Happy Monday!! Mailbox Monday is hosted by Marcia at The Printed Page. We share what books that we found in our mailboxes last week. I also include books I have bought. Here’s what I received:

  • Edgar Allan Poe – The Raven
  • William Shakespeare – Macbeth
  • William Shakespeare – The Two Gentlemen of Verona
  • William Shakespeare – The Tragedy of Julius Ceasar
  • William Shakespeare – As You Like It
  • William Shakespeare – Hamlet
  • Louisa May Alcott – Behind a Mask
  • Charles Dickens – Sketches of Young Gentlemen
  • Charles Dickens – The Seven Poor Travellers
  • Charles Dickens – The Cricket on the Hearth
  • Charles Dickens – Doctor Marigold
  • Charles Dickens – Sunday Under Three Heads
  • Charles Dickens – The Old Curiosity Shop
  • Charles Dickens – Hunted Down
  • Charles Dickens – American Notes for General Circulation
  • Charles Dickens – Mudfog and Other Sketches
  • Charles Dickens – Barnaby Rudge
  • Charles Dickens – Reprinted Pieces
  • Charles Dickens – Bleak House
  • Charles Dickens – The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices
  • Charles Dickens – The Uncommercial Traveller
  • Charles Dickens – Mugby Junction
  • Charles Dickens – Master Humphrey’s Clock
  • Charles Dickens – Mrs. Lirriper’s Lodgings
  • Charles Dickens – The Pickwick Papers
  • Charles Dickens – Great Expectations
  • Charles Dickens – Speeches: Literary and Social
  • Charles Dickens – The Battle of Life
  • Charles Dickens – A Message from the Sea
  • Charles Dickens – The Mystery of Edwin Drood
  • Charles Dickens – Oliver Twist
  • Charles Dickens – Going into Society
  • Charles Dickens – George Silverman’s Explanation
  • Charles Dickens – The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby
  • Charles Dickens – Hard Times
  • Charles Dickens – The Lamplighter
  • Charles Dickens – Our Mutual Friend
  • Charles Dickens – A Tale of Two Cities
  • Charles Dickens – Sketches of Young Couples
  • Charles Dickens – Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
  • Charles Dickens – A Child’s History of England
  • Charles Dickens – Tom Tiddler’s Ground
  • Charles Dickens – Little Dorrit
  • Charles Dickens – Dombey and Son
  • Charles Dickens – Somebody’s Luggage
  • Charles Dickens – The Perils of Certain English Prisoners
  • Charles Dickens – Mrs. Lirriper’s Legacy
  • Charles Dickens – Pictures From Italy
  • Charles Dickens – No Thoroughfare
  • Charles Dickens – Sketches by Boz
  • Charles Dickens – To Be Read at Dusk
  • Charles Dickens – The Chimes
  • Charles Dickens – The Wreck of the Golden Mary
  • Charles Dickens – David Copperfield

These are some of the free books I got with my Sony Reader (I got 100 free books). The Louisa May Alcott book was not free, I got it because I need to read it for a challenge.

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About Belleza

I got the name Bella because my grandfather called me Suzabell. I use that as a username and my friends on the site started calling me Bella. Thus was born: Bella Foxx's Life, now known as "just a city girl" since I have made the big jump from the country and am now living in the City, UES. I like to make jewelry (check out my blog "Bella is creative" started April 17, 2008) and write. I like to do cross stitch and knit. I sew, I don't really enjoy it, but I enjoy the clothes. I like to read the Bible, books, magazines, online newspaper articles, blogs, jokes on candy wrappers, ads on the subway, billboards, backs of food boxes, lists of ingredients and recipes, cleaning directions, sayings on shirts. I post my reviews on "Just a girl, living, reading, watching, and writing", on Shelfari, Library Thing and Goodreads.. I am allergic to practically everything: grass, trees, weeds, animal dander, dust, mold, wheat, apples, nuts, fish and coconut. The fish and coconut are so serious I carry an Epi-pen and wear a Medic-Alert bracelet. And last but not least. I love the Yankees.

3 responses

  1. Toni says:

    wow.. ENJOY… You select a wallop of classics..right on!

  2. Anna says:

    100 free books!?! That’s awesome. I haven’t read much Dickens, so you’ll have to let me know which ones you like best.–Anna< HREF="http://diaryofaneccentric.blogspot.com/" REL="nofollow">Diary of an Eccentric<>

  3. Blodeuedd says:

    That was sure a lot of Dickens 😀I do confess that I still haven’t read any Dickens