Welcome to another Sunday Salon, that virtual reading room where we all gather to share our reading, blogging, and life moments.
Do you ever have one of those weeks when you are distracted by one thing or another, and then can’t really point to anything conclusive that you’ve done?
Well, I guess this was one of those weeks for me.
It started with an impulse to merge some more blogs. Yes, finally I had decided that I had too many…and I still do, with my remaining ten. But I’m down four! I wrote a bit about it on my Weekend Potpourri — Vanishing Blogs post.
On a positive note, though, I came to the finish line in my ROW 80 Writing Challenge , having achieved my goals.
Then I excerpted from one of my WIPs at Snow Chronicles.
I spent most of the week reading one book that was less captivating than I would have liked…I did keep turning pages while I read, but when I put it down for awhile, I was drawn too easily to other things.
Here’s what I finished (click titles for reviews):
1. Dismantled, by Jennifer McMahon
2. Daughters of the Revolution, by Carolyn Cooke
I started reading this next book late on Friday, and was still reading it when I posted this. Since then, I read into the night and couldn’t put it down. So now it’s finished, and if you click the title, you can see my review.
Maine, by J. Courtney Sullivan, and loved it!
Earlier, I tried to see a movie, but my timing was off. Maybe I’ll see it on Sunday afternoon.
Has anyone seen it? Any thoughts?