Sunday, April 3, 2011

Sunday Salon - March Wrap Up!

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Happy Sunday Everyone! For some reason, this felt like a long week but yet the month of March went by really quickly.

As far as my reading went, I did pretty well this least it was well for me :)

Here's what I read...

From Dead to Worse by Charlaine Harris (audio)
Vestal Virgin by Suzanne Tyrpak
Fatal Embrace by Aris Whittier
Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris (audio)
The Embroidered Corpse by Brian Kavanagh
Anasazi Intrigue by Linda Weaver Clarke
Better Together by Raymond Rose
A Touch of Dead by Charlaine Harris (audio)
Bloody Ham by Brian Kavanagh

That's a total of 9 books for the month. Plus, I completed a couple of challenges so that was a good thing.

I'm going to have a few author interviews in the next couple of weeks. I'll also be participating in some blog tours, which are always fun.

I still have a book giveaway going on, so you still have time to enter. It's for Sherryl Woods' Driftwood Cottage. If you haven't read her, yet, you should give her a try. I love her books and should have a review of this one within the next few weeks.

On a personal note, I finally started to do some spring cleaning and have donated boxes upon boxes of books to my local library. I'm finally starting to be able to use my guest room again. Okay, not yet but eventually I'll get there :) It's not easy for me to give away all my books and just keep my ereader. I did negotiate with my husband and I'm keeping my cozies that I haven't read yet. I'm happy with that, we really do need to use that room again.

I hope everyone has a great week.

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  1. Productive reading month :)

    Do hope you have a good reading month in April.

    I have our family hol coming up and always believe I will get 2 books read on hols.....we will see....never been achieved yet :)


  2. Spring cleaning should include clearing out books, but I'm reluctant to part with most of them! Happy spring!

  3. had a great March; hope April is just is good.

    BTW...that cat and I live by the same motto! LOL

  4. Gorgeous cat photo (and philosophy!) for spring cleaning, I feel that prickle of distaste, even as I think about it. Ugh.

    But I should do it, anyway, right?

    Maybe if I think about how organizing things would free up space for other stuff...Hmm.

    Thanks for sharing. Great March for you!


  5. Good month :) Let's hope April is just like it

  6. You definitely had a good month! Happy April reading!

  7. I think like kitty! I need to get motivated to do so me Spring cleaning too.

  8. I am in the process of reading Acadia Falls. Its quite a strange read or at least it seems that way to me. Anyone else read it!

  9. It is so difficult to get rid of books, especially if they haven't been read yet! I know I should do some spring cleaning, I'm just waiting for the mood to strike me.

  10. I agree author interviews and blog tours are fun.

    Here's hoping April is a good reading month.


  11. Now you see, Dizzy by name......

    I posted a comment twice here.
    In my defence on different days LOL

    I need my holiday :)



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