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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Sunday Salon 4/27 - Live from Cincinnati

Hello, everyone! I hope you've all had an enjoyable week, full of wonderful reading opportunities.

This weeks Salon will be a short one for me, as I'm still in Cincinnati visiting family and am posting this from my phone (ah, the joys of technology!). Combine that with the fact that I've only read half of Agatha Christie's The Murder of Roger Ackroyd this past week, and I actually have very little to post about. I don't know what happened to my week. One minute I've got all the time in the world, and suddenly, whiz bang, there it goes! Oh well, hopefully this week will be better.

I've continued reading Jeff Smith's Bone and have stuck to my one issue a day rule. I've finished the first section of the book, and we've learned who most of the principle characters are now, so we should be moving into the full development of the story now.

It's getting late and I need my beauty sleep, but I didn't want to let a Sunday slip by without at least a little Salon.

Happy reading, everyone!


Clare - The Super Mommy Club said...

Wow - I'm impressed that you posted a whole post from your phone! What did we do before today's wondrous technology!

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. It has been years since I read that. Isn't that the one with the vegetable marrows? Whatever they are.

Anonymous said...

Even answering my phone can defeat me. I am totally awe-struck!

Irish said...

You've got a very impressive phone there my friend. Hope that your having fun in Cincinnati.

samantha.1020 said...

I love Agatha Christie...someday I would like to have read all of the books that she has written.

Kara said...

Welcome to my neck of the woods here in Cincinnati!! Technology is wonderful.

tapestry100 said...

Thanks for everyone's comments. I had an enjoyable time in Cincinatti. I had never been there before, and it's quite an impressive city. I enjoyed walking around and looking at all the interesting architecture.

I'm still reading The Murder of Roger Ackroyd. For whatever reason, this one seems to be taking forever!