Apr 212013

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!

Yesterday we celebrated my granddaughter Natalie’s 1st Birthday!







Fun was had by all!
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Weekly Rewind April 15 – 20

MondayIt’s Monday! What Are You Reading?

TuesdayI reviewed Shattered by Lizbeth Lipperman. This book was excellent!

Wednesday – Connie Archer was my guest for Cozy Wednesday. Her new book, A Broth of Betrayal, (A Soup Lover’s Mystery) hit stores April 2. I am giving away 2 copies!!

Thursday – Christina Schwarz was my Special Guest. Her new book, The Edge of the Earth: A Novel, was also released April 2 and I am giving away my review copy.

FridayI reviewed Take Me Home by Nancy Harkness. A wonderful story.

SaturdayThis Nana took the day off!

I had a request to use my Weekly Rewind graphic, so I have added my blog address to it. Please feel free to use this graphic in the future.

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Happy Reading!!


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  5 Responses to “Sunday Salon – Miss Natalie’s Birthday – Weekly Rewind – Mail Call”

  1. Great Birthday pix. Dee

  2. Happy Birthday Natalie!! I can’t believe she is already 1 year old. She is beautiful!! You have a smart son, I noticed he removed her clothing before she dug into that cake, which I’m sure was a bit messy :). Precious pictures. Thank you for sharing.

  3. Such sweet pictures! Looks like she enjoyed the day!! =)

  4. Has it been a year already? Wow, time flies…and what a wonderful day. Congrats….and enjoy your weekend.


  5. Looks like she had a great birthday. All pooped out. So sweet.
    Sue B

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