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Thread: Fiction books with a quilting theme

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    Senior Member key4unc's Avatar
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    http://infohost.nmt.edu/~breynold/qu...ion_adult.html

    If you like audio books, look for the cassette symbol.

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    Thanks for the link. They would be fun to listen to while quilting.

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    I've read all Jennifer Chiaverini's novels-wish I could live there! I've read all Earlene Fowler's light mysteries too. Now I have a place to refer to for more stories with quilters in them.

    Audio tapes are not useful to me since all I can do is machine quilting. I do need to rest a lot, for medical reasons, so I can read books.

    Thanks for this!
    Cathy

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    Emilie Richards, also has a series that the focus is around a quilt. Her first one in the series is called Wedding Ring, I just finished it. I don't know if it is on tape.

    I have to admit I am a news and politics junkie and listen to news or listen to c-span while I sew. I try to read every morning and every evening. I love reading as much as quilting.

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