WEEKLY SUNDAY/MONDAY UPDATES: NEWS & REVIEWS — HAPPY EASTER!

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Good morning!  Today’s post will link up to Sunday Salon, The Sunday Post,  and Book Journey, for What Are You Reading?

**Mailbox Monday is now hosted at the home site:  Mailbox Monday.

Good morning, Bloggers!  Grab some coffee, and let’s talk about our weeks.

 

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Join me this week on my Story Corner blog for a Six-Year Blogoversary Giveaway….

 

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LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:

News from the Interior:  Beth Hoffman’s “Looking for Me”- Soon Available in Paperback

Creative Tuesday:  Intros/Teasers – “The Bookstore”

Commiserating:  An Excerpt from “Interior Designs”

A Peek Behind the Scenes – Embrace the Whirlwind/Interior Designs

Creative Friday:  Book Beginnings/Friday 56 – “Casebook”

Creative Saturday:  After the Game – Highlights

Review:  Safe with Me, by Amy Hatvany

Review:  True Blend, by Joanne DeMaio

Review:  Dancing in the Streets, by Steven P. Unger

Review:  The Bookstore (e-book), by Deborah Meyler

 

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INCOMING BOOKS:  (Covers/Titles Linked to Amazon)

 

I had an empty mailbox this week…but I downloaded two books and bought one from Barnes & Noble’s bargain table.

 

The After Wife, by Gigi Levangie Grazer

 

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The Collector (e-book), by Nora Roberts

 

 

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When Girlfriends Step Up (e-book), by Savannah Page (Freebie)

 

 

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NEXT WEEK ON THE BLOGS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)

 

Casebook, by Mona Simpson

 

 

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The Deepest Secret (e-book), by Carla Buckley

 

 

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Hidden (e-book), by Catherine McKenzie

 

 

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That’s my week….what did yours look like?

 

 

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68 thoughts on “WEEKLY SUNDAY/MONDAY UPDATES: NEWS & REVIEWS — HAPPY EASTER!

  1. Looks like a pretty good week all the way around. Nice review of The Bookstore, it’s nice to see a bookstore as a setting and I can just imagine an urban bookstore with a name like The Owl- sounds pretty good to me. 🙂

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  2. Looking forward to your reviews of the new books! I have Hidden on my kindle but won’t get to it for a while so I’ll watch for your thoughts on that as well. Have a great week!

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  3. Thanks for sharing your perspective on The Bookstore. I didn’t enjoy it as much as you because of the relationship angle in it ((I didn’t like the boyfriend). It’s interesting to hear others’ opinions 🙂
    Congrats on your blogoversary–that’s a great stretch of years! Have a Happy Easter and hope you have a good week reading.

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    1. Thanks for the congrats, Rita…I almost feel guilty celebrating SIX years, since I didn’t really figure out how to connect to others that whole first year…LOL.

      I absolutely DETESTED the boyfriend in The Bookstore, and if I hadn’t liked other parts of the story, might have stopped reading. Thanks for visiting, and enjoy your week.

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  4. Happy Easter! And it’s nice to have some weeks where you don’t get that many new books. I know I could use some of those weeks as well. My to-read list and review list are really long.

    That cover of the After Wife looks nice. I hope you enjoy your new books and have a great week!

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    1. Yes, the lists go on and on, don’t they? After visiting blogs this morning, I found another freebie to download. I really need to organize Sparky!

      Thanks for visiting, Lola…have a great day and a wonderful week.

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  5. Looking forward to your thoughts on The Collector, I picked it up on my kindle last week. Congrats on 6 years, an awesome innings, not too many of us ‘old’ bloggers around lol
    Have a great week and happy reading 🙂

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    1. Thanks, Juli, I hope you enjoy your week, too. Casebook was slow to grab me, but now it’s really picking up. Interesting twists. Glad you could stop by…and I love the cover of The Collector, too.

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  6. Those look like some good titles you have there. It’s just starting to get nice here so I’m out raking and cleaning up the yard. Hope you had a nice Easter!!

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    1. Yes, it is very sad that libraries are always so strapped. I think of the 1970s here in California, however, when libraries closed down for large portions of the days. I am glad to find them open during much of the week these days. Enjoy your reading, and thanks for visiting, Lark.

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