MONDAY FROM THE INTERIOR: WHAT ARE YOU READING? — JULY 16

Good morning, and welcome to another Monday, in which we celebrate our reading, blogging, and life.  Mailbox Monday is hosted in July by Mrs. Q Book Addict; and Book Journey brings us another edition of What Are You Reading?

MAILBOX MONDAY:

This week’s mailbox was totally empty!

WHAT ARE YOU READING?

Welcome to another week of sharing our reading, blogging, and life moments.

Here are some of my blogging posts:

I did a little bit of editing on one of my WIPs this week and posted about it at Creative Journey:  Accomplishments & Distractions.

Earlier in the week, I wrote about Creative Summer Days:  Changes & Creations, at Story Corner.

At My Forest Journey, In Search of the Perfect Surrogate (an excerpt from Embrace the Whirlwind).

In My Sweet Saturday Sample:  Comparing Notes (a snippet from Interior Designs).

Reading/Reviews-Click titles for reviews:

Paris Without End, by Gioia Diliberto

Island Apart, by Steven Raichlen

Sea Change, by Karen White

Still Reading:

Rain, by Leigh K. Cunningham.

What’s Up Next? (Click titles/covers for more info)

The Roots of the Olive Tree, by Courtney Miller Santo

The Shadow Queen, by Rebecca Dean

Keepsake (e-book), by Kristina Riggle

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That’s my week!  I hope you’ll stop by and share your week.

 

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36 thoughts on “MONDAY FROM THE INTERIOR: WHAT ARE YOU READING? — JULY 16

  1. An empty mailbox is so sad, lol I am sure you have absolutely nothing to read, ha ha!!
    Enjoy the break while you can. I am sure it will not be empty for long.
    Have a great week.

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    • Ha-ha! Yes, I should get more done without additional books, but I do tend to get drawn into distractions. But yesterday’s distractions were about working on my creations, Patty, and I felt a sense of accomplishment.

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  3. I just finished a few days of watching Hoarders obsessively on t.v., so I find the book Keepsake to be interesting. Never thought to see it as fiction, though why not? Fiction is a great way to explore everyday (or not so everyday) issues that we all live with. Back when I was super poor, I think we were beginning to live with the beginnings of a hoarder lifestyle – minus the grosser elements. I found myself hanging on to all kinds and sizes of clothes for the kids and myself. Thank god we snapped out of it, because I see how it could overtake people’s lives.

    So back to book stuff – I think I might want to read this eventually. 🙂 And thanks for visiting my blog – I’ve been so horrible at keeping it up. Happy reading to you and yours.

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    • I’m glad you could stop by, Mardel, and yes…sometimes it’s hard to keep up with it all. I’m hoping to enjoy Keepsake; I’ve already read a couple of fictional “hoarding” books and one memoir.

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