My Kitchen Wars – A Review

I recently received a digital copy of My Kitchen Wars for review from Open Road Integrated Media and NetGalley. Originally published in 1999, the new ebook edition makes My Kitchen Wars by Betty Fussell a much easier book to find. So what’s this book about anyway? A Synopsis – A survivor of the domestic revolutions that Read More …

#OurProject52 – Photographer’s Choice

I’m excited about photographer’s choice week this week. It’s giving me an opportunity to share some photos I took while I was out with my husband on Sunday. We went “crop scouting,” so that he could see how some of the fields he planted were doing. These photos aren’t the best, because many of them Read More …

Booklr Questions – What is the worst book you’ve ever read?

What is the worst book you’ve ever read? I try not to hate books, though I can often tell you things I don’t love about them.  My biggest beef is with (usually self-publsihed) books that obviously haven’t been edited.  I read a book a few months ago that took place in winter, and while the Read More …

Jefferson Starship Mini Quilt

I finished up the first of the Focus Through the Prism challenges today.  The block to incorporate this month was the Friendship Star. My version of the quilt, “Jefferson Starship,” features a patchwork design, with multiple friendship stars in different sizes, and a hand embroidered alien.  The fabrics used in this quilt are Cherrywood Fabric Read More …

Booklr Questions – Do you have any signed books?

Do you have any signed books? I don’t currently own any books that are signed by the author, however several of the books in my collection are inscribed to me. And for some reason those inscriptions mean more to me than any author’s signature ever could. That isn’t to say that there are a few Read More …

Booklr Questions – What was the last book you read?

What was the last book you read? The last book I finished reading was The Hundred-Foot Journey by Robert C. Morias. I didn’t know this book existed until I saw trailers for the film. I always find books to be better than their movies- there’s only so much you can get into a 2-hour film Read More …