Sunday Post

Book arrivals:

Little Bitty Lies that autumn in edinburgh the all you can  dream buffet Vine- Still Life With Bread Crumbs the memory child 

Last week on Bookfan:

What I’m reading:

  • Still Life with Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen



We said goodbye to Bailey last Monday. She was a sweet dog and part of our family for over 15 years. We know Murphy (below, left) was there to meet her at the Rainbow Bridge.


58 thoughts on “Sunday Post

  1. I am sorry for your loss. It is hard to lose a family pet you have had so long. I have Memory Child in my review pile. I really enjoy Steena Holmes – hope to love this one.


  2. Oh so sorry you lost Bailey! She looked like a sweet dog from her picture.
    Enjoy your new books, especially the new one from Ciji Ware. I’ll look for your review.


  3. Oh Mary … I am so sorry that you lost sweet Bailey. Saying goodbye to a beloved furbaby is heartbreaking. I’m sure Murphy was right there to greet her at the Rainbow Bridge. Sending love to you and your family.


  4. Mary, I am so sorry for your loss.. but know that Bailey is at peace… and has met up with his pal Murphy… I am looking forward to hear what you think of Nora Roberts Land..


  5. I am very sorry to hear about Bailey – they are such a part of our families!
    Can’t wait to hear your thoughts on Still Life and Bread Crumbs – Anna Quindlen is such a great author!


  6. The Quindlen title sounds wonderful.
    My condolences Mary… That photo with his friend passed is a beautiful memory to have with you.


  7. It’s so difficult to finally say goodbye. I’m sorry to hear about Bailey.

    I hope Still Life with Breadcrumbs is good. I’ll be reading it soon.


  8. Hi Harvee,

    Whilst it is so sad to hear about the loss of Bailey, I am sure from the picture you post, that he had the happiest of times with your family and has left you with nothing but good memories.

    I love the sound of ‘Still Life With Bread Crumbs’ and I shall look forward to this particular review, although I of course hope that you enjoy all your new books.

    Have a peaceful week,



  9. I’m so sorry for your loss. It’s so hard to say goodbye to a beloved pet.

    It looks like you got some great books. The Anna Quindlen books sounds great!


  10. Such sweet photos, I’m so sorry to hear about Bailey, goodbyes are hard … hugs. I’m looking forward to your thoughts on That Autumn in Edinburgh, I’ve only read one of Ciji’s books. And another sweet cover on The All You Can Dream Buffet.


  11. So sorry about losing Bailey. That always is hard as they are part of the family.
    Your book covers make such a pretty view! Enjoy your reading! (BTW – Jo Goodman makes me think of Julia Quinn, Stephanie Laurens, Mary Balogh, and similar authors with strong Regency series.)


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