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Category Archives: The Sunday Salon
Fall is definitely in the air here! Frost on the ground, dressing in layers, and treats/forecasts of snow next week! I won’t complain! I think this is the perfect time of year to curl up with a book! It was a quiet week on the blog. I’m just getting over the cold so I […]
What a whirlwind of a week! It’s a crazy busy time of year for me at work so I’m not getting a while lot of reading done lately. I hope to make that up soon! I have been able to listen to audiobooks, though, and squealed with delight when I received…you guessed it…Doctor Sleep earlier […]
Hardcover: 352 pages Publisher: Simon & Schuster (September 10, 2013) ISBN-10: 1451699425 Source: Publisher After years of debilitating and destructive hurricanes in the Gulf coast, the United States government, unable to sustain or assist the depleted region, has drawn new boundary lines. The new boundary, ninety miles north of the coastline, is referred to as the Line. Anyone south […]
Well, we survived the first week of school! Our oldest started eighth grade and our youngest, third. Thankfully, the first day was free from drama; I seemed to be more overwhelmed than the boys! While we had some hints of fall weather, today the temps were back to the average for this time of year. […]
What a beautiful week! We got teased with some fall weather last week. I loved waking up to cooler temperatures. We still have a bit of summer to go but this little fall preview has me craving cooler weather! Speaking of fall previews, next Friday, I will be joining Swapna and Katie at One More Page […]
Have you ever discovered an author whose books you devour the moment they are published? Literally want/need to read everything that author has written? Well, that’s how I feel with the extremely talented and fellow ginger-haired Hilary Davidson. I’ve read and reviewed all three books in Hilary’s Lily Moore series (The Damage Done, The Next One […]
A week after being diagnosed with the flu, I’m finally starting to see the light at the end of the long, dark tunnel. I still have a good deal of pain while breathing and still have a slight wheeze, but I’m up and mobile again. Even more importantly, the mental fog that hovered over me […]
So you may have noticed (or not) that the blog has been quiet this week. On Wednesday I was diagnosed with bronchitis, yet I still hopped on a plane for a business trip that afternoon. As you know, airplanes are pretty much airborne cattle cars, overflowing with germs and illness. I was sent home by […]
Next weekend I’m participating in the 24 Hour readathon, the bookish event I look forward most to in the fall. Fall brings cool and crisp weather, perfect for spending indoors, curled up with a stack of great books. I have my snacks lined up, including my emergency middle of the night cookies. I have yet […]
Although Mother Nature doesn’t seem to get the hint, fall has technically come and with it nearly everything I love about the season. Cool weather is just around the corner (so I hope) and with it weekends spent bundled up in sweaters & scarves, curled up with a great book. One of the great book […]