Sunday Salon/Sunday Post – Comfort – Weekly Rewind – Mail Call


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.

Happy Sunday Everyone!

I hope you all had a wonderful week of reading and blogging about them. I know as a nation our attention was drawn away this past week, but I found a lot of comfort in my books this week. Yes, reading my cozy mysteries with at least one murder in each one gave me comfort 😀 When I am stressed or upset I know my cozy protagonists help me to escape, even if it just a few minutes or an hour or two a day. Do you have books that bring you comfort? Authors you turn to when real life just gets a little to tough? Even after losing my son returning back to reading helped get me through the tough days and still help me today we he is on my mind and my mother’s guilt sets in as we have just passed 22 months since his death. Books can be magical in that way. We don’t forget, we don’t stop fighting for what is right, sometimes we just need to set things aside for a short time and Escape Into A Good Book. 

Weekly Rewind – January 16 – 21, 2017

Monday – My Reading Itinerary Monday! – Week #3 2017

Tuesday – New Release Tuesday – January 2017 – Week #3

Plus – #Review / #Giveaway – A Fatal Twist by Tracy Weber

Wednesday – Cozy Wednesday with Cleo Coyle – Author of Dead Cold Brew – #Review / #Giveaways

Thursday – #Review / #Giveaway – River City Dead by Nancy G. West – Great Escapes Book Tour – @HeneryPress

Friday – Nana’s Nook – When You’re Feeling Sick by Coy Bowles

Plus – Flashback Friday – Knit to Be Tied by Maggie Sefton #Review / #Giveaway

Saturday – Spotlight – Rum, Cigars and Corpses by Jerold Last

Your Escape With A Good Book Travel Agent

2 thoughts on “Sunday Salon/Sunday Post – Comfort – Weekly Rewind – Mail Call

  1. Reading is my escape and relief as well. Sometimes just sitting in front of my bookshelf and looking at all my books is calming. I’m glad you have that escape and that comfort. So many great books! I’m super curious about the Paige Shelton, Karen MacInery, and Susan Furlong. Actually I just want them all. Happy reading and have a great week!

  2. When my mother-in-law passed, I immersed myself in a sweet historical romance and that subgenre has been my comfort reading ever since. The last job I had was SO stressful that I barreled through about 100 romances a year to keep myself calm.

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