Reading continues to help me stay sane during these very strange times! This month I've been mixing it up, a couple of cosy mysteries and a book all about creating cosy in the house. It certainly feels like the time of year for candles, good comforting food and log fires. I can't imagine a cosy home without lots of books.
I'm still reading my way through Oxenham's Abbey Girls, although I've slowed down a bit. I don't think that I'm running out of steam, and the end of the series proper is in my sights! There are lots of Abbey connectors still to read, but I think that I'll leave those for now.
I'm really enjoying reading at the moment and my to read pile is satisfyingly high, so I can foresee many happy hours ahead.
|Susan Owen Spirit of Place|
|Laura Weir Cosy|
|Miss Read The Year at Thrush Green|
|G G Vandagriff Murder at Tregowyn Manor|
|Jean G Goodhind Murder by Mudpack|
|The Encyclopaedia of Girls School Stories Volume 2|
|Lesley Cookman Murder on the Edge|
|The Bettany Twins at the Chalet School|