Only finished three books this month - oh well. There are a bunch I'm in the middle of, so hopefully October's list will be bigger. Three is better than the zero for August, at least.
(Explanation of the ratings)
Patterns in Silicon (A Lea Sherwood Mystery) by Maureen Robb
Read my review here.
Yarn Harlot: The Secret Life of a Knitter by Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
Comments: What can I say? Stephanie makes knitting more hilarious than you ever thought possible. Her books are just as wonderful as her extremely popular blog. And she's just as great in person, too. Non-knitters might not "get it," but if you knit and have not read Stephanie yet, what are you waiting for? Go. Now.
Tending Roses by Lisa Wingate
Genre: Women's fiction, inspirational fiction
Comments: A friend has been recommending this for years, and I'm glad I finally read it. It's a gentle, charming story about family, faith, and what's truly important in life.
This is mostly to remind myself, but how would you like a list of books I'm in the middle of and plan to finish this month? Yeah, I knew you would.
Posted by Kat at October 1, 2005 07:45 PM
Anne of Green Gables (reread), The Cider House Rules, Boys Like Us: Gay Writers Tell Their Coming Out Stories, Moby-Dick: or, The Whale, Women, Family, and Utopia: Communal Experiments of the Shakers, the Oneida Community, and the Mormons, and Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes. Um, yeah, that's seeming like kind of a lot. Wish me luck.
it does seem like a lot, but at the same time they are interesting titles! I've started and put down "The Cider House Rules" more times then I can count and decided that the next time I start it I'm going to go ahead and buy it. (the library fines were getting out of control...)
I didn't realize you reviewed books; now I'm (when I have time) going to have to go back and see what else you reccomend.