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Friday, May 28, 2010

Feeling Very "Real" Now!


I am starting to get more and more emails and comments on Facebook from folks who have received their copies of Mailbox via the pre-orders that have gone out or have found it in stores even though the official launch isn't til Tuesday. Knowing people are reading the book makes this whole experience feel that much more "real." Thought I would share a couple of photos some friends have sent me just today!

The Mailbox is not just for women... here we find an unidentified man reading the book. (You know who you are!) For the record, my husband says men can read the book and still hold onto their man points because one of the main characters is, in fact, a man.


Karen Ehman stopped into a bookstore in Ft Wayne Indiana during her son's baseball tourney and look what she found on the shelves!! Very, very cool indeed. Thanks for sending this pic Karen!! So fun!!
If you find the book on your local bookstore shelves, snap a photo of it and email me with the location and the name of the store. It would be fun for me to see where the book is making appearances!
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6 comments:

Lindsey Feldpausch said...

I am so excited for you! What a great feeling! I know that I have said it before, but I just love that cover design!!!

Rachel Olsen said...

Girlfriend, please link the book title in this post to a place I can buy it!

Kim said...

I am SO excited to get mine...I still can't believe that I won it...Thank you again and I look forward to reading it!!!

Anonymous said...

I just pre-ordered your book for my NOOK!! I can't wait to read it!!
Jeannie in Virginia

Kim said...

Marybeth, I was going to wait until closer to the book club meeting at the end of the month to read it so it would be fresh in my mind, but couldn't. I started it yesterday and am halfway through it already! Love it! Can't wait to have you participate in our book club meeting. Everyone is very excited.

Kim W.

Christy said...

Read it, loved it and love the way you pulled grace into the plot and the reminder of how the Lord is our ultimate pursuer and is the only one who can fulfill our needs. A great reminder as I have been wrestling w/that in my own life. People will disappoint us, the Lord will be the constant the only constant. Will be stalking our local bookstore on Thursday to make sure it gets on the shelves.