Words on Wednesday: Reading and Eating

This week’s quote is on reading and eating (two of my favorite activities!):
reading and eating
Quote taken from the book Fictitious Dishes. Guess that explains why I love both so well. (I don’t guess eating can be considered a hobby. And I’ve gotten in trouble before as a kid reading and eating at the same time. But now that I’m an adult, that’s not really a problem…)

What I’m Reading Now:

sep 24 stack
Additions since last week:
Surprised by Oxford by Carolyn Weber.

Mystery Mile by Margery Allingham.

The Awakening of Miss Prim by Natalia Sanmartin Fenollera.

The Homeschooling Handbook by Lorilee Lippincott.

Current Kindle Reads:

Still working on Lit! A Christian Guide to Reading Books although my digital loan ends soon and I’m not sure if I’m going to finish it or not.
I haven’t really seen any great Kindle deals that I just had to have this past week.

Current Read Aloud:

Lots of picture books in preparation for the upcoming series: From Aesop to Zion – coming in October.

Current Book to Review:

I just finished reviewing Lost in Translation and I’m supposed to review 52 Little Lessons from Les Miserables but it hasn’t come in yet.

What are you reading now?

Resources for Readers:
Dover Books

Linking up with:
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  1. I like both eating and reading; although recently I’ve been a more discriminating eater than reader ;)

    That being said, I do know I’m reading less-than-quality literature right now and recognize good literature in general and I LOVE LOVE LOVE Carolyn Weber’s books. Surprised by Oxford was my favorite book of 2012, I couldn’t keep my nose out of it and read it in like 3 days. Her next book, Holy is the Day was my favorite of 2013. I was hoping she’d keep the trend alive in 2014, but no news yet … Enjoy!

  2. I just finished Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty. It is pure chic lit, and I am only a little ashamed to say that I couldn’t out it down. She has mastered the catty woman, and I loved it. For my brain, I am reading Luther’s commentary on Galations. Slowly. Very slowly. It should read in small bites. I have Sarah Water’s new one, The Paying Guests, to read next.

  3. Ack! My apostrophe is in the wrong spot! Sarah Waters’ new book. I blame the iPad.