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Thursday, October 29, 2009

Reading and on the Shelf

I'm still working on To Serve Them All Their Days (and loving it) and Haunted Bombay (and half a dozen others, that are on hold), but I have finished The Baker Street Letters and need to review it.

Between sewing and crafting and occasional blogging at Bayou Quilts, yoga classes (I've just begun teaching a class on Mon. & Wed., and I'm taking classes, too), and all the other details of life, keeping up with my reading has become difficult. Since I can't seem to live without books, I continue to persevere. :)

When I returned my last batch of books to the library, I told myself I wouldn't check out any more. Somehow, I still ended up coming home with these.Finished The Baker Street Letters and Haunted Bombay is in progress; the rest are on deck.

Dante's Numbers by David Hewson; a mystery about a film version of Dante's Inferno.

How to Buy a Love of Reading by Tanya Egan Gibson; adolescent girl doesn't like to to her parents persuade her to change her attitude...

By Heresies Distressed by David Weber; third book in Weber's Safehold series.

Weather here is awful so it is a perfect day to catch up on blogging and reading.


  1. It's hard to resist bringing home more books, no matter your good intentions. I know how that goes. :-)

  2. Heh, you made me laugh when you said you meant to not get anymore books at the library and then came home with a tidy stack! I would do the same thing. Enjoy!

  3. LF - We are SO weak!

    Stefanie - Most of us need a course in self-discipline, don't we?

  4. How wonderful to be doing so much yoga! I hope you are enjoying the teaching you do.