My goodness, I've been an absent blogger so often lately. My good intentions don't always come to fruition; despite my goals of keeping up with this blog, I repeatedly fall behind. Keeping up with more than one blog appears to mean that I can keep up with only one blog at a time.
At least, I finally posted my review of Sheri S. Tepper's Beauty on Sunday-- that is quite an accomplishment. Katherine Langrish liked it, and Katherine's knowledge of fairy tale and fantasy is pretty thorough. Not that I'm changing my opinion; I was disappointed, but Katherine has made me think about the book again. Anyone else read this one?
My quilting and miscellaneous blog has been getting much more attention lately because I've been stitching prayer flags and experimenting with surface design techniques. Most evenings I've settled in for stitching and watching television instead of reading, but I think I'm beginning to experience a sea change, the reading bug has begun to catch on again.
Like Carl, I'm a great fan of The Guild, but I'm all caught up with those episodes and have to wait for more. (AACK - a note from Carl...they haven't even begun filming the new episodes).
Lately, I've been deeply immersed in Korean television series and highly recommend Tree With Deep Roots . My friend Thomas got me addicted to this one, and now my husband is also addicted.
Finally finished Cryptonomicon! Loved it! Well worth the time expended on this one. The closer I came to the end, the slower I read, the more pauses I took, the more I tried to delay the conclusion.
Almost finished with A Rising Thunder, the latest in the Honor Harrington series by David Weber and have begun River Secrets by Shannon Hale, which is part of the Bayern series and will go toward my Once Upon a Time reads.
Has anyone read the Shadow Prowler? The third and final book in the trilogy is out, and I'm wondering if I want to give it a try. So much better to begin a series that is already complete than having to wait for each new book.