Another month and another heap of books collected from the library van, all books I've requested.
From the bottom of the pile...........first Jack Monroes latest cookery book.
Then four other non-fiction to read or just browse. I asked the library about getting some of the Dean Street Press Furrowed Middlebrow reprints. Lots more have been published this year but they just ordered 2 by D.E.Stevenson- which I shall be grateful for as I can't afford to buy them. There is another British Library Crime Classic reprint and also another George Bellairs has also been reprinted from the 1960's.Top of the pile is by Chris Nickson, the second in a series about one of the first WPCs.
A big pile of books went back to the library van and the ones I've read during the last four weeks have been added to the separate page and of course a whole post about Tombland.
A few from last time went back unread for various reasons.........one had tiny print, one was from earlier in a series............... I'd read a later one and decided not to go back to the beginning to read.
I've still got the 3 in 1 book by Ngaio Marsh, must read it as it's been renewed a couple of times already.
I don't add factual books like cookery books to my books read page but the Creative Kitchen was an interesting sounding book, and has some lovely ideas for possible presents. The photo-copier bit of my printer has packed up so I'll take this into the library and photo copy some pages to keep.
This week I have been thankful for
- Lunch with son and daughter in law and cuddles with Willow
- Books from the library....all for free
- Sunny days to start gardening
- A letter from a penfriend
- A visit from my cousin
Have a lovely weekend whatever you are doing. I spotted signs for another Jumble Sale, so that's my plan.