Quilting can sometimes be monotonous and lonely. Some days, the monotony is welcome, and I find myself in kind of a quilting trance. Other days, I get bored and a bit antsy. I found an ideal way to ameliorate the boredom--audio books! I love reading, but my quilting time often comes at the expense of my reading time and vice versa. Audio books allow me to engage in both activities at once!
I love reading fiction, but I have found that I'm not keen on listening to novels. I much prefer non-fiction audio books. My local library is a great source for audio books (I use the Overdrive app). Recent selections have included GI Brides by Duncan Barrett, Beneath the Surface by John Hargrove, Call the Midwife by Jennifer Worth, Instant Mom by Nia Vardalos, and I'm currently working on First Women by Kate Andersen Brower.
What have you read or listened to lately? Any suggestions for my next book?