Monday, April 23, 2007

Some reading ...

I know this originally began as a knitting blog, and there is hardly any knitting content in it anymore. But, that's the road life has taken me down. I do still knit. I will show some pictures soon of some in-progress items and some (hopefully) finished. And I am planning a trip to buy some more yarn to make more things.
But for the moment, we'll talk reading since I have recently finished 3 books!
12 Sharp by Janet Evanovich - if you do not like this series, I do not understand why not! LOL! I will still be your friend, but truly I enjoy this series a lot. I haven't read one in a while and I think that made this book even more fun to read! Stephanie just has a habit of getting caught in some sticky situations but she always has very funny, entertaining people with her, well those kinds or really hot men. Either way, these books are enjoyable for me to read.

Embroidered Truths by Monica Ferris
- yes, I have been reading a lot of Ferris books lately. They are all mysteries, which I love, and incorporate needlework, which of love, so of course I will try to read them all! LOL! Again, a quick, light read that was very entertaining

Size 12 is Not Fat by Meg Cabot - this was for the TBR Challenge I'm participating in. Great read. Another mystery. Very entertaining, quick, easy, fun read that I did enjoy a lot! I will be picking up the next book in this series (and I think there are 2 others out there as well).

Aside from these books that I managed to squeeze in, I am still going on my Read the Bible in 90 Days challenge. I am still a bit ahead, which I am glad for! I am at this point halfway through the Bible and on it's been 42 days. I am halfway through Proverbs and the farthest I have made it before in trying to read the entire Bible is part of Psalms. So I am now farther than I have been before! It is all very interesting reading frankly - the OT is full of lots of wars, punishment, forgiveness, and lots of family trees. I am sure if I was reading out loud it would be great entertainment to hear how I chop up the pronunciation of names. But I am going with it and I am actually enjoying it.

Anyway, I spend most of my reading time in the Bible but take along the light-hearted books when I am out and about to read. It is working very well. But I do have a stack of books waiting to be devoured soon!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for coming by and leaving a comment.

    I love to read and especially love mysteries.

    I am curious, how did you find my blog?


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