I just knew Judith's new meme, Bookshelf Travelling for Insane Times would increase my tbr pile. I like the sound of this, that she recommended:
A book of letters by Arthur Conan Doyle. I'm not buying physical books at the moment, obviously, but it's available on Kindle for £9.99. Which is not terrible but I tend not to pay much more than £5 for Kindle books so I'll think on that (and likely as not cave in sooner rather than later.)
And this I saw mention of on Tracy's blog.
Iron Lake by William Kent Krueger is book one in a crime series (she talks about book two) set in the northern woods of Minnesota. This I did buy as it was only £2.99 and who can resist such a setting?!
I really need another new crime series to start... LOL
I finished a couple of books which I haven't reviewed so I'll give them a quick mention.
Firstly, Dashing for the Post a book of letters by Patrick Leigh Fermor, this is my 3rd. book for Bev's Mount TBR read challenge, 2020
Next, The Mapping of Love and Death by Jacqueline Winspear.
Progress on the scarf also continues apace. (Click on the photo for a much better look at it.)
It's now 3ft in length but will probably need to be 5 or 6 by the time it's finished. Quite pleased with how it looks and am thoroughly enjoying knitting again after so many years.