Thursday, August 16, 2007

Thursday Thirteen # 4~ 13 Book I Want To Read


Thirteen Things about Rae

1. The Friday Night Knitting Club By Kate Jacobs
2.You Can Run By You Can't Hide By Duane Dog Chapman
3.To Light A Sacred Flame By Silver Ravenwolf
4.Hannibal Rising By Thomas Harris
5.The Sweet Potato Queens' 1st Big Ass Novel By Karin Gillespie
6.Unscripted By Ken Leiker and Mark Vancil
7.At Knit's End: Meditations For Women Who Knit Too Much By Stephanie Pearl-McPhee
8.Stephanie Pearl-McPhee Casts Off: The Yarn Harlot's Guide To The Land Of Knitting By Stephanie McPhee
9.Knitting Rules By Stephanie Pearl McPhee
10.In Cold Blood By Truman Capote
11.Farve By Brett Farve,Bonita Farve with Chris Havel
12.10-minute Clutter Control Room-By-Room By Skye Alexander
13.Practice Random Acts Of Kindness: Bring More Peace, Love & Compassion Into The World By Harold S. Kushner, Will Glennon & Random Acts Of Kindness

So this is part of a long list of books I want to read I may have to revisit this topic again & post more books..If you have read any of these let me know what you thought of them
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6 comments:

Joy T. said...

I haven't heard of a lot of these. I'm writing a couple down. I take it you like to knit. I've always wanted to learn but don't seem to have the patience for it. Great TT list!

impworks said...

I haven't read any of those. I've got a good novel waiting for me as soon as I finish the brick of a history book I'm trying to digest at the moment...

Kota Bear said...

I can't say I've read any of these, but I have heard of "To Light a Sacred Flame". It's supposedly really good, according to the friends I've spoken to who've read it.

Thanks for visiting my blog, fellow nightlover! I look forward to seeing you around and getting to know you here in the blogosphere.

Lizet said...

Impressive list with a lot of knitting books, LOL! I am currently reading your number 1 on the list, it is a nice book. And I have heard good things about 'Knitting Rules'.

Emmyrose said...

I've never came across those books, maybe I'll find one soon.

Thanks for the visit! Belated Happy TT!

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