Sunday, August 1, 2010

Sunday Salon - July Wrap Up!

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My July started out fast, but then took a slow turn somewhere along the line. I only read five books, but they were all good ones...

Lumby on the Air by Gail Fraser
Every Last One by Anna Quindlen
Men and Dogs by Katie Crouch (audio)
Executive Retention by Maria E. Schneider
Shoulder Bags and Shootings by Dorothy Howell

I'm still reading Red Mist by Richard Taylor, which I absolutely love. I was away on vacation this past week which is why I didn't finish reading it, but I should in the next couple of days.

I'm hoping August will be a better month for me.

A member of one of my reading groups found a great website to keep track of books that are part of series. It's wonderful for those of you that read continuing stories. It keeps track of which book you have to read next in a series and it even tells you if a new book in the series is about to be released. You can also keep track of your friends' series. I still have to input all my series books, but if you'd like to check it out, go to FictFact. If you join, feel free to friend me. My user name is Yvonne473 over there.

I hope you all have a great week!


  1. You read good books. I read 7 and I am happy with my lot!

    BTW, you title should have been July Wrap up.

    TSS: What Books I Read in July

  2. I nice July for you :) I had such a crazy one, read too many books

  3. Sounds like you had a good reading month :) I Read the first in the Lumby books and enjoyed it.

  4. Thanks for the website reference, Yvonne! I am going to sign up later today because I love series books......


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