Good morning and welcome to The Sunday Salon, that vast reading room that extends throughout the blogosphere; that venue for sharing all about our reading, blogging, and life.

This past week I enjoyed every moment.  There were lots of reading moments, and then there were some vicarious moments, illustrated by photos family members shared.  Here’s one of my second son while he was visiting my oldest son in Berlin last year.

Berlin Moments

Then here’s one of my youngest grandson and his dad—trying out a new activity.


Then There’s Blogging Fun:

Blogger Hop — Cozy Reading Places

A Bit of Me (Me) — Describing Ourselves

Weekend Potpourri-Nostalgia

Now, on to the Reading:

1)  The Wild Zone, by Joy Fielding (Click title for review)

2)  Goodnight, Beautiful, by Dorothy Koomson (Click title for review)

3)  Seven Year Switch, by Claire Cook (Click title for review)









What exciting adventures—in life, blogging, and reading—did you have?  I hope you’ll stop by and share….

16 thoughts on “THE SUNDAY SALON — OCT. 24

  1. I’m surprised there’s still something standing of that Berlin wall. I thought it was completely taken down. Well, it’s a good memorial of a time not so long ago but already hard to imagine.

    Nice pictures and you read some good books, too (judging by the cover, as I always do). Will check out one or two of your reviews.


    1. Actually, Judith, they did “renovate” the wall with new art…this photo depicts some of what was once there.

      My eldest son, who lives in Berlin, photographed the work in progress, and I’ve “grabbed” some of his photos, which I use as blog headers, etc.

      Thanks for stopping by….and I hope you like the reviews.


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