In My Mailbox #28

In My Mailbox is a weekly meme hosted by Kristi at The Story Siren.

Just click on the covers to go to the Goodreads blurb about each title.

For review: 

Misfits and HeroesSet in 12,000 BC, it follows a group of accidental explorers from west Africa who are swept across the ocean in a hurricane and find themselves facing a whole new world on the other side.

Netgalley:

I stumbled across some great rural romance titles from Aussie authors published with Penguin, I will read these in conjunction with the Australian Women Writer’s Challenge. A couple of them haven’t released covers yet so I’ve just put the link to their author page on the publisher’s website where there is info about the book.

Jacaranda by Mandy Magro

Heart of the Valley by Cathryn Hein

The Road Home by Fiona Palmer

Under Southern Skies by Rennie Anne McCullagh

And suspense story,  In Her Blood by Annie Hauxwell

Reviews for these titles will be posted around the publication date over the next couple of months.

P.s- Does anyone know how to get ebooks from Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) onto a kindle? I usually send netgalley titles straight to my kindle but was only able to download them to ADE for these titles and I hoped to read them on my ereader instead of the computer.

What books arrived in your mailbox this week?

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7 comments

  1. I think you can change the format using Calibre but don’t quote me on that.

    I picked up a couple of the rural lit books on Netgalley too. I haven’t read one for a number of years now.

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    • Thanks Marg, i thought i had figured it out and managed to get them into calibre but i think there are some DRM issues and couldn’t open them on my kindle or change the formats. Looks like i’ll be reading them on my PC!

      In the past year i have really gotten into the rural genre!

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