Sunday, October 17, 2010

Monday Memes

Well, it's Monday and that means it is time to share what the mail brought me.  Looks like I'm going to be cooking soon:
James Beard's American CookeryJames Beard's American Cookery is from the nice folks at Hachette, for review
The Family Dinner: Great Ways to Connect with Your Kids, One Meal at a TimeThe Family Dinner: Great Ways to Connect with Your Kids, One Meal at a Time is also from Hachette.
Letters to Ethan: A Grandfather's Legacy of Life & LoveLetters to Ethan: A Grandfather's Legacy of Life & Love is from the publisher
The Tapestry ShopThe Tapestry Shop is from the publisher too.

Check out Mailbox Monday, which is being hosted this month at She Reads and Reads.  You'll see what other book bloggers got this week.

It's Monday, What Are You Reading is hosted at Book Journey.  It's participants let you know what they've read and reviewed in the last week, and what they plan to review this week.

I read:
Happiness KeyHappiness Key which is about four women who live in a "seen better days" development in Florida.  My review
.The Perfect Blend (The Tea Shop Series)The Perfect Blend (The Tea Shop Series) is a Christian romance, but not a preachy one.  My review.
The Home for Broken HeartsThe Home for Broken Hearts is about a widow who opens her home to boarders in order to make ends meet.  My review
Southern Fried Child In Home Seeker'S ParadiseSouthern Fried Child In Home Seeker'S Paradise I posted an interview with the author of this Southern memoir.
Lady in Waiting: A NovelLady in Waiting: A Novel I posted a First Wildcard Tour

As far as my plans for this week, well, hopefully I'll read and get reviews up of the books I got last week, unless something I get this week catches my eye...

16 comments:

  1. the tapestry shop looks interesting. Esp the part about Robin Hood. Hope you enjoy it.

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  2. I just got the Tapestry Shop book in the mail too. Don't you love that cover?

    I think The Home For Broken Hearts looks good!

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  3. Wow you had a great week and am wondering what recipe you will be trying. I read your review of The Home for Broken Hearts and it sounds like a very interesting book with some unusual characters.

    Hope you have a great week!

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  4. The Home for Broken Hearts sounds interesting. Laurel-Rain has it on her blog as well...

    Guess it's a new release in the US. Haven't seen it yet in Australian bookstores (not that I've been looking - but I will now).

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  5. The cookbooks look great and I'm really curious about The Tapestry Shop. Enjoy!

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  6. I got American Cookery too - it's huge! I don't know where to start with it. Happy reading!

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  7. Oh, I love the cover on the Tapestry book...and I'm now going to click over to read your review of The Home for Broken Hearts, which I, too, read last week.

    Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  8. The Tapestry Shop looks interesting. Hope you enjoy your new books! My mailbox is at The Crowded Leaf.

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  9. I am a huge fan of cookbooks! Looking forward to your thought on both the James Beard book and The Family Dinner book. Have a good week.

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  10. The cover of The Tapestry Shop is lovely. I'll be checking it out.

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  11. It does sound as though you'll be doing some cooking! So will I, since I ordered two slow cooker books-- Italian and Indian. Enjoy!

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  12. Thanks for linking your post on my blog. Enjoy all your books!

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  13. Thanks for stopping by.

    Cook books are always good. Can't have too many of those.

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  14. The two cookbooks look great. I got The Tapestry Shop too.

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  15. Looks like some great ones. Enjoy!

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  16. Looks like books I would like.

    Looking forward to reviews.

    Stopping by from shereadsandreads.

    Stop by to see my mailbox if you like:

    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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