This month, I’ve been busy doing some research for the Sourdough Challenge we’ve started at the forum on Easter Monday. The first part — creating the starter — has just ended, although a few of us are yet to finish with the preparations. We are going to start baking together on Monday, the 1st of May and I can tell it’s going to be a lot of fun.
Here’s my reading list for the month of April:
The Millionaire Next Door (2016 ed.) by Thomas Stanley (cited in the latest Barefoot Investor book) was finally available for me at the library, so I’ve been leafing through that too. I find some of the behaviours identified quite interesting. I am not sure, though, if the figures have been updated, and at times the author tends to repeat a point too often.
Risotto with Nettles by Anna del Conte became available at the library again so I am reading through it when I’m resting. Julie and Julia by Julie Powell is waiting in the wings.
Lastly, I have been referencing (again) One Magic Square and Outside the Magic Square by Lolo Houbein for ideas on planting groups this month and next.
What have you been reading this month? I always love to hear about books that people find interesting — I often wish I lived in a house full of wall-to-wall bookcases!