Sat, 12 March 2016
Book Talk Begins at 31:10
Recorded on March 9, 2016
Our Vest KAL/CAL is continuing until May 15, 2016. Please see the Chatter thread for more information...
Our 2 Knit Lit Chicks Swap is ongoing. If you are participating, please come over to the Chatter Thread to make sure you are up to date!
The winner of Spilly Jane Knits Mittens is announced at the end of this podcast.
If anyone would like to donate a prize for the Northern California Knitting Retreat (NoCKRs!), please contact either Barb or Tracie.
Barb's finished projects:
Mother Bear #70
Tracie has finished:
*2 Knitted Knockers, using Knitting Fever King Tut
*Mother Bears #68 & #69
Vanilla socks for Will, using Knit Picks Felici in the Baker Street colorway.
Barb is currently knitting:
Vanilla Socks using a gradient set of Knitting Rose Blossom Sock
Tracie is currently knitting:
Barb and Tracie have both read Last Night at the Lobster by Stewart O'Nan. They both recommend this book!
They also both read Exposed: The Secret Life of Jodi Arias by Jane Velez- Mitchell. If you like the true crime genre, they heartily recommend this book also.
Barb has finished:
In the Neighborhood: The Search for Community on anAmerican Street, One Sleepover at a Time by Peter Lovenheim. She recommends this book.
Survivors (Stranded #3) by Jeff Probst and Chris Tebbit. Barb strongly recommends this trilogy for ages 8 - adult...maybe get the audio to listen to on a family car trip?
Girl in the Dark by Marion Pauw. Thumbs up!
Still Life by Louise Penny. Recommend.
Tracie has finished:
Alice + Freda: A Murder in Memphis by Alexis Coe. Tracie recommends this book - interesting!
A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman - Tracie loved it.
The Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry. Tracie was very "meh" about this book,
Barb is currently reading:
My Friend Dahmer by Derf Beckderf. A graphic novel - very interesting so far.
The Mourning Hours by Paula Trieck DeBoard
Lady Fortescue Steps Out by Marian Chesney
Tracie is currently reading:
Me before You by Jojo Mayes
A Small Indiscretion by Jan Ellison