Tell Me Tuesday #67


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the geeky chef cookbook

  • The Geeky Chef Cook Book by Cassander Reeder – I think I might the only person who literally just sits and reads a cookbook. I don’t cook. I hate cooking. I only like cooking when I cook with the boyfriend. Otherwise, I find it completely boring and tedious, BUT I love reading a good a recipe. This gets a lot of points for bringing a lot of my geeky food desires to reality.


The easier way to list this would be to list what I’m not reading and move from there. I am about two weeks behind on all of my reading.

  • Tehanu by Ursula K. Le Guin – I basically stalled out on this, it’s good. I’m just in a contrary mood. This tasks placed quite a while after the end of book three, and we revisit some characters from book one and two.
  • Dune by Frank Herbert – This alternates between really interesting and really bizarre. I am enjoying it, I just can’t peg it down really.
  • Salem’s Lot by Stephen King – My first King novel, but I stalled out on it too. It’s not bad either, just lot of set up and I kind of need immediate gratification. Hoping to get back into this, this week.
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2 Responses to Tell Me Tuesday #67

  1. I want to read Tehanu, and of course you know I love Dune! Ha ha. I have read Salem’s Lot, but it was so long ago that I don’t remember if I liked it or not. Most of what I remember comes from watching the movie. 📚

    Thanks for TMTing! 💜

  2. Greg says:

    Dune was hit or miss for me, even though I WANTED to like it. I never read Tehanu, only the first three Earthsea’s.

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