Category Archives: Book Reviews

Review – Just Cross Stitch Halloween Collection

Halloween seems to quickly be coming one of the most stitchable holidays. The amount of Halloween designs that have appeared over the past couple of years is really amazing, and I’m sure there are lots more in store. And who … Continue reading

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Cat Bordhi’s STH and My Sock (A Mini Review)

I’m sure you are all pretty aware that I love to knit socks. I find them to be relatively quick projects that are portable and easy to work on when I have the little man sitting on my lap. I … Continue reading

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10 Book Reading Challenge – Mini Reviews

As promised, here are the mini reviews for the books I read for the 10 Book Reading Challenge. History of Hand Knitting by Richard Rutt An interesting look at hand knitting in the British Isles.  France and a few other … Continue reading

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Book Review: Video Game Play and Addiction

I’m going to confess to something right away, to clear the air.  I expected to not like this book.  I figured it was yet another attempt by the media, as it were, to tar and feather video games and blame … Continue reading

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Book Review: City of Pillars

I really don’t want to write this review, but part of the agreement required when taking part in the Mini Book Expo for Bloggers is that you must review the books you are sent, even if you don’t finish them.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Mr. Darcy Presents His Bride

It may come as a bit of a surprise, but I am a huge Jane Austen fan.  Reading about Mr. Darcy, the various Janes, Emma, and all the rest makes me long for the days when it was “… a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Balance Training by Karon Karter

Exercise books are difficult to review.  The results one sees from the exercises presented in a book is a subjective thing, as is the level of enjoyment received.  And, when I am looking for an exercise book or DVD, I’m … Continue reading

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