I've been doing practically nonstop sewing lately, as there are two quilts I want to donate to the MCC quilt auction in April and they need to be completed and turned in by March 3. Because of that, I've been burning through audible books, as well as non audible books.
I've always been reluctant to read Stephen King as I don't like horror. However, my friend, Janice, recommended Billy Summers and I'm so glad she did. I had also heard good things about 11/22/63, which really raises the question--IF you could go back in time and make a different choice that would change the course of history, would you? SHOULD you? I've read nearly all of Emily Giffin and Alice Feeney, and this month's selections were good, although I would not rate them as my favorites. Lock Every Door by Riley Sager was a good one, so I immediately started another one--The House Across the Lake. It started out well, then turned a corner into a really weird and unbelievable plot twist. The three books by Kiersten Modglin, well, I hated the basic premise of the first book, which was: can you save a marriage by dating other people? But then at the end it took such an astounding plot twist that I had to finish the other two books. I'll say this: the plot twist was even worse than the original premise but I just had to see how it all ended. I'm currently listening to my first book by Jodi Picoult, Mad Honey, another author I have resisted reading for some unknown reason, and am very much enjoying her writing style.