The Sunday Salon


sunday salon logoOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAGood morning!  Welcome to another Sunday Salon, a place where we gather to share our thoughts about our reading and blogging.

Last week took me to some interesting places in my bookish world.

But before we go there, here’s a peek at Noah, my grandson, who was here for a sleepover.



Bloggy Things:

Musing & Ranting About Guilty Pleasures, New Reading Habits, & Bookish Love

Author Interview with Alan S. Blood

Author Interview with Kimberly S. Young & Review of The Eighth Wonder

Hump Day Potpourri:  Collections & Bookish Anticipation

Wrapping up February:  Lots of Good Books!

Sweet Saturday Sample:  Mother/Daughter Conflicts

Reading-Click Titles/Covers for Reviews:

1.  The History of Us, by Leah Stewart


2.  Blast from the Past, by Lauren Carr (Sequel Challenge)


3.  Knit Two, by Kate Jacobs (Mt. TBR & Sequel Challenge)


And today, I will be finishing up Her:  A Memoir, by Christa Parravani



Now I’m off to watch some movies and eat my breakfast….

What does your day look like?  Your upcoming week?



15 thoughts on “TSS: WRAPPING UP A WEEK & A MONTH — MARCH 3”

    1. On my DVR, I have (from 1971), Carnal Knowledge with Jack Nicholson, Candice Bergen, Ann Margaret, and Art Garfunkel. And a movie from a few years ago called Prozac Nation, with Christina Ricci.

      I might grab something from On Demand for later….

      Thanks for stopping by, Bryan.


  1. Isn’t it great when the little ones come to visit. Our house is so quiet today. It is Natalie’s weekend with her mom and Kaden and Remington may stop by later. Hope so!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog!


  2. Your grandson’s a cutie!

    Looks like a lot of great books! I think I’ve read the Stewart one (I’ll have to check my list), and I’ve already told you I’m eager to read the Knitting Club books. 🙂

    Today my plan was church and writing. I’ve managed the first but not the second as of yet. I think I’ll have to wait until the kids are in bed. This week I hope to spend more time than usual writing poetry. I’m working on a project and would like to make some headway on it.

    I hope you have a great day and a wonderful week!


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