We interrupt your regular sewing programming…

Some of you know I’ve been dealing with some chronic health issues since mid March and I just got hit with a wave of new issues that stem from the meds I was on. Yes, I found a new doctor and yes I’m pretty pissed. I’m leaving it at that so I don’t bore you.

Here’s what I’ve been reading cos I have no energy to sew. Click on the images to go see more information on the book.

You can also listen to Hell comes with wood paneled doors as Christopher reads it in podcast form. You can’t miss that! This has been a really enjoyable read for me. I know, I know. I’m a really slow reader but I’m really liking the characters and the tempo.

I’m so behind on comic book reading but hey, that’s what it is. Not gonna sweat it.

Do you have any summer reading you’re enjoying? Do you find you read more in any particular season?

19 thoughts on “We interrupt your regular sewing programming…

  1. laurahoj says:

    Reading is hit or miss for me, and has nothing to do with seasons. I go for long periods of time without reading and then read as much as I can in as short a time possible. I should try to spread it out more.

  2. Theresa in Mérida says:

    Leila, I am so sorry to hear that you are still having health issues. I’m in the middle of writing a book about diet and health. One thing that I’ve learned is that most of us are deficient in magnesium, iodine and vitamin d! All of these have fatigue as a symptom. Drop me an email and I’ll send you some more information.

    I read all the Sookie Stackhouse books, they are a fun read. I couldn’t get into the tv series for some reason. I’m also redoing my blog to a new format. So I am reading all about wordpress, SEO and other blog related topics. I’m moving away from being an ex-pat blogger (who cares where I live, it’s how I live that counts!) and more into a DIY blogger.

    I read “Redeeming Stanley” by Bodie Parkhurst and really enjoyed it. While I don’t like Dean Koontz’s writing as a general rule, I did like his Odd Thomas series. The movie did not do it justice.

    I hope you feel better soon,
    regards,
    Theresa

  3. Gjeometry says:

    Hope you are feeling better soon. I have had 4 surgeries in the last 5 months, so can attest to how it just zaps you. Today is the first day out of bed and at the computer. I hope you found a good doctor and that you are also researching problems on your own. Sometimes, doctors don’t know what’s best for you, sadly but truly.

  4. SeamstressErin says:

    So sorry your health problems are keeping you away from sewing. I can relate (no sewing for a month now because of a mystery hip issue). Health problems are enough to get you down, but they’re particularly crushing when they keep you from the things that make you happy. Sending get-well-soon-damnit wishes your way 🙂

  5. PendleStitches says:

    Hey, sorry to hear you’ve not been feeling great. I hope you’re on the mend. I’m reading Citadel by Kate Mosse at the moment. Perfect for transporting you to France even when you can’t get there in person. Feel well.

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