I guess there hasn't been much randomness going on around here--no posts since the middle of September. I have been doing a lot of sewing, but that needs some separate blog posts.
Let's begin with books I read in September. My friend, Doris, recommended the Story of Arthur Truluv, and it was a charming book. I spend a lot of my listening/reading time with murder mysteries and psychological thrillers, so reading a book like this is like a palate cleanser. Highly recommended, as is the sequel, Night of Miracles. The Locked Room is the latest in the Ruth Galloway series, a series that just keeps getting better and better. I'm now all caught up and in that state of limbo when this book ends with kind of a cliffhanger and you have to wait until the next volume comes out. Another favorite book was How the Penguins Saved Veronica, and I highly recommend the audible version. It's probably one of my favorites so far in 2022. Do you have a favorite to recommend?