A collection of my favourite recipes & reviews of the books I've read.
I have been reading the Warrior heir, the Wizard heir and the Dragon heir by Chima Cinda Williams. They are about teenagers that live amongst us but are in one of 5 guilds: wizard, sorcerers, witches, warriors and enchanters. It has a chronological order but does not stay with the same character all the way through. they're really good, nice read, fluff but well written fluff. I am saving my pennies for the Help, hopefully I can pick it up this weekend. As long as my car doesn't cost me too much!
I am almost done reading Stolen by Kelley Armstrong. Loving it! Just having a hard time finding a few minutes each night to myself to read! :)
Aleisha -- that "Heir" series sounds great. I'll put some holds on them at the library. It'll be awhile before I get to them though -- I just got an email that the Guernsey Potato Peel ... book is in for me. I've been waiting for MONTHS for it! Back to the "Heir" series - I like the fact that the series doesn't stay with one character all the way through. Reminds me of Kelley Armstrong's "Women of the Underworld" series.Erin -- I LOVE Armstrong's series (Bitten and Stolen being my favs). I love the fact that Armstrong is Canadian too. I missed out on meeting her a few months back. She was at a book signing and I just couldn't make it work. Grrr. I'd love to meet her.
This will come as no surprise to you but I've been reading King Arthur Flour's All Purpose Cookbook (Mother's Day gift from my son) No romance, no suspence, not a drop of humor, but man-oh-man, it's some sweet stuff....LOL
Mags,After reading your latest blog posting I went on King Arthur's Flour site. Oh ya. Great pickin's for new recipes there!! Is the book as good as the site?
I am so excited for you, I can't wait to hear what you think of it. I may read it again just so we can talk about it!
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