Sunday, February 7, 2010

The Sunday Salon 02.07.10 | Blog Name Change

Good Sunday to ya.

First off, I want to announce that I changed the name of my blog. Since I created this blog in June, it has been known as the most uninspiringly name of Christy's Book Blog. Well, yesterday I changed the name to Readin' and Dreamin'. I had to change the header of blog for the new name, of course, so check that out. It from a painting by Julius LeBlanc Stewart called Reading Aloud.

I got up three reviews last week, so check those out: Eyes Like Stars by Lisa Mantchev, The Masqueraders by Georgette Heyer and The Children's Book by A.S. Byatt. I also finished Katherine by Anya Seton and should have that review up sometime today or tomorrow. I am currently reading two very entertaining books in The Darcy Cousins by Monica Fairview and The Betrayal of the Blood Lily by Lauren Willig.

I hope everyone who is watching the big game tonight enjoys it. I can't wait, although it means the end of football season and a very long off season. Alas, Spring Training starts soon!

Have a good week!


Amelia said...

Hey Christy--I love the new name & banner!

Svea Love said...

I love your new background! Glad to know The Darcy Cousins is good. I have an ARC of it waiting for me on my shelf :)Looking forward to the big game, enjoy it Christy :)

Julie at Outlandish Dreaming said...

I love your new name change - sounds great. I have Katherine on my TBR list this year it's coming up and recently downloaded the Children's Game for audio - not that great, huh? I must admit, I wass probably one of the few that didn't love Possession, but I thought this one sounded good. Love your new look on your blog!

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Great new blog name and header! I love changing things, which usually meant adding another blog (I now have SEVENTEEN!), but these days, I've decided that it's better to change the backgrounds and headers (and occasionally the titles). LOL

My Sunday Salon:

Bekah said...

The picture is beautiful and I love the new name.