I finished listening to The Mirror Crack’d From Side to Side (lower right) this afternoon. Pretty much the perfect accompaniment to fixing the mistake I found yesterday and finishing Clue 5. (I was listening to The Woman in the Window last week when I made that mistake and let me say, Jane Marple is a much better companion for knitting lace … maybe because she’s a knitter?!) I’m a life-long Agatha Christie fan, but I was a Hercule Poirot snob. I think this is the first time I’ve actually read a Miss Marple! My library doesn’t have many Miss Marple mysteries on audio, but it does have the first two. I’ve just reached the murder in Murder at the Vicarage and I’m enjoying it immensely.
So now I have just three squares left on my Bingo card (you knew I’d find a way to bring this around to Three, right?):
- About politics – The Soul of America (you’ll definitely be hearing more about this one; I’m almost finished)
- With recipes, patterns or puzzles – Everyday Style (I’ve been mostly flipping pages and concentrating on the sewing instructions, but I do want to read it cover to cover)
- Non-fiction – I’d love your input!
This is the pile of non-fiction books I’ve been meaning to read and the fact that I actually bought all of them (in the last two years) says a lot! All of these were purchased based on recommendations from y’all, other blogs I read, those wonderfully inspiring newsletters from Maria Popova, or the wise women in my Friday morning small group. I’ve stacked them in order from biggest from smallest (you know, for the photo), but I don’t intend to read them in that order. Where would you suggest I start?
Joining in with Carole and friends today … Happy Thursday!