Book #30

Knit Two by Kate Jacobs is our next bookclub choice:

A big Welcome Back to a favorite author of ours as we set out to read the sequel to book #26, The Friday Night Knitting Club! The good reading is just never-ending here, isn’t it? Exactly.

We’ve got ourselves 33 chapters in 318 total pages in which we’ll divide our reading/discussion timeline as follows:

So does this book make you want to knit, if you don’t already? Curious.


6 Responses to Book #30

  1. maksbestfriend says:

    Going to breakfast with the hubs here in Hawaii, then I will think, ok think a little bit about getting started on this book…lol!

  2. On a side note – anyone interested in Very Valentine: A Novel by Adriana Trigiani for book #31? It’s first in a trilogy and looks like a winner to me. Your thoughts?

  3. maksbestfriend says:

    This works for me. I just have to order it on Audible. I am working on Knit 2, and a left eye inflammation…again. Ugh. I am going to try to pick at the book this afternoon. I am hoping to be caught up soon. I do apologize for being so slow.

  4. maksbestfriend says:

    I am ordering Very Valentine and True Colors on Audible. Can we pick one of these for next pick? I am still working my way through the book 30…getting there, slowly, but surely…

  5. Shall we flip a coin? I could go with either… still waiting for VV, so maybe that’s a sign we should choose TC. How about if we wait until you’re done with K2 before deciding – speaking of which, where are you now?

  6. maksbestfriend says:

    Hi there, thanks for asking, I am up to page 264 and crunching away. Hoping to be done tomorrow. Hoping…

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