Sunday, January 16, 2011
Sunday Salon - A Lazy Day...
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We ended up with yet another ridiculous blizzard this week...another 20 inches of snow dumped on it. We usually get one blizzard like this for the entire season, we've already had two and the winter is not nearly over yet. I'm really thinking of moving to a warmer climate, but then I look at my TBR room and the thought of clearing out those books makes me able to deal with the snow a bit better. LOL
This week I completed two books...
How Sweet It Is by Sophie Gunn - Good romance. I am hosting a blog tour for this on February 4th, so I won't be posting my review until then. On January 24th I'll begin hosting a giveaway for this book.
Dead to the World by Charlaine Harris - This is another Sookie Stackhouse book and I listened to the audio version. I love this series! I actually think I'm starting to love the books better than the TV show (the TV show does differ from the books). I can almost see Anna Paquin (Sookie on True Blood) as I listen to the audio (she doesn't narrate, though, but the person who does sounds awfully close to her). I'll have this review later today.
I'm currently reading "The Innocent" by Vincent Zandri. This is for another blog tour I'm hosting in February. This one really grabbed me from page one. I've become very selective in the books I agree to review and, so far, I've been pretty successful and have picked books I'm loving. I'm on a roll! I shouldn't say that too loud though, I could jinx myself :)
My next audio book will be another Sookie book, of course! I'm up to "Dead As A Doornail".
I watched the new show "Off The Map" this week and thought it was really good. It's by the makers of "Grey's Anatomy" and "Private Practice". This show is set in South America with a clinic run by volunteer doctors from the United States. Good and likeable cast with an interesting storyline.
I love finding new TV shows that are good quality. I'm looking forward to watching Harry's Law with Kathy Bates this week. It's from David E. Kelley who did Ally McBeal, Boston Legal, Chicago Hope, Picket Fences and The Practice. All shows I loved, so hopefully this will be good too.
Other than that, it's the same old stuff this week, complete with another forecast for snow during the week. Hopefully, it won't be another blizzard.
Have a great week everyone!
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