Monthly Archives: March 2014

The ABC Murders

My mom is a big reader of mystery novels, so much so that even though I’m up for some mysterious happenings in my books I rarely read them because it seems more like a mom thing. (Also because it seems … Continue reading

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Knit, Knit, Knit

I finished that anxiety sweater a while ago and still found myself in need of comfort knitting. You know what’s easier than making scary phone calls? Knitting stripes of garter and stockinette. BANG! New scarf flew off the needles. Simple, … Continue reading

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Swamplandia!

I picked up Karen Russell’s Swamplandia! from the library because it has an alligator on the cover (I’m discerning like that.) I finished it a couple of days ago and I still can’t quite make up my mind about it. … Continue reading

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Dust Girl

I have always been drawn to stories based on myths, but of late I find myself a little burned out on them. Like, I have read so many interpretations of King Arthur that sometimes I pick up a book and … Continue reading

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Shazam

Of late I’ve been anxious because of Stuff and Reasons, so I cast on a sweater for some plain, simple, worry bead knitting. Delicious blue alpaca should solve some problems right? Apparently I was more wound up than I thought … Continue reading

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Rose Under Fire

Remember when I told you all to go read Code Name Verity without delay? I didn’t mention that there is a a sequel, Rose Under Fire, because I hadn’t got around to it myself. But my love for Book #1 … Continue reading

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