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Sunday, 8 March 2015


Momentous Day !

Celebrating Grandson's Arrival 

7 lbs 10 oz just as the clock sprang 1 hour ahead
 Sunday morning
this precious wee one arrived to be loved and cherished.
JoY and Gratitude for safe and timely arrival 1 week early!
Mom, Dad, Big Brother and Nana all doing reasonably well 
{whilst flying high !}
Definitely a reader in the making !!
Library under construction :)

{ Monday Reading will may be added once I climb off Cloud 9 ! }

Reading this week included ~

Contemporary story parallelled with breathtaking story in France WWII


Audio YA story for reading Ireland in March {thanks to Oasis Audio}


Lovely arrivals in the post ~

Another gorgeous cover and intriguing WWII plot...
Both of these lovely authors autographed and sent warm thoughts to remind me
of them each time I open the books.

This one arrived postmarked Eire from
Irish author Geraldine O'Neill with setting and characters for more 
Ireland reading in March


Review copy arrived for Book Tour Release Party March 30th!
Stacy Henrie's book 3 Of Love and War trilogy conclusion 


Book 3 of Everstone Chronicles trilogy ~ Review copy arrived ~ Releases April 1st 

An armful of library reserves arrived as well,
so no shortage of novel choices as ordered.

Continuing both 
book club reads ~

And don't miss your final chance ~
Enter to WIN ALL 8 novels of Julie Klassen's
historical fiction collection !
Ends Monday March 9th at 11.59 pm PT
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Kathryn T said...

Congratulations, I am sure it will take awhile to come down off cloud nine - maybe never! Gorgeous pic.

Love all the book covers of your books this week, they all seem to hold promise.

Faith Hope Cherrytea said...

Thankyou, Kathryn! I appreciate you taking time to chat and your encouraging comments always inspirit :)

Lucy said...

So happy for you! Enjoy!!! (p.s. I'm waiting for 1st grandchild in a few months!)

Teddyree said...

Congratulations, so very happy to hear your joyous news. He looks absolutely beautiful ... all that hair too. There is truly nothing like a grandchild to make your heart literally sing.
oh your books look good too lol ... happy reading if you can manage to focus :)

Melinda Ott said...

Congrats on your handsome new grandson! He's one handsome fellow!

shelleyrae @ book'd out said...

Congratulations on the arrival of your new grandson!

Shelleyrae @ Book'd Out

iris said...

félicitations pour ce si joli
à bientôt
edith (iris)

Creations by Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Oh, congrats on the precious grandson...I remember that Cloud Nine...and while I still enjoy them all nowadays, those baby moments are so precious.

Enjoy...and yes, books tend to take a backseat, don't they?


Miss Kathy said...

You totally have the BEST JOB! Reading and writing and what precious Nana time you have ahead of you as you build that darlin's library!!

Would love to escape with the Ireland books, for sure, but now I'm a month behind on my own modest trying to read for pleasure list again! How do you find the time???


fredamans said...

Congratulations on the grandson!

Julie @ Smiling Shelves said...

Congratulations! What a lot of hair that little guy has. Enjoy your reading and your family!

Susan said...

WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW A new little grandson with LOTS of gorgeous hair, all ready to be loved.

I am soooo happy for you and for all your family. Susan

Elizabeth said...

Congratulations to everyone.

What a lot of hair. :)

I read Chateau of Secrets. Loved that book.

ENJOY your new grandson and all your books.

Silver's Reviews
My It's Monday, What Are You Reading

Anonymous said...

Congrats!!! I just got Dawn's novel on my Kindle and can't wait to start it!

Tami Q said...

I enjoy books by Susan Meissner. I haven't read Secrets of a Charmed Life yet. I'll have to add that to my mile long wish list. I'm looking forward toyou your next post of great books at Literacy Musing Mondays.

P.S. You have a sweet grandbaby!

Katherine Thayer said...

The Chateau of Secrets is very well written, it has twists, it shows us love isn't always where we think it is. What you see may not be what really is, and we all should live each day to the fullest since none of us are guaranteed tomorrows.

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