Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Knitting & reading


Knitting: well, there isn't much more to share since yesterday. Did a few rows, but nothing much. Wish I could be knitting and reading at the same time, but somehow I can't manage that right now.

Reading: not as much as I'd like to, but I found a new funny author to binge read and luckily my e-book subscription is cooperating again. Maria Schneider writes cozy novels in chicklit style. Love those (remember the Matchmaker's Mysteries I told you about last year?). The first two books by Maria Schneider I read were Executive Lunch and Executive Retention, about Sedona, who works as a tester for an IT-company, but gets involved in undercover work. They were fun, but the one I'm readking now (One good Eclair) is way better. Ivy is a nutritionist, but also from a mafia family, so she gets into trouble a lot. It sounds weird, but it's really a great read.

Linking up with Kat's Unraveled Wednesday

8 comments:

  1. I'm so happy that your ebook is working once more, may it continue! Lovely squishy knitting you have there.

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    1. Yes, I hope it will. Thanks, I love that yarn and I do hope this sweater works out the way I planned it.

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  2. Isn't it great when technology works well? That frosty gray knitting looks lovely.

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    1. It is! Thanks, I was afraid it would be a boring color, but I like it too.

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  3. That yarn looks so inviting!

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    1. It was a thrift store find, but one of the best ones I ever had. It's real wool and very soft. I love it.

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  4. Yay for your ebooks working again! I hope your weather has been lovely - I was thinking about you when we were having a sweltering heatwave. I could have used some of your island breezes!

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    1. Yes, those breezes make all the difference here. On (luckily rare) days when there's no wind, it feels so much hotter.

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