Sunday Salon hosted by Readerbuzz is simply a place for us to link up and to share what we have been doing during the week. Sunday Salon is a great way to visit other blogs and join in the conversations going on there.
We started the week with snow and ended it with sunny summer weather. I guess this is our late Indian summer. It's hard to believe it's November except for the early sunset. I'm spending time outdoors soaking in that sun before winter sets in next week. I've been loving the books I'm reading this week. I've also liked watching episodes of My Next Guest with David Letterman on Netflix.
Hope you are all well. Stay safe and take care of each other.
Mailbox Monday Edition
Mailbox Monday is the gathering place for readers to share the books that came into their house last week. Mailbox Monday now has a permanent home on its blog. Link up to share your MM.
No review or bought books this week.
It's Monday! What Are You Reading? is a place to meet up and share what you have been, are and about to be reading over the week. It's a great post to organize yourself. It's an opportunity to visit and comment, and er... add to that ever-growing TBR pile! So welcome in everyone. This meme started with J Kaye's Blog and then was taken up by Sheila from Book Journey. Sheila then passed it on to Kathryn at the Book Date.
What I reviewed and/or featured last week:
This is the second book in the The Dread Penny Society series. A fun book with an interesting premise and good characters. And it's part of the Proper Romance series, too.
Apart from reading, I love doing other stuff. There's not enough time in my allotted 24-hours to do all I'd like but I'm content to do these ten things.
Spotlighting a recent release from Jenni Ogden. If you like women's fiction or are looking for a good book club pick, this looks good. I hope to read it soon.
My list of some good nonfiction books I've read this year.
This one's intense
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Hope you all have a great reading week.
I am leaning toward that new John Grisham book, as I enjoyed A Time to Kill. I am also eyeing The Moon is Missing.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, and for visiting my blog. Stay safe!
I'm about halfway through it and it's really good!Delete
i have family in connecticut and michigan, so i know what you mean about the weather. we have had some chilly mornings here in florida, but the day heats up nicely. great for working outsideReplyDelete
sherry @ fundinmental
It's no wonder Quebecers flock to Florida in the winter months. We call them snowbirds. Although this winter they will have to stay put and endure our cold winter.Delete
I went through a faze where I've read so many John Grisham's and I loved them all. Then I stopped and actually struggle to get back into it. So I am more than a couple of books behind. I did read The Guardians earlier this year and that was excellent.ReplyDelete
I can gladly say I've visited most of your posts this week and I love hopping over to you and say hi!
Hope you will have a wonderful week.
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I did the same too in the 90s. It had been awhile since I read one of his books so I borrowed A Time for Mercy from the library. It's worth the read.Delete
Thank you so much for visiting my blog on a regular basis! I love your comments and I love visiting your blog too.:-)
I hope you find the kindle freebie helpful! Having caught up with my NetGalley books I'm reading/listening to a suspense that's been on my Audible shelf for a while. Have a good week!ReplyDelete
I'm almost caught up with NetGalley too, and I have quite a few on my Audible account too.Delete
The Gentleman and the Thief looks good. I also like the idea behind Start Finishing.ReplyDelete
So happy to be enjoying Nonfiction November. I'm looking forward to the book pairing this week.
Have a great week!
I'm enjoying Nonfiction November too.Delete
I'm enjoying the cooler weather and rain right now! Enjoy your time soaking up some sun and sunsets.ReplyDelete
The John Grisham one looks interesting. Happy reading! :)
I haven't read John Grisham in a long time. This looks like a good one.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great week!
Me too, so I decided to pick this one up when I knew it had the same characters as A Time to Kill. It's just as intense as Grisham's first book.Delete
We're also having beautiful weather this weekend which is a pity because we're all down with some virus and trying to stay inside mostly.ReplyDelete
It's been a long time since I've read a John Grisham book. Loved the ones I've read in the past. I should pick one up for nostalgia sake.
Sorry to hear you're under the weather (no pun intended!). Grisham's latest is turning out to be really good.Delete
We've had Indian summer here too with temps in the 70's. Weird but liking it! And we had a dusting of snow also a week ago lol!ReplyDelete
I have the John Grisham novel also. Looking forward to reading it.ReplyDelete
We have had some nice mild temps here, in the 70s. This getting dark early I hate but what can we do.
Have a great reading week!
I hope you love Grisham's latest novel.Delete
The early sunsets over the next few months are not fun. I'm glad you're able to take advantage of your Indian summer!ReplyDelete
I think I've only watched one episode of My Next Guest... but that was the one with Obama and I loved it. We just never have enough time to watch everything that catches our eye.
I think you recommended Michael McIntyre's comedy several weeks ago? We watched his Netflix special and howled with laughter! Thanks for bringing him to my attention!
Enjoy your week!
Yes, McIntyre is a riot! Glad you loved his show. :-)Delete
Oooh! I love the cover to the Gentleman and the Thief! Hope you have a great week!ReplyDelete
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I heard a radio review today for the new John Grisham book. I really liked the Jenni Ogden book.ReplyDelete
Interesting weather combination. :-)ReplyDelete
I am glad you liked The Gentleman and the Thief.
I haven't read Grisham in years but I always enjoyed his suspense.
Enjoy the sun and your reading!
I think you will enjoy this new Grisham novel. It's classic Grisham so if you liked his earlier stuff, you'll like this one.Delete
A season of weather in a week practically! It’s slowly warming up here but I’m enjoyed the mild temps.ReplyDelete
Grisham’s new book sounds good.
Wishing you a great reading week
Last week was gorgeous here too but now it's raining the temperatures are plummeting. It's a good day to nap and listen to my current audiobook. Come see my week here. Happy reading!ReplyDelete
I've been loving our weather in the 70s for about a month. We are going to get rain mid week and drop to the 60s. But it has been so amazing. Oh well, I'll get to some of my indoor project now. I hope you enjoy some great reads!ReplyDelete
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Snow, oh no! It’s started to appear on the hills here and there is a definite drop in the temperature. It’s starting to feel like winter!ReplyDelete
It was just a dusting but enough to get us in boots for a few days. Now I'm in flipflops but that won't last long at all.Delete
i don't miss being in the snow, shoveling, scraping car windows, bundling up, but it sure is pretty, especially the first one. we have some weather moving in again, but i think the tropical storm will miss us, staying further south and east.ReplyDelete
sherry @ fundinmental
Oh no on snow.ReplyDelete
We have had temperatures in the high 70's for four days. Loved it, but back to the chilly November days.
THE MOM IS MISSING should be good.
Hope you are having a good week.
I’m getting into more thrillers written by male writers. Audiobooks help me a lotReplyDelete
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