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Sunday, September 28, 2014

Sunday Delight: We are Back!

Happy Sunday Everyone!
We are back!  I am so happy to tell you we (my computer) and I are back to blogging.  Last week, my computer's motherboard fired and died.  Sigh!  It was awful!!!!  I was whining and so upset because I had to make the discussion between getting this one fixed or getting a new laptop.  ARGH!  That is hard because I am a MAC girl through and through.  So the cost of fixing the motherboard at $400.00 looked a lot better than the $2,000 I would have to pay to get a used MAC Book Pro.  I bit the bullet and here we are back in the saddle.  Wheeww!  Going a week without my laptop is a mess.  Never again!   I hope!  
Now I have like 20 reviews to do and a million post to get caught up on.  

Here and Now

Time: 11:00 am
Drinking: Cold OJ
Eating: Making fried chicken, yams with green beans for dinner
 Listening To: My Praise and Worship playlist
Watching: I saw "The Equalizer" last night.  It was really violent with a good storyline. Of course it was Keith's movie pick.  LOL!

My Bookish Stuff

 Reading: Zora and Me by Victoria Bond (actually reading it now)
Listening To: Nothing
Next Read:  Still trying to find something.
Up Coming Review: The Last Dickens by Matthew Pearl

My Favorite Blog Post from Me

Pass on this one this week.

Favorite Book Blogging Events and Links

Here are a few things I ran across this week from other book bloggers and just around the blogiverse.   Some of these are old but I want to share them with you (and so I can clean out my SAVED folder.)

Banned Books Week and Why We Need to Talk About It @ The Reader's Antidote.  

Baltimore Book Festival 2014 @The Irish Banana

Guess who got married?  @Beckoned By Books

I Figured Out How to Design A Blog @Books A True Story

How the Heck Did You Do That?!? #20 Giveaways @The Caffeinated Book Reviewer

Multicultural Books For Children @Pragmatic Mom

Why Diversity? @ Rich in Color

Book Challenges Suppress Diversity @ Diversity in YA
Secret Fore-Edge Paintings Revealed in Early 19th Century Books at the University of Iowa @Colossal
A Great Quote I found (I have no idea where it came from)


Ho-Ho-Ho Read-A-Thon 

What interesting things have you run across this week?

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