I will be finishing up this quilt while Bob is tuned into whatever football marathon he can find! This is for Laurel, who will be teaching a class on it at the store. An update on the traditional Dresden Fan blocks.
I have been intending to share some books with you, since I know many of you like to read something new. And we are coming up on a good season for giving and receiving books, so maybe this will give you some ideas:
Brita suggested this one to me--
Tana French. It is set in Dublin, and the reader that I am listening to while driving and quilting is British, so the accent really gets me into the story. And it is a good mystery, not something I can figure out yet and I am on disc 13 of 18. Plus, she has written 3 more books that I believe are all about the same police detectives. This is the first in the series, so you should start with this one.
Here's a book that my sister-in-law, Jean, recommended:
Secret Daughter by June Cross. This is a memoir of a bi-racial woman who grew up in a divided world. I'm not very far into it, but am curious about how it plays out.
Then, a reliable writer that always comes up with some good lawyerly story:
So, between recorded books, actual paper books, and Kindle books, I have a good assortment. Plus, there's a stack that have made the cut and moved from the basement bookshelf to my suitcase for my upcoming vacation reading! What are you reading???