Sunday Post

Book arrivals:

the cottage on juniper ridge the chance waking kate christmas at copper mountain

Last week on Bookfan:

  • Review: Old Man River by Paul Schneider
  • Review: Sleigh Bells in the Snow by Sarah Morgan

What I’m reading:

  • The Supreme Macaroni Company by Adriana Trigiani
  • Christmas Bliss by Mary Kay Andrews

Happy reading!

31 thoughts on “Sunday Post

  1. It’s the perfect time of year to curl up with a book, and you have plenty to choose from! Happy reading, Mary!


  2. I picked up the 2 free e-books this week, too – just need to find the time to read them! I also requested the new Robyn Carr book on Netgalley – hoping I get approved for it as I’ve really enjoyed the other books in the series. I think I also requested the Sheila Roberts book, too.

    I read and loved the Adriana Trigiani book – so bummed, though, that it’s the last in that series. I really love Valentine and wish we would be seeing more of her!

    Have a great week!


    • I’m about halfway in on the Trigiani audio. I agree, it will be hard to say goodbye to Valentine. I’ve loved the series – but I’ve loved all of AT’s books 🙂


  3. I have Juniper Ridge and The Chance, and was able to grab Waking Kate. Christmas on Copper Mountain wasn’t free anymore and my Kindle runneth over so I passed on it.


    • I got a heads up from Jane Porter’s newsletter that ‘Copper Mountain’ would be free for 2-3 days. Otherwise I probably would have missed it. Like you though, my kindle is bursting with unread books so it wouldn’t have been a tragedy 😉


  4. I snagged that Free book by Jane Porter and I am looking forward to reading it.. Also you lucky girl to have Robyn Carr’s new book already… can’t wait to get my hands on it.


  5. I LOVED Supreme Macaroni Company in print and I see the audio is read by a favorite narrator of mine – Cassandra Clare – I am sure it is great! I listened to the last Christmas book in the Weezie series – Blue Christmas- last year and really liked it. I may download Christmas Bliss for this year! Have a good week, Mary!


  6. Hi Mary,

    I have never come across the name of Sarah Addison Allen before, but I love the sound of ‘Waking Kate’, so with many of her other books also intriguing and calling to me, hers is a great new addition to my author list.

    I never used to be much of a fan of the short story, but just lately I have read books by a couple of great exponents of the genre, so I shan’t be turning my back on a good short read in the future.

    Thanks for sharing and have a good week,



  7. I love Sarah Addison Allen’s writing, sad that Waking Kate is not available for us in Australia. I’m off to try and grab The Chance on NetGalley. Have a great week and happy reading Mary


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