Monthly Archives: July 2014
I’m still not knitting very much. It doesn’t help that our TV’s remote control, which has been slowly losing one function at a time for the last couple of years, finally died – so now the TV is stuck on … Continue reading
I have been making steady forward progress on Life After Life since I last posted on Saturday, and only have about a hundred and fifty pages to go (out of five hundred and something). I’ve been enjoying it quite … Continue reading
I know what you’re thinking: I may have many talents, but following through on reading challenges is not one of them. Remember the book collection weight-loss challenge? And the classics club challenge? And the AP Challenge, which was moving along … Continue reading
A Review of Maggie O’Farrell’s The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox and by the way, how many crazy ladies are there in the United Kingdom, exactly?
I elected to not post on Tuesday night in favor of finishing this lovely novel. I got The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox from my boss maybe two years ago. Let me take a minute to discuss my boss’s reading … Continue reading
As you can see, I’ve made only the tiniest smidgen of progress on the neckband of this sweater. I’ve just been doing too much writing and too much reading and not enough knitting lately – what can I say? The … Continue reading
I figured it out! I know what’s wrong with this book. I had an epiphany on my drive home tonight. Brewster is too short. I don’t know the characters because the book is too short. I feel like it’s well … Continue reading