Sunday Salon — December 1

logo for The Sunday SalonGood morning!

Time: // 8:47 am

The scene: // Bright and a bit warmer for our Thanksgiving weekend. We had the perfect day to wander about town on Small Business Saturday.

Listening to: // Classical Christmas Choral on Accuradio.

cover of The Signature of All Things

A novel about history and botany was bound to appeal to me.

Reading: // I’m about to finish Provence, 1970 by Luke Barr, which I loved. I’ve started The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert and I’m really enjoying that, too.

Blogging about: //


logo for Nonfiction NovemberParticipating in: //  Nonfiction November, hosted by Kim of Sophisticated Dorkiness and Lu of Regular Rumination, was so fun! The theme for Week 4 was “Name one book you learned about through other posts” during Nonfiction November. I had lots, but wrote about The Secret Lives of Codebreakers by Sinclair McKay.

I also posted one last nonfiction book review: A Paris Notebook by C.W. Gusewelle.

Looking forward to: // Hosting my first Twitter interview on Wednesday evening at #WSchat, hosted by Wordsmith Studio. Join us at 9PM Eastern / 8 Central / 7 Mountain / 6 Pacific / 5 Alaskan / 4 Hawaiian. The rest of the world is welcome, too. I just learned a lot about US Time Zones for our #BookFriday on #BlackFriday Twitter chats.

I’ll be interviewing Jane Ann McLachlan who writes prodigiously in a variety of genres. If you ever wondered how authors juggle many projects, this will be the perfect opportunity to find out.

What are you up to this fine Sunday?

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About Joy Weese Moll

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8 Responses to Sunday Salon — December 1

  1. A busy week! Thanks for sharing…and I’m off to check out some of your links.

    Here’s MY WEEKLY SUNDAY/MONDAY UPDATES

  2. Kailana says:

    I am going to have to go through all The Non-fiction November posts. I really enjoy non-fiction and would love some more recommendations. Unfortunately I wasn’t really around much for the actual event. It would be fun!

  3. Another good bit on The Signature of All Things, something tells me that I’m going to have to bite the bullet and read it after all! Totally agree on Non-Fiction November, it was a wonderful event.

  4. The Signature of All Things is a book I’d also like to read sometime as I’ve read good things about it.

  5. susan says:

    I look forward to your thoughts on Elizabeth Gilbert’s new book. From what I’ve heard it’s good. Enjoy.

    http://www.thecuecard.com/

  6. Nonfiction November? I totally missed out on that! I really need to pay more attention :)

  7. I’m curious about The Signature of All Things, I’ve heard lots of good things about it so far.

  8. Louise says:

    I’ve heard so much good about The Signature of All Things, I’ll be really interested to read your review when you finish.

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