Aug 13, 2011

Sunday Salon: Perfect Weather

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The weather has been great the past few days. Sunny but cool. Loved swimming outdoors. I wish it would be like this through November.

I reviewed three books since the last Sunday Salon - a cozy - Sketch of a Thief, a memoir - The Rules of the Tunnel, and a novel, Lost Memory of Skin. I'm finishing up a delicious novel about a woman with amnesia - What Martha Forgot. I have a book tour for What Language Is on Aug. 15 and at least 3 e-Books waiting to be read. 

My book sorting and re-shelving is about 75% through. I gave away quite a few books to the local library. Whew! What a relief. Then I can begin to tackle all the other things that also need sorting, re-arranging, etc. This could take a while!

Got a few books in the mail that I'm looking forward to reading too.  What have you been reading/doing recently?  

6 comments:

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

My reading took a back seat to my writing this week, but it was about time....

I do have some good ones on my stack for the week ahead, though.

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Strummed Words said...

Laurel: I think I must do more writing too! Good job!

Darlene said...

I wish I could get to organizing my books. They sure do need it! My reading has been suffering a bit just because I don't feel much like reading. I know, that's a horrible thing isn't it. Oh well, I'm off to do some reading now. Hope you have a great Sunday!

Veens said...

I really need to organize my books as well.

I hope you enjoy all your reads and have a good week ahead.

Strummed Words said...

Darlene: There are times when I don't feel like reading either!

Veens: It feels good to have books in place. Now for the rest of the things!

Staci said...

Giving away books actually makes me feel better too!!! Enjoy your Sunday evening!

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