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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Hobbies and Classics


Hobbies and Classics



I am going to ask the age old question..."What is your favorite hobby? Why do you like this hobby and is there a hobby you would

like to try that you haven't yet had time to actually work it in your schedule?



I am also asking you to tell us some of your favorite classic mysteries? What classic do you never tire of reading?

I really like the Nero Wolfe Series and of course Agatha Christie series. There are others I like but these series I

keep returning to in times of stress.

Every summer I reread Carolyn Hart's "Death On Demand Series" even though it's not yet considered a classic series.

I am finding more and more that I love taking the time to read vintage mysteries. In this genre I am still discovering new to me

authors.....

I think I will start the Ellery Queen Mysteries this fall......

Hugs,

Pamela

2 comments:

  1. Love cross stitching and tarot as hobbies.

    For mysteries - Mary Daheim's B&B series never tires me. And Stephanie Plum and Bubbles Yablonsky always make me laugh.

    WANT to get back and read more of the Little Sisters mysteries soon

    Terri

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  2. Right now my favorite hobby which does not include reading is quilting.

    Not a fan of classic mysteries, but love Stephanie Plum series.

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