Sunday Salon


Bonjour à tous mes amis!  Hello to all of my friends!

Let me first apologize for being rather quiet the past week or so, with both posting and commenting.  Work has been busier than usual with some special projects and then once home my attention span is shot and my brain is mush.  

 So, let's see...where to start...I'm still reading The Swan Maiden by Jules Watson - I should be done with it by now, but you know, the whole attention span thing.  It's a fantastic book, one you can really get lost in for hours.  I still owe you guys a review on Julia and The Master of Morancourt by Janet Aylmer, which was really great - that should be up this week.  Tomorrow I will be announcing the three winners of The Tory Widow Giveaway!  Good luck to all 133 of you!  Geesh...that is a lot of entries...thank you!  Stay tuned in the next few days or so for the announcement of the next PTTP Giveaway of...The Last Queen by C.W. Gortner.  This is anticipation of the paperback version being released on May 5, 2009! 

Congrats to all of you who participated in the Dewey 24 hour Read A Thon!  I have alot of posts to catch up on regarding this - it looks like a lot of you took part - very cool!  

I hope everyone has a great week! 


  1. I hope work eases up on you soon, Amy!

  2. Hope next week isn't so busy.

  3. I am so curious about the swan maiden :D

  4. I love the comic! So funny and so true...

  5. I just started The Swan Maiden this weekend myself, and I am enjoying it a lot. I am looking forward to some quality reading time with it on the trip home from work today!

  6. I hope work is better this week Amy. My attention span is nil sometimes too-lol. Ooooh, The Last Queen, I'll be keeping my eyeballs open for that one. Have a great week!

  7. I hate weeks like that, when you're so busy and tired you can't even find time to read. Argh. Hope it eases up for you!

  8. I am dying to get my hands on The Swan Maiden. I feel like Irish stories tend to get over looked.

    I feel you w/regards to the work thing. Hang in there Pumpkin!


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