Mailbox Monday for August is being hosted by The Reading Fever.
Short stories. Sri Lankan English fiction. One of the best around.
Am getting into a Maeve Binchy after ages. Looking forward to this one. A girl from Blitz battered London being sent to Ireland to live the war years safely.
Ditto for reads of Pattersson. Its been too long.
Sounds like a fun read this one.
Hosted by Sheila at Book Journey.
Reading right now
Over a 100 pages in and I do so like the description of Florence in all its glory.
Daughter husband and baby left last night. The house in unbelievably quiet.
Love Maeve Binchy...and I haven't read that Patterson book. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
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The Patterson book does look good!ReplyDelete
Love Jill Shalvis and I haven't picked up a Maeve Binchy in forever. I bet you're missing the family already.ReplyDelete
Have a good week and happy reading :)
Nice mailbox and a good week for you.ReplyDelete
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Nice to be reading an author from you own country! I make a special effort (even started my own challenge) to read Dutch writers.ReplyDelete
Are there many Sri Lankan writers?
Just finished reading a Maeve Binchy book,like her reads.ReplyDelete
I love Binchy, Patterson & Shalvis! The other 2 are new to me.ReplyDelete
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Love, love Maeve Binchy. James Patterson is always a quick, easy and entertaining read.ReplyDelete
Putting Light a Penny Candle and The Italian Promise on my list Mystica!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing,
I haven't read ANY of these, but I hope that you enjoy them all.ReplyDelete
I think I read Light a Penny Candle years ago. I've read several of Binchy's books and thought they were all terrific!ReplyDelete
I'm glad you linked up at my blog. If the official Mr. Linky ever gets posted, we can all link there as well.
I have a couple of James Patterson's novels but haven't read either of them yet. And I'd certainly like to savour some Sri Lankan fiction including short stories. In spite of being one I know so little of South Asian literature.ReplyDelete
I've had some of these books on my TBR for a long time. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
I just finished my first Maeve Binchy novel. I can't wait to read more!ReplyDelete
I've heard Jill Shalvis' books are great. Happy reading!ReplyDelete