There is quite a pile of books on my nightstand right now and a few more that have been read recently, and I just wanted to share them with you---just in case you are looking for a good read.
Grace for the Good Girl--Letting Go of the Try-Hard Life--This is one of those "this is so me" books! It's all about those of us who spend so much time trying to appear put-together, when really we need to take a deep breath, let go, and admit that we have some problems. It's a very freeing read and I am underlining things like crazy!
The Postmistress--I just started this one, so I can't really tell you what I think. At this point there are a lot of characters being introduced and it's a little confusing, but I expect it to take off here pretty soon. Will let you know....
Half-Broke Horses--This was a great book, a true-life novel based on the author's grandmother. She was quite the interesting and spunky lady who lived through the Great Depression. Great read!
Fresh-Quilting--Do I really need to say why I am reading this one? Just looking for some fresh inspiration and direction in my quilting. The color usage in the projects is great!
A Field Guide to Fabric Design--Do I want to design fabric? No! My artistic talents are minimal in the drawing department, but I do want to learn more about the process. So far this book is informative and enjoyable to read. Highgly recommended for anyone wanted to learn more about designing fabric.
What about you? What's on your nightstand?