WEEKLY UPDATES: ANOTHER FAMILY EVENT…

Good morning! Today’s post will link up to The Sunday Salon, The Sunday Post and Stacking the Shelves, for weekly updates.

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

And let’s join Kathryn, our leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at Book Date.

What a  great week!  Errands, shopping, Thanksgiving dinner, movies, books.  Four books read and reviewed, bringing my Challenge total to 108.

On Netflix, I watched Season 6 of Longmire, all the way through…and then I started Season II of Wanted Today I’m watching old movies on my DVR, like Urban Cowboy.  I do love the music!  I used to have an album…yes, vinyl.  One of my kids took all the albums when I downsized ten years ago.

Saturday noon:  a get-together with assorted local family members joining in a celebration with my LA son and his youngest son.  Everyone else is spread out throughout the state…and two are in Prague.  Here is a peek at the group:

 

So…before we take a closer look at the week, grab another cup of coffee with me:

LAST WEEK ON THE BLOGS:

Tuesday Excerpts:  “Dead of Winter”

Tuesday Potpourri:  Book Release Day…& Quirky Reading Tidbits…

Anticipating My Bookish Journey in 2018…

Curling up with Good Books…

Coffee Chat:  Happy Thanksgiving!

Bookish Friday:  “The Wife Between Us”

Friday Potpourri:  Reviewing the Holiday…

Review:  Young Jane Young (e-book), by Gabrielle ZevinReview:  Merry & Bright (e-book), by Debbie MacomberReview:  Bonfire (e-book), by Krysten RitterReview:  Play It as It Lays (e-book), by Joan Didion***

INCOMING BOOKS: (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)

Nothing came in my physical mailbox…BUT I received an e-ARC from NetGalley!

Anatomy of a Scandal (e-book), by Sarah Vaughan (NG – 1/23/18)

Downloads:  (Purchased)

Little Broken Things (e-book), by Nicole Baart

A Season to Lie (e-book, Detective Gemma Monroe Mystery), by Emily Littlejohn

The Unexpected Mother (e-book), by Susan A. Ring

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WHAT’S NEXT?

Currently Reading:  ROOM (e-book), by Emma Donoghue (I’ve had this e-book since February 2016).  I thought it was long overdue to be read.

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  And then?  I have a lot of books waiting patiently on my stacks (and on Pippa).  I will not even guess what comes next.  I’m going to follow my mood!

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That was my week.  What did yours look like?  I’m sharing a peek of my Thanksgiving pie:

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