At the beginning of September I came across a post by Jess at the Sometimes Sewist and joined her in pledging to Sew Selflessly in September. I actually made a pledge to make at least 3 items for other people. Well, I have exceeded my pledged amount and have already heard that the recipients of my gifts love them!
I was challenged by Camilla at Making at Marking to list my top ten books. Read her post here. I must say that I found this post hard!! For the last 7 years, I don’t think I have read more than 2 books due to my time being taken up with other things; mainly university studies and teaching. I read loads in my mid to late teens but can’t remember many titles!
So here goes! Some are a little abstract :-/
1. Harry Potter (Full collection…predicatable)
These were normally my holiday books growing up. My Mum works for a book supplier and I always had one on order for the first day of release 🙂 I was the typical teenager who secretly wanted to be a wizard, now I’m ‘grown-up’ I don’t mind admitting it! It’s spellbinding (see what I did there!) how this imaginary world was created to seem so real.