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February 11, 2015

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Brienne

Ah, good recommendation. I haven't read any of his work but I keep hearing about it. Which others of his would you recommend? Found you through yarn along…

josiekitten

I've just started reading the first book in the Outlander series, after it was recommended to me by lots of friends on Ravelry. Knitting away on another blanket.

kate

Dude, that's quite the baby explosion! (I thought about deleting Dude, but that is the reality of my life around a teenage boy.) Reading - all sorts of books. Still some deliciously trashy romances, but also The Confabulist. Knitting socks among other things.
Gaiman cracks me up.
PS josiekitten, I devoured the Outlander series last spring and am jealous of you getting to read it for the first time. Great story.

snoopydog

That book sounds like a must read! I'm not reading much at the moment, but have Murakami's 'Colourless Tsukuru Tazaki and his Years of Pilgrimage' ready to go. I really love his books! On the needles is a little merino and silk hoodie for my youngest granddaughter, Evie. I'm racing to complete it before we drive up to Manchester to visit them on Wednesday. Love your yarn colours in the photo! Ros

claire

Goodness that's a lot of babies- and a lot of boys! Now I want to know who all the moms are.
I finished reading Etta and Otto and Russell and James and can honestly say I haven't enjoyed a book that much in a very long time. It was endlessly charming, I enjoyed every page. I highly recommend you pick it up, I'll bet you love it too.

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