Dec 15, 2013

Sunday Salon: Book Tours

The Sunday Salon.com Welcome to the Sunday Salon! Also visit The Sunday Post hosted by The Caffeinated Bookreviewer, and It's Monday: What Are You Reading? at Book Journey. Also, Mailbox Monday hosted by Rose City Reader this month, and Stacking the Shelves at Tynga's Reviews.

What I definitely have on my reading list for next year are the books I agreed to review for tours in January, almost all through TLC.

Brady Needs a Nightlight - Jan. 8

Short Leash: A Memoir of Dog Walking - Jan. 13

My Mother's Funeral: A Memoir - Jan. 20

A Different Sun: A Novel of Africa - Jan. 22
Last Train to Paris - Jan. 28

The schedule is a little tight toward the end of January, but I hope to read ahead to avoid a crunch. Curious about the books? Click on the covers for the book details.

Do you have any book tours coming up? 

25 comments:

Brian Joseph said...

That would be a heavy reading schedule for me. The titles look very good. Have fun reading these!

Kristen said...

I have Short Leash for tour this month and I'm also on My Mother's Funeral as well. :-)

JoAnn said...

I really want to read While We Were Watching Downton Abbey! I'll be away for half of January and actually have no reading commitments next month.

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Loved While We Were Watching Downton Abbey...hope you do, too. Enjoy your week...and here's MY WEEKLY SUNDAY/MONDAY UPDATES

Greg said...

Last Train to Paris looks good, I've been enjoying historical fiction lately especially the pre- war period. Sounds very interesting. Hope its good and have a great week.

A Voracious Reader said...

Nice book haul. :) I'm got tours lined up in Jan and Feb. I need a new monthly planner! lol

Joy said...

Looks like some fun reading! Look forward to seeing your book tour events.
Joy's Book Blog

Yvonne said...

I've been eying that Wendy Wax book for a long time. Enjoy!

Vicki said...

The first of the month doesn't look to bad, but the last half with book reviews due a few days apart...yikes. I'd have to have the books read ahead of time and schedule the posts. You did pick some good books though, can't wait for your review of Short Leash, A Different Sun & Last Train to Paris.

Anonymous said...

there are some great ones available on France Book Tours http://francebooktours.com

Martha Eskuchen said...

I have completed my tour books now until one early January and am considering what I will line up for after that. You have some interesting titles coming up. Enjoy your holidays and your reading!

Sheila (Bookjourney) said...

Looks like some great titles.

Mary (Bookfan) said...

I liked While We Were Watching Downton Abbey!

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

Busy, busy bee, you!

Here's my It's Monday!

Unknown said...

Looks like a great variety. I hope you enjoy all of your new books.

Mystica said...

Like your mix of reads so much.

bermudaonion said...

TLC is a great tour company. Short Leash sounds interesting to me.

Kathy Martin said...

I don't do book tours because I don't like the pressure. I put enough pressure on myself without looking for an outside source. Some of those books do look rather intriguing. I hope you enjoy them all. Happy reading and happy holidays.

Elizabeth said...

A Different Sun caught my eye. The typewriter cover DEFINITELY caught my eye, but the title is quite sad.

THANKS for sharing and visiting my blog earlier.

ENJOY your week.

Elizabeth
Silver's Reviews
My It's Monday, What Are You Reading

Sharon Galligar Chance said...

I'm trying to ease up on book tours (but just as sure as I say that, watch, I'll have a bunch come up!) but I am intrigued by "My Mother's Funeral" on your list! You've got a cool website, my friend, I love the way the page melt into each other! Happy Reading!

Vasilly said...

One of my new reading resolutions is not to participate in any blog tours or accept ARCs, so no tours for me. :-) Last Train to Paris looks good. Happy reading.

Bluerose said...

I'm really curious about the Downtown Abbey one, but they all look interesting! I hope you enjoy your books! :)

Leslie (Under My Apple Tree) said...

Short Leash sounds like fun. That's a lot of January books! I tend to over schedule my reading so I only commit to a few tour dates.

Gigi Ann said...

I am a Downton Abbey fan also, and that book caught my eye right off. I may have to check that one out.

Serena said...

TLC always has some great tours. I'll be reading Brady with my daughter.

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