Book arrivals: (linked to Mailbox Monday)
- The Long Way Home by Mariah Stewart (purchased)
- I Must Say by Martin Short (purchased)
Last week on Bookfan:
- Spotlight/US Giveaway: The Debt of Tamar by Nicole Dweck
- Review: A Window Opens by Elisabeth Egan
- #FitReaders Weekly Check-in
17 thoughts on “Sunday Post”
Happy reading 🙂
I read one Mariah Stewart book but wasn’t that taken by it, but do love the sound of her name. Probably should read another to double check!
I Must Say caught my eye.
I bet that Martin Short book is funny!
Happy Reading! I wish I liked memoirs!
Bittersweet Creek looks like a lovely read…enjoy! I also love the look of The Long Way Home. Have a great week, and here are MY WEEKLY UPDATES
Nice week for you.
I am going to check out your review of A WINDOW OPENS. I have the book but haven’t read it yet.
ENJOY your week.
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Enjoy your books and have a good week.,
I will never forget how hard I laughed at Martin Short’s wonderful performances in The Father of the Bride movies – a truly gifted comedian – enjoy!
I love reading Mariah Stewart’s Chesapeake Diaries series! Funny enough, The Long Way Home was actually the first one of them I’ve read. I’ve yet to read them all, but of course now I really want to pick up another one! Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
I didn’t know Martin Short had a book out. I’ll have to see what you think of it. Enjoy your new books.
Oh, the Martin Short one must be good! I need to add this to my wishlist. Also I’m glad to see you’ve enjoyed A Window Opens, it’s been on my wishlist. Happy reading!
The Martin Short book looks funny, enjoy!
I am curious about the Martin Short book, I Must Say. I hope you enjoy it and all of your books.
I don’t think that ‘The Long Way Home’ is one for me and I really don’t do memoirs at all. I haven’t ever seen anything with Martin Short in, however I do know of him, as he narrates the film in the Canadian Pavilion at EPCOT in DisneyWorld, Florida and he is absolutely hilarious in that, keeping the audience entertained as he takes them on a whistle-stop tour of his country.
I do however, quite like the sound of ‘The Debt Of Tamar’, so I might keep a lookout for that one 🙂
Thanks for sharing and have a good week.
I bet the Martin Short book will be entertaining!
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