TSS: A MONTH (AND A WEEK) IN REVIEW: SEPT. 2

Good morning!  Welcome to our end-of-the week review at Sunday Salon.

Incidentally, we have also just ended another month…and it was a HOT one in my part of the world.

What was your month (and week) like?

Just as I was getting ready to write this post, I realized that I hadn’t yet posted my Monthly Reading Wrap-Up...so I did.  Check it out!

Many of you are celebrating the Labor Day weekend…

When I was young (in the olden days!), Labor Day weekend marked the official end of summer, followed by the start of school.

Nowadays, kids here have been in school for two or more weeks….

My granddaughter Fiona spent the weekend here, taking a break from school…and enjoying her music.

Meanwhile, a few days ago, three of my other grandchildren set off for school, enjoying their return to “earth” after their European travels during the Olympics.

As for the past week, I did some blogging, beginning with a Monday Potpourri, in which I mused about strange and weird books.

Then I had some Creative Fun, sharing thoughts about Pinterest, blog headers, and excerpting from a WIP.  Wednesday found me Checking In at the ROW 80 Challenge and posting an Interview with Author Carol Kilgore.

Hump Day Potpourri is often a fun place to share thoughts and commiserate about reading and blogging and life.

Then I did something I hadn’t done in awhile:  I posted Thoughts From the Interior:  Creative Obsessions.

Sweet Saturday Samples:  Commiserating, continued our journey with Martha and Maeve, characters from Interior Designs.

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I finished three books this week:  and will probably finish the fourth one today.

Reading:

1.  The Meryl Streep Movie Club, by Mia March

2.  Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch, by Haywood Smith

3.  Against My Will, by Benjamin Berkley (Review will go up on Oct. 1 during Blog Tour)

4.  The Song Remains the Same, by Allison Winn Scotch (Review should be up later today).

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Unexpectedly, Fiona and I decided to grab a movie neither of us had seen (but she has read the book); it was playing at one of our older theaters.

The Hunger Games!

Now I just might have to read the series!

What does your weekend look like?  Trips, stayvacations, etc.?  I plan to read some more…watch some movies, and take a nap!

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