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Good morning! Today’s post will link up to The Sunday Salon, The Sunday Post and Stacking the Shelves, for weekly updates.

**Mailbox Monday is hosted at the home site: Mailbox Monday.

And let’s join Kathryn, our new leader in It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?, at The Book Date.


The week started off really well….first, I read one great book, the pages flying by, followed by another one I also loved.  Then…well, the week took a turn on Friday.

My TV developed a glitch, with skipping and freezing while I tried to watch my shows…and then, a new inhaler (I’m pretty sure that’s what did it!) led to swelling underneath one of my eyes.

So today I’m waiting for the Cable Guy…and pressing ice on my face!  Yikes!



Remembering Romantic Moments: An Excerpt from “Interior Designs”

A Potpourri of Musings

Let’s Ignite Some Curiosity: “Truth Be Told”

When Autumn Slips Toward Winter: Memories & An Excerpt

Let’s Curl up and Chat

Curl up and Wait: “Find Her” is Coming!

Hump Day Thoughts: Rainy Day Reading

Thirsty Thursday & Hungry Hearts: A Breakfast Treat

Serendipitous Moments: Savoring a Tradition

Bookish Friday: “Remember Mia”

Review: Broken Homes & Gardens (e-book), by Rebecca Kelley

Review: The Perfect Son (e-book), by Barbara Claypole White



INCOMING BOOKS:  (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)

I received one e-ARC from NetGalley, and downloaded one purchased book.  Nothing in the actual physical mailbox!

The Guest Room (e-book), by Chris Bohjalian – (NetGalley – Release Date 1/5/16)





The Black Widow (e-book), by Wendy Corsi Staub






WHAT’S UP NEXT? (Titles/Covers Linked to Amazon)

Currently Reading:  The Admissions (e-book), by Meg Mitchell Moore





I still have a stack of “up next” books, which I might read, in no particular order:


Snow Angel Cove (e-book), by RaeAnne Thayne






Truth Be Told (e-book), by Hank Phillippi Ryan







All the Houses, by Karen Olsson (Amazon Vine)






That’s my week!  What did yours look like?  Let’s chat!


wine and reading



  1. All the Houses looks really good – and loving the look of that glass of wine and your e-reader. 🙂 Still haven’t taken to my Kindle – sadly, I still prefer the physical books.


    1. It has taken me a while to get used to e-readers. The one I have now is my second one, a Paperwhite, and I like it a lot better than my first version.

      I hope to enjoy All the Houses…and more wine with my e-reader. Thanks for stopping by, Myra.

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