Sunday, August 29, 2010

Coming Attractions

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September 28

18 comments:

  1. I bet you are excited about all of these! Yea for some good reads to come!

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  2. Kay, I am so, so thrilled to read each of these books. Cool weather, a chair by the woodstove, black dogs at my feet, and books to read. Ah, bliss.

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  3. Let's see, Letters to Julia right before I start to cook supper for inspriation;
    An Irish Country Courtship for that favorite reading hour, nine thirty in the evening when all is still in the house. That is unless a racoon wakes the dog up.
    xx

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  4. So funny. I was just this second looking at the Julia book on Amazon. I lose hours on that site on Sunday afternoons!

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  5. I am looking forward to the new Jan Karon book as much as I am looking forward to the next Harry Potter movie! An Irish Country Courtship looks very interesting as well. Hmm, I might be doing a lot of reading this winter!

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  6. Please let us know what you think of these after reading them! I will make a trip to the library! Excited about the Jan Karron one!

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  7. I have already placed holds on the Karon and Taylor books...can't wait!

    I'll have to look into the other two...thanks for the tips :)

    Have a great week
    Niki

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  8. Hi Nan. I've always loved your sidebar and re-read it almost every time I drop by. Today, the quote about farming makes me want to tell you something that you probably already know. Yesterday we visited Monticello (my blog is running a week behind) -- it is such a beautiful home and grounds. We learned that he was most proud of being a farmer! That's what he really considered himself. On the census form, that's what he called himself (he was vice president at the time, having already written the Declaration of Independence!)

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  9. Nan, what a great group of books!! Happy Reading!!

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  10. Good for you Nan! I discovered this Spring that Jan Karon had been to Ireland so she could write a book....should be interesting!
    And the others are new to me but thanks for the heads up!
    Joanne

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  11. Looks like some great winter reading! The Julia Child book is one that I'd love to read. The other three will have to wait until I read the earlier titles in those series!

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  12. Julie, I love your reading scheme!

    Pamela, that is quite amazing! I remember in Julie & Julia when Julia is waiting for Avis to arrive and J. says she has never met her - they've been pen pals all these years. A little like bloggers!

    Karin, I adore the Irish Country series. I've written about all the books if you are interested in learning more. And I can't wait to read about Father Tim and Cynthia in Ireland - finally!

    Linda, she can't write fast enough for me! I love her books so much.

    Niki, I'm so excited about them all!

    Oh, Sallie, that is just great! I'd love to visit. Have you ever read a book called Dear Mr. Jefferson: Letters from a Nantucket Gardener by Laura Simon? I learned so much about TJ, the farmer/gardener from this wonderful book. I've read it several times.

    Sherri, I sure look forward to them!

    Joanne, I think you would enjoy the Irish Country series. This is the fifth.

    Les, I love those three series, and am so looking forward to all these books. Of course, since I've posted this collection, I've found some others. I should do a regular posting of Coming Attractions.:<)

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  13. I hadn't seen that Julia Child book before. I must hunt it down - it looks intriguing.

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  14. Nice to hear from you, Karla! I'm excited about the letters.

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  15. They all look and sound great and thanks to you I'm hooked on the Irish series!!!

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  16. I'm looking forward to the Julia Child letters too. Some of her corres. was quoted in a bio I'm reading (by Laura Shapiro) -- she's very inspirationall, not to mention funny! (Thanks for visiting, too!)
    Audrey

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  17. Audrey, did you see Julie & Julia? As I wrote to Pamela, there was a scene in the film when Julia C. was waiting for Avis to arrive. They had never met - were pen pals, much like bloggers today. I'm going to check into the LS book. I have one by her called Perfection Salad which I want to read soon.

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