. I love the Spice of Life challenge. This is one that will be easy to finish by the end of the year, because I had already planned to read these books. So far, I finished my non-fiction book: Au Revoir to All That by Michael Steinberger. My review is posted in the current edition of the Internet Review of Books. I am halfway through with my cookbook choice: The Silver Palate Cookbook by Julee Rosso and Sheila Lukins (which overlaps with my "silver" choice for the Colorful Reading Challenge). It is tremendously fun to read this book, although it makes me almost maudlin with nostalgia. I started my fiction choice this week: The Last Chinese Chef by Nicole Mones. I really enjoyed her novel, Lost in Translation, and sinking deep into this one already. And, finally, I am going to get to my "memoir/essays" pick soon: Julie & Julia by Julie Powell. I must read this before I see the movie. This is one challenge that is going by too fast. I think I should have signed up for the eight course "feast" version. Hopefully, Rebecca will host this again next year and I will be a glutton! .
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Challenge Update: The Spice of Life Challenge
Posted by Gilion at Rose City Reader at 6:00 AM 3 comments
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This looks like a great challenge! Good luck.ReplyDelete
I'm in this challenge also and I agree with you - this is a super fun challenge that I would probably read these books anyway. I like your choices and I'm going to check out your latest book review.ReplyDelete
I'm so glad you are enjoying it! I too am going through my books fast and I signed up for the feast! there are just so many more on my list that I haven't gotten to yet, I have to keep reading!ReplyDelete
I'm hoping to get to Julie and Julia, both the book and the movie, this month!