Saturday, July 26, 2014
Sunday Post #54
The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
It's Monday! What Are You Reading is hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.
Well we've been back from vacation and I'm ready to go again! I'm missing the up north breezes and spending evenings at the beach looking out over the water. Life is back to normal here and it was a pretty good week. I managed to get some pictures uploaded and did a Saturday Snapshot for the first time in a while. I'm having a lot of fun writing up my Bookstore Spotlight feature and will have another one this week. Keep those comments coming and let me know if you have a favorite bookstore too!
I had a review last week for COYER and a couple more coming this week, so I'm pretty happy with that. I blew through a couple books this week- where did I find time to do that? They were pretty good - I'm on a roll with my books lately, hope that keeps up. What are you up to?
AROUND THE BLOGOSPHERE:
The High Summer Readathon is in full swing, and while I didn't participate this year I enjoyed it last year and it's been fun to read the posts.
From The Editor's Desk: Penguin editor Wendy McCurdy discusses The Wild dark Flowers by Elizabeth Cooke (my current read) and what a great proposal it was. And the big news for me: a third Rutherford book is in the works. I'm in.
Pamela Druckerman (author or Bringing Up Bebe) talks about the French way of buying books. I always enjoy reading her perspectives as an American living in Paris. Great piece.
On the comics front, the Bronze Age Babies had some fun discussions this week, including Who's The Worst Avenger?
So how was your week?