i just finished "The Collector" by John Fowles...
it's not a book i would normally pick up for myself but i was curious. Me and husband watch a lot of (real) crime shows together such as forensic files or cold case files.
This book is linked to many a kidnapper, serial or spree killer. "Criminals have claimed that 'The Collector' was the basis, the inspiration, or the justification for their crimes."
again, not a book i would normally pick up for myself but i was oddly curious and thought i should start off my resolution with reading something outside my norm.
right now i'm in the middle of "A Homemade Life" by Molly Wizenburg and loving it! not only because of the way she writes, but the recipes she shares.
Another resolution of mine is to learn my way around the kitchen. It still isn't easy but i'm less afraid to write down a recipe and think, just do it instead of the fear i usually have or the defeat of-- "there's no way i can make this." Her book makes you excited to learn, as well as a feeling chosen that she's sharing personal family recipes. (a special thanks to Caroline for the book!)
so this week i wanna know:
What book are you reading? or recommend i should add to my library because it's your most favorite read?