This Week’s Reading

We finally made it to the library, and what do you know, it was the quarterly book sale. Yay for cheap books! We also went to the bead store and the food co-op. I bought pins at the bead store, so keep an eye out for brooches in my Etsy store. The co-op was having a cheese tasting and some of the cheeses were really good, better than I was expecting. I snagged the last package of Taleggio. Never had it before, but it’s really good. Soft like butter, but with a tangy, fruity flavor.

Okay, onto the books. From the library:
Both Ways is the Only Way I Want It: Maile Meloy — a short story collection: finished (review coming tomorrow 2/16)
A Blue and Gray Christmas: Joan Medlicott: finished
Lemon Tart: Josi S. Kilpack — a mystery — finished (mini review)
Queen Bee of Mimosa Branch: Haywood Smith: finished (reviewed)
The Perfect Christmas: Debbie Macomber — finished
London: Edward Rutherfurd — I couldn’t resist, but I’ll have to be sure and read it last, because it’s really long and all but one of the other books are new and due back sooner: finished

And from the book sale:
Shoeless Joe: W.P. Kinsella — the novel they made Field of Dreams from. I loved the movie, and I’ve liked Kinsella’s other stuff I’ve read, so I thought I’d give it a try.
The Gilded Web: Mary Balogh
My Sweet Folly: Laura Kinsale — possibly something more complicated than straight romance, looked interesting.

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  1. Mario Pinnetoni

     /  March 9, 2010

    I think your blog is good. I found it on Google.

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