Sunday, March 24, 2013

Suddenly Sunday

It's time for Suddenly Sunday, a weekly meme hosted by Svea at Muse in the Fog that gives bloggers the opportunity to share their blogging events from the past week.   

I've been busy this past week posting reviews, giveaways and a guest post, and just generally trying to get caught up in my reading after returning from holiday.   In case you missed any of my reviews and/or giveaways, be sure to check them out by clicking on the book titles below:

 
In addition, be sure to check out author Nancy Bilyeau's fabulous guest post, The Life of A Real Tudor Nun (click here to read post).

This coming week I'll be posting my review of each of the following books: 

  • The Last Summer by Judith Kinghorn;
  • The Bruges Tapestry by P.A. Staes; and
  • A Conspiracy of Alchemists by Liesel Schwarz.  

In addition to posting reviews, I'll also return to posting my weekly Book Talk meme, although I have yet to determine a topic.    Now that I've settled back in after holidays and am getting caught up on my review books, I'm also going to make more of an effort to respond to blog comments and to visit other blogs.    
 
Reading-wise, I've just started to read Bristol House by Beverly Swerling, a time slip novel that alternates between modern-day and Tudor London.  I'm hooked!  

What are you currently reading?  




 
 

9 comments:

  1. OOOOH, you hooked me with time travel and Tudor England! Looking that one up now!

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    1. Hi Joanne. The novel doesn't feature any time travel -- it's only set in two different periods of London's history. I think you'll still like this one though :-)

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  2. I'm reading The Bruges Tapestry for the book tour as well. Sounds intriguing!

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  3. Bristol House is the one I am looking out for. Is anyone having problems with blogger underlining words on both the blog and comments. Most peculiar.

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    1. I haven't had any issues with Blogger. Does this happen on my site?

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  4. You will have to poke me when you do your book talk meme! Have a great week!

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  5. I will be starting Bristol House shortly. I have really liked all of the books I have read by Beverly Swerling so far. Hoping this one is good too. Happy reading!

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  6. I am really looking forward to reading the new Beverly Swerling!

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