Watched The Music of Silence on Netflix, based on the autobiography of tenor Andrea Bocelli's life. I cried several times, of course, and loved all the scenes in Tuscany. The movie stars Toby Sebastian, who played Trystane Martell in Game of Thrones, as Bocelli. He does a really good job and looks so much like Bocelli as a young man.
Mailbox Monday Edition
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The Birds That Stay by Ann Lambert
So excited about this new release by Montreal author. Her book is set on Montreal too. I'm always curious about books set in my city.
Trials and Trails by Jim Halverson
Been awhile since I read a Western fiction novel
What I reviewed and/or featured last week:
A great start to a well-written trilogy based on Jane Austen
A good sequel to the first book
Starting this one this week
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Hope you all have a great reading week.
I'm so sorry to hear about your friend. Cancer is such a horrible disease. Enjoy your new books.ReplyDelete
I'm glad it's February! I'm ready for January to be over haha with all the snow we got in the last week or so. I'm so sorry though to hear about your co- worker.ReplyDelete
Yeah, let's move on to the next season, please.:-)Delete
Looks like some great Jane Austen reading. It is always sad to lose such wonderful people. A gift in our lives.ReplyDelete
I feel for your loss and will add prayers for you and the family of your friend.ReplyDelete
I haven't read a true western fiction in a while either. Stay warm and enjoy all of your new books!
Thank you Martha.Delete
The Birds That Stay is going onto my wishlist. My weekly updateReplyDelete
I’m sorry to hear about your friend. It helps to talk about her often and remember all the good she did.ReplyDelete
I’ve only read one western and I loved it. I’ll have to have a look at trials and trails.
Sorry about your friend, Laura.ReplyDelete
The Music of Silence sounds wonderful. I hadn't heard of it.
So sorry for your loss.ReplyDelete
Enjoy your books...I am eyeing The Marriage of Miss Jane Austen. Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog.
So sorry to hear about the loss of your friend. You have some nice looking books to distract you. Come see my week here. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
Aw, sorry for your loss. It's so tough to lose someone who's been fighting a long battle! Hope you get some time to enjoy your reading.ReplyDelete
The Chef's Secret looks so good. ENJOY!!ReplyDelete
Have a good week.
Enjoy the Marriage of Miss Austen series.ReplyDelete
Sorry for your loss. Books can sometimes bring comfortReplyDelete