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The renovation finally | Weekly Snapshot

I've been having quite a few busy weekends and haven't been able to post often on Sundays.  Renovating I have dropped a teaser here a few times but here's the scoop finally - We are renovating a big chunk of our main level. We've been planning this for the past 6-7 months. It started as a kitchen renovation project but now includes flooring through the main floor and master bathroom. We will have the renovation crew start tomorrow and depending on when all the materials get in, it could be 1.5-3 months before they are done. I just hope the flooring is done quickly because then we can reclaim some of the main floor back. Not having a kitchen for 2-3 months is going to be very challenging but we've been promised a small work area on the main floor where we can cook early morning and later in the evening. But I'm thinking more about the little things - making coffee while I work, taking care of the day to day activities - the upstairs and the basement can be used b

Catchy Cover #2



Honolulu by  Alan Brennert

All 3 covers (Hardcover / Paperback / Platinum Readers Circle) look great! I haven't had a chance to read Honolulu yet, but I have heard it is great!

What do you think of the cover?

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I haven't heard about this book yet, but definitely like the hardcover cover best
I loved this book and also Molakai by the same author. ALL the covers are lovely, but I am partial to the green one.
Marce said…
I have only seen the Hardcover/Green one. I like that and the paperback. Everyone's reviews sound like this a great read, it was $15 on Kindle though, I would prefer to pay $25 for a hardcover than that price on kindle. A definite read for this year though.
Athira said…
hcmurdoch, I'm with you on that!

Diane, I just got Moloka'i for Christmas last year, so I can't wait to dig into it!

MarceJ, I agree, might as well buy a hardcover, if the kindle edition costs so much!
Aleksandra said…
They're lovely! I like the green one best! I read the synopsys, too & looks interesting!
Athira said…
Aleksandra, I couldn't agree more! The book definitely looks interesting.