The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield- just started it but already it is a haunting tale of a reclusive author who decides to confide all to a young woman. My book club is reading this!
Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson-the fulfillment of a promise a mountain climber makes to a Paki village to return and build a school. Very moving so far!
Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert—Just finished this. Really recommend her growth- filled journey through Italy (best part-involved lots of eating!), India (slow going), and lastly, Indonesia (uplifting). It has been on the New York Times bestseller list for a reason!
Rao’s Cookbook by Frank Pellegrino-the author owns the famous NYC restaurant where a select few have a reservation for the same table, same day of the week for life. True! And impossible to get into! My hairdresser is related to him and cannot get in!
Tennis for Dummies by Patrick McEnroe-Yep. My husband plays, my eldest daughter made Varsity All League this fall, my son and youngest play…and I am still at beginner level. Still! I’m not telling any family member I am reading this because I should understand it all by now but I don’t. I mean, what is a slice? I will not let them know I don’t really have a clue what this is. I do a good job at pretending I know. So I am sneaking the book.
I Wish I Had Duck Feet by Dr. Seuss- to read with my 7 year old daughter. You just can’t beat a good Dr. Seuss book!
Here’s an invitation from my youngest daughter to snuggle and read:
We spray the pillows…. and snuggle in!