What am I reading?

Moo at tagged me for this fun book go-round. The instructions are to turn to page 161 in the book you are currently reading and write sentence 5. Here it is:
"It was only seven-thirty; it would still be open."
The Friday Night Knitting Club by Kate Jacobs
Not very exciting all by itself, is it? Since I haven't read that far yet, I didn't scan the page for details. The book is fine reading. The sort of book that a knitter can enjoy, although I must admit that I could put the book back on the shelf this minute and feel fairly certain of where the various story lines are going. The cast of characters are, of course, the knitters who come to the LYS. Each is wildly individual--maybe a bit over-drawn in characterization.
An interesting aspect to this book is the web site attributed to the LYS that is the heart of the book.
Then, the book's web site
And, the authors web site
Of course, each links into the other in a circle of book promotion. You might enjoy visiting these sites!
If you are reading this, then you are tagged!! Please leave a comment if you post your book on your site. I'd like to see what you're reading!
Don't worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Philippians 4:6


Knitted Gems said...

Can I share something with you? Your blog inspired me to pick up a book again and read. I haven't read a book in almost a year. It is wonderful and I have missed it. I'll pop over to my blog and mention the book I am reading.

moo said...

Hi Pooch! Thanks for the mention! Even though my blog has been a little bit on the down lately, I so appreciate you giving me a nod. I joined Ravelry and am on the Christian readers group there. Next month and March we are reading Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis and At Home In Mitford by Jan Karon. I am so grateful I have functioning eyes and a receptive brain~truly~so I can enjoy reading, another hobby aside from knitting.