Feb 032013

The Sunday Salon.com

 The Sunday Salon used to be a meme but was getting so huge it became unmanageable, so it is now a Facebook group that has become an informal week in review
gathering place for bloggers.

It is also a place to share our thoughts about things of a bookish nature.

So Happy Sunday Everyone!

I am off to a great start both reading and with my challenges already this year.

January Books Read

19 Books Read – 5711 Pages – 2767 KB

2013where are you reading
10 States                                 2 Settings Abroad
Arizona                                      United Kingdom
California                                   Mexico
District of Columbia
New York
North Carolina


You can click here or on the Challenges tab above to see how I am doing on the rest of my challenges.

weekly rewind235Week in Review January 28 – February 2

MondayIt’s Monday! What Are You Reading?
Tuesday – My first JUST FOR FUN read of 2013, Hounds Abound (A Pet Rescue Mystery). Linda O. Johnston will be my Cozy Wednesday guest this week for her new book, Oodles of Poodles, that hits stores this Tuesday.
Wednesday – Mary Daheim was my guest for Cozy Wednesday and she is sponsoring a Fantastic Giveaway. Be sure to check it out.
Thursday – The Virtual Tour for Cross The Line by Jack Patterson stopped here for a Special Super Bowl stop.
Plus is was the kickoff of the Printed Books Giveaway Hop. The hop runs through February 7.
FridayI reviewed The Avalon Ladies Scrapbooking Society. A wonderful story.
Saturday – I reviewed It Takes Two to Strangle: A Damon Lassard Dabbling Detective Mystery.

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Happy Reading Everyone!!

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  3 Responses to “Sunday Salon – January Roundup – Weekly Rewind – Mail Call”

  1. You had an excellent month! I like starting off the New Year with a bang. Thanks for sharing, and here’s MY SUNDAY SALON POST

  2. You had a great month! Love your Mail Call books too. Enjoy!

  3. I’m impressed – you read a lot this month! And I can see you enjoy cozy mysteries — me too. I look forward to reading your reviews.

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