Friday, November 1, 2013

At Last - More Books!!!

 I am sooo, sooo, sorry about being so quiet on the blog. We are all sick at the moment with yucky viruses that make us want to lie about groaning like lazy, bedridden zombies. There is an upside to all of this though - we do have lovely piles of books to be read. 
 Today I will let the pictures talk for themselves because it is almost panadol time and it was enough of an effort to upload the photos (you know how it can be).

I have been working of a few other projects but will tell you more about them next week.
In the meantime, have a wonderful weekend and please tell me what you have been reading because these piles are going to whittle themselves down pretty quickly.
Love Kate xxooxx.


  1. I have been missing your book piles - hope you are all on the mend now. At least it is the weekend and hopefully you can all relax and recuperate fully.

  2. Feel better soon, love to see what you are reading and I like the little crochet cute.

  3. I hope you feel better soon. How horrible to be feeling poorly.
    That is an impressive book pile!

    I have just finished The Hundred Year Old Man who climbed out of the window and disappeared.
    Now I am reading Sophie's World by Jostein Gaarder.

    And my daughter just read most of Daymaker by David? To me. I was so thrilled she has listened to him speak and bought the book. If only everyone would just read a few pages the world would change ..... A little.

  4. Sorry that you have had the ickies Kate. Hope that you are all better very soon. Let us know what you think of the Bridget Jones, as I would like to know what it is like. Thanks and get well soon. xx

  5. Hope you are feeling better soon. I absolutely love audio books as well as the paper and e-versions. Happy reading and listening.

  6. Hope you are feeling better soon. I absolutely love audio books as well as the paper and e-versions. Happy reading and listening.

  7. I love the bear Kate, he looks so life like!

  8. Could you give us your opinion about the crochet books, please? Do you know that there is a Mollie make Christmas?
    I hope you will soon feel better as well as all your family.

  9. I don't think I will ever get used to seeing books with my name on them! I really hope you love it (but know that if you hate it, I read your blog, so please be gentle! :) )

  10. I've just finished the audio version of Bridget 3 aka Mad about the Boy, superbly read by Samantha Bond -'if you feel too weak to hold the book! (Bought from here...)

    I've also bought the Kat's book but have totally fallen at the first fence, it's really disheartening. Help Kate! It's the cabled yoke cardigan. The repeat of row 2 after the dtr cables, just can't get the hook behind the cables which are under the others, without it looking a right old mess argh!

    Get well soon all xxx

    Rachell - The Little Room of Rachell

  11. Ps reading The half forgotten song by Katherine Webb. Really atmospheric - really imagining myself at the coast living with a prossie witch!!!!!

    Next audio book which I'm into, just, is The Woman who Went to Bed for a Year by Sue Townsend. My OH snorts when I mention the name, he's worried it's going to rub off I reckon. Ha ha!

    Rachell TLRoR

  12. Home you are feeling better and a rest in bed with some delightful reads has done the trick x

  13. i hope you're feeling better! my most favourite book is wild wood by colin melloy, it's just beautiful and got me through the flu last winter. now, i'm off to google some of the books in your pile!

    Take Care,

    Cate, x

  14. Hope you're feeling better. I know that reading your blog makes the world a little more colourful and brighter for me. Thanks for that!

    Books! Love talking about books! Just finished reading "The Rosie Project" by Graeme Simsion. Absolutely wonderful! (Could I fit anymore exclamation points in?!)

  15. loving that book pile! get better xxx



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