Thursday, March 28, 2013

Thursday Threads - Easter Reading

Here in the UK the snow has been falling and rather substantially too in some places. Thankfully, we have escaped, although yesterday it snowed on and off all day. In my bit of Devon very little settled so that is definitely a result!

Easter is almost here, for us it is the first public holiday since New Year. It means Spring is here, even if it does not feel like it!

Hopefully this will mean a 4 day break for you all where ever you are, which might include some chocolate and perhaps an Easter bunny or two! but the big question is......

What are you reading?

I have just started The Friendship Bread by Darien Gee and at first glance it looks a great read.


  1. I just started reading The Countess by Rebecca Johns. It seems that I should be reading it for Halloween, not Easter. Speaking of which, have a very happy Easter!

  2. I just finished Enchantments by Kathryn Harrison, and plan to also read The Chevalier by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles.

    We finally have some cooler weather which is a nice change!

    Happy Easter!

  3. Hi:) I'm reading Philippa Carr's Miracle at St. Bruno- so far really liking it. Here, with all the snow we got - even a snow storm ten days ago- yet now it's relatively nice and almost warm enough to shed the winter coat (can't last I'm sure). Happy Easter:)

  4. Hello from Ohio - Somehow I've got myself reading four books: Thomas In Danger:1779 by Pryor, A Simple Plan by Smith, Mr. Penumbra's 24-hour Bookstore by Sloan and The Hangman's Daughter by Potzsch, the first and the last counting towards my Historical Tapestry challenge. Happy Easter!