THE SUNDAY SALON — READING & BLOGGING — SEPT.18

Welcome to another edition of The Sunday Salon, our gathering place to discuss books, blogging, and life.

I don’t know what happened to this past week!  Maybe it flew by so quickly because of BBAW, with a different post every day and lots of new blogs to visit.

Here are some of my posts:

BBAW – Day Four – Reading and Blogging

BBAW – Day Five – Blogging

Branding:  How Do We Do It?

After such a hectic week participating in these events, and doing the regular memes, my reading, etc., I was totally ready for a day to just veg out.  So today I had lunch in my favorite bistro and saw this movie.

It was fun, light-hearted, and had me laughing in several parts.  Just what I needed….

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My Reading Week (Click Titles for Reviews)

1.  The Leftovers, by Tom Perrotta

2.  The Very Picture of You, by Isabel Wolff

3. The Love Children, by Marilyn French (Review will be up later today)

 

 

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Later today, I may start reading Space, by Emily Sue Harvey.

What are you reading this week?  What did you finish?  Any special plans?  Come on by and share.

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12 thoughts on “THE SUNDAY SALON — READING & BLOGGING — SEPT.18

    • Yes, that cover on The Leftovers grabbed me right away…but the funny thing was, I didn’t really notice the steam until the second or third time I saw it. I’m not sure why, but I was focused on the lonely shoes.

      Thanks for stopping by, Harvee.

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  1. I love the cover for the Perotta book! So eye-catching. And I agree, there have been a TON of posts related to BBAW this week, which have been fun to read, but I’m getting completely beaten by my Google Reader every day- will be nice to return to normal 🙂

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