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Sunday, 9 March 2014


And what reading might add to the wonderful ?


My week included listening to another in the Daisy Dalrymple Mystery series
by Carola Dunn.
Carola popped in to comment on the audiobook post of her
 a great and appreciated surprise!
This week I've listened to book 5,   
                            DAMSEL IN DISTRESS

I am working through Lacy C Ellman's
book for my 6 week Lenten journey.
[journeying with intention in everday life]
which is exactly my intention in choosing this book...

                       I've continued the audio listening of EMMA which I'm really enjoying more than reading.  For other Jane Austen fans,
I've found an abridged audio of Emma read by
Fiona Shaw - 'Sophy Croft' from the movie version of PERSUASION.
I would certainly enjoy having Fiona reading a story to me
as I so admired her portrayal of Sophy Croft.
A definite reading/listening treat in my books!
   DEATH BY THE BOOK was a fav read this week.
    Book 2 in the Drew Farthering Mystery series
    by Julianna Deering      Released March 4th.
    Set in the 1930's, a fabulous plot that kept its secrets to the end.
   Review posted  [click to read]
There you have it for this week's reading.
Another 3 audios ahead -

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Hoping your week of  reading is rewarding !
Here's to SPRING !
More reading in the link collection at BOOK JOURNEY

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Greg said...

Nice to see the new Drew Farthering mystery out, I read Rules of Murder and liked it. Also neat that the author dropped in in your teaser- how cool is that!

Hope you have a fabulous new week!

Nise' said...

I listened to audios last week while cleaning. Have a great week of reading/listening.

Kathryn T. said...

It is always great when an author pops in to leave a comment. Looks like you got some serious reading done. All the best for the coming week.

Teddyree said...

I love audiobooks for turning exercise and housework into an almost pleasurable experience ... almost lol. The narrator makes all the difference. Mr Darcy's Noble Connections looks good.

shelleyrae @ book'd out said...

Sounds like a satisfying week for you!

Have a great reading week,
Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

Jade Morriss said...

I don't actually listen to audio books - I think having someone 'read to me' would leave me disconnected from the story. I know they are ever popular though! I hope you enjoy your reads this week!
Bits & Bobs

Mystica said...

Lovely collection of reads. Enjoy them all. I do so like the name Daisy Dalrymple!

Kathy Martin said...

Your mysteries sound like fun reads that I need to add to my wishlist. Thanks for visiting my blog and have a great week.

Cranberry Morning said...

I would love to use audiobooks, but I find that I just don't pay attention to them. Maybe I should listen when I'm lying down and not trying to do anything else. I'd recommend that the Jane Austen readers (or listeners) use the unabridged version. Her writing is just so clever that it would be a shame to miss anything. Thank you for this blog post! Now that I'm needing to get my feet up more often, I'll check out audiobooks again.

Rebecca said...

I just finished Exit the Actress. A work of historical fiction but I liked that it was written as a diary and included some excerpts of mail between the royals. It was well done.

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

Now that my commute has gone from one hour to five minutes, I never seem to listen to audiobooks. Sad.

Here's my It's Monday!

Introverted Jen said...

You've reminded me that I need to finish watching the mini-series of Emma with Romola Garai. I was really enjoying it! Enjoy your week!

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

thanks everyone for your good reading wishes and wonderful chat! I
always appreciate your presence here

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