)
I haven't received any review books, won any contests or received any books as a gift. I have added several free ones that don't make this list, I've pinned them here.
What are you Reading?
A weekly Monday meme hosted by Shelia at Book Journey. Post what you read last week and what you're planning to read this week then link to Shelia's post. Then visit others and be prepared to add to your TBR pile!
Added "caregiver" to my schedule last week and even though I had planned a couple of reviews, I needed comfort reading. Still, I couldn't concentrate on just one book and finished nothing.
Myth and Magic by Mae Clair
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