My reading has lapsed and I'm not happy about it!
No excuses... apart from too few hours in the day!
These gorgeous reads are by my chair; some read completely, some half read and some not yet started.
'Cheerful Weather for the Wedding' by Julia Strachey
' Saplings' by Noel Streatfeild
'The Children who lived in a Barn', by Eleanor Graham
'Moonfleet' by J.Meade Falkner
'Mariana' by Monica Dickens
But only because I keep reading this again and again and again....
The best things in life are the simple ones:
'The Fortnight in September' by R.C. Sheriff
... my top choice should I ever need to take one book only, to that desert island!
I just wish it had a pretty bucket and spade cover!
Hopefully, I will have that fortnight in September to read...
' Little Boy Lost', by Marghanita Laski
And then there's Miss Pettigrew!
Well what can you say about her?! This book is a must!
'Miss Pettigrew lives for a day', by Winifred Watson
'Someone at a distance', by Dorothy Whipple
Well this book made me cry but only because it reflects a little part of my own life...and so I have only read it the once.
'A London Child of the 1870s' by Molly Hughes
...another autumn pleasure, methinks!
And oh dear...I shall be struck down..Nich's book, I am only half way through...so please don't go on another journey yet!! I need to catch up!
How about yours?
Moving on...I am giving Cornwall a go...
I am off to Portscatho for the Homespun Fair, this Sunday!
I'll be there with my vintage fabrics etc and so
do come and say hello ,if you can!