HtbaS - Episode 267

This week I talk about my classes with Sharon Schamber and Cristy Fincher at the Atlanta Sewing & Quilt Expo last week, a bit about working on my guild raffle quilt, recent guild meetings, and a book review (and how my experience affects how I perceive the characters in it).


5 thoughts on “HtbaS - Episode 267

  1. I felt the same way about Gone Girl. Man what a bunch of jerks/idiots. I skimmed the last few chapters. I like most of Susanna Kearsley’s books. The Winter Sea was a favorite.
    I am bummed about missing the sew-in.

  2. I’m right there with you on Gone Girl and Girl on a Train. I almost feel like there is a wave of this happening in movies/TV/books right now. Like there’s a pendulum between “the good guy is too good to be true” and “there is no good guy.” I guess it makes each character more believable because they all have flaws, but it does make it hard to care what happens to any of them. It’s why I had to stop watching House of Cards.

  3. iTunes was being jerky and I had to practically strangle the program to get it to download this episode. I was finally able to download it today (April 1 - no joke). Sigh.

    Having fun with words, today?? 😉

    I haven’t read Gone Girl, because it struck as the kind of book that would make me crazy. The disparity in the reviews helped with that feeling. There are plenty of other books. I just finished Tana French’s The Secret Place and REALLY enjoyed it. I had a bit of psychological thrill in it, but nothing gory or toooooooo suspenseful.

    Once you are done with all of the quilts for nieces and nephews you can start working on making them Christmas quilts. 😉

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