Sunday, November 6, 2011

Suddenly Sunday

Suddenly Sunday is a weekly event hosted by Svea@ The Muse in the Fog Book Review. The purpose of Suddenly Sunday is to share all the exciting events that have occurred on your blog throughout the week. 

Good afternoon everyone! How has your Sunday been so far? I am so very happy that the weather this past week has finally reflected the season. There is nothing I love more than curling up with a good book and a hot cup of coffee on a rainy day... of course I have to finish my homework first (she says as she is neglecting it while blogging). Speaking of school, how are there only 5 weeks left?! I just found out that I will have to do a presentation in my American Lit class instead of a written final exam; I've chosen to do mine on Edgar Allan Poe's The Purloined Letter. Have any of you read The Purloined Letter? Well, I guess it's time to sum up what's been going on here at The Muse in the Fog Book Review:

The Women of the Cousin's War
by Phillipa Gregory, David Baldwin, and Michael Jones.

I Began Reading:

The September Queen
by Gillian Bagwell

I am once again a participant of NaNoWrMo. Last year was my first attempt at this writing challenge and I failed miserably, but this year I plan to fail to a lesser degree, lol. I doubt with my current schedule I will be able to complete all 50,000 words, but as long as I surpass last years word count I am happy. If you are interested in NaNoWrMo, or are already a participant and want to add me as a writing buddy, here is the link:

Sunday's Spontaneous Question: 
As a new feature on my Suddenly Sunday posts I will be asking a weekly question just for fun :)

What's your favorite reading location and/or setting?

My favorite setting is definitely a rainy day, or at night when I can dim the lights and turn on the fireplace. As far as location I am yet to find a favorite go to place, but I hope to transform my little office/library into a cozy nook soon.

Have a great week everyone & happy reading!
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Teddyree said...

Best of luck with NaNoWrMo, sounds like you have a big workload, but I like your attitude "this year I plan to fail to a lesser degree" LOL

I finished The Song of the Nile last week and absolutely loved it!
I don't know anything about The September Queen so I'll have to check it out.

Carole Rae said...

It depends on the weather for me. In the summer or rainy days I love to lounge on my settee by the window. During super cold days (and at night, of course) I love to snuggle down in my comfy bed. ^.^

That was one poem I haven't read by him....yet. I love that guy. ^.^