Sunday, November 22, 2009

Sunday Salon - Happy Thanksgiving!

It's amazing how quickly the time flies, isn't it? It feels like yesterday when I was putting together which reading challenges I was going to do for 2009 and getting all my books together. Now, we're almost at 2010. I can't believe it.

Anyway, I'm hoping to have a four day holiday weekend and some extra time to catch up on my reading, but I'm not sure yet.

This week, I've "re-discovered" mysteries and cozy mysteries. I read Killing Bridezilla by Laura Levine - a great series and a fun mystery story. I love her books. Now, I'm reading "The Diva Runs Out of Thyme" by Krista Davis. As soon as I'm finished, I'll write and post a review but I have to say...this book is wonderful! It's also set at Thanksgiving and I love to read books set in whatever time of year we happen to be in. This book has been in my TBR for over a year and I wish I had read it sooner, but I guess the important thing is that I'm reading it now and loving it.

This has totally put me in a cozy mystery frame of mind. The weather outside is getting cooler and there's nothing better than lying in bed wrapped up in a warm quilt and reading a cozy mystery. For me, those things make for a winning combination.

Anyway, for those of you celebrating Thanksgiving, I hope you have a wonderful and relaxing holiday!


  1. How nice that you were able to find a good holiday themed cozy mystery! I hope you have a great holiday too!

  2. The Thanksgiving themed books out there are fairly few and far between for adults so I'm a little jealous you found a good one.

  3. Cosy mysteries sound really good. Especially at this time of year. I hope you enjoy your long weekend.


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