My Sunday-Monday Post!

My Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba the Caffeinated Book Reviewer

It’s Monday! What Are You Reading? is hosted by Kathryn at Book Date

Sunday Salon is hosted by Deb at Readerbuzz

We had quite a busy weekend! We had the art fair on Friday, then a neighborhood block party Saturday, and then Sunday morning we headed to Belle Isle for the Kite Fest. It was a busy, fun weekend! (Also apologies for such giant photos, I am still working that out)

Read Last Week:

I had a pretty good reading week last week too!

  I picked up Brazen on a whim and absolutely loved it!! It’s a graphic novel that I devoured in a day. I now intend to seek out more of Bagieu’s work. Cherokee Summer is a NetGalley arc that I requested because it mentioned summer. Lol. It is YA and pretty good. Review soon. And I am still reading Hotel Pastis as part of Paris In July, which I have been not that great at so far but I am planning on turning that around this week.

 

 Reading This Week:

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I plan on finishing this up!

Posted Last Week:

Summertime Snippets

Book Review: Last Summer

Watching:

Nothing but the Tour de France!

16 thoughts on “My Sunday-Monday Post!

  1. Oh the Kite Fest looks awesome! Grand Haven over here has a kite festival every year (I think it’s in May but not sure) but we keep forgetting about it, and haven’t been there in a few years.

    Have a good week!

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  2. I like Peter Mayle’s nonfiction so much better than his fiction, but that might just be me. I’m hoping to read a cookbook about Paris desserts this week for Paris in July. I think I will try baking something from the book.

    You have had a busy week. The kites look like so much fun. I can’t remember when I saw kites flying.

    Have a good week!

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  3. I love Peter Mayle but haven’t read this one! I am halfway through what I would call a graphic memoir called “French Milk,” which I’ll post on next week for Paris in July and just finished Julian Fellowes’ “Past Imperfect.” Love summer reading time!

    In your “About” page I noticed your son has CP. I wondered if you’d reading “Breakthrough Parenting for Children with Special Needs” by Judy Winter? I find it an excellent book on parenting for anyone but of course it’s targeted toward those with additional challenges. Judy’s son had CP and she has done much as an advocate for parents.

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    • I think I read French Milk! Or I wanted to! I will have to check out your review. 🙂 I read about half of that Mayle book before I accidentally returned it to the library. Lol. I like his nonfiction better I think, although this one wasn’t too bad.

      I have not read that! I will for sure add it to my list! Thank you for sharing that with me! 🙂

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  4. What awesome fun you’ve been having. When I save a picture from somewhere, I usually downsize it to 600 pixels and see how big it is; if it’s portrait like your IG one, then I usually lower the pixels to 400.

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