I'm still working on the squares for the baby blanket - I've done four; three pink and a cream.
I just finished Madam, Will You Talk?, another of Mary Stewart's thrillers. I so enjoy them every once in a few months. This is one I hadn't read before, and very exciting. Her books just suck me in, and I think a lot of it has to do with the level of descriptiveness; she had an amazing ability for that.
I'm still with The Devil's Right Hand, but now that it's Lent, I'm veering a little toward books which will help me along during the season. Working in a library is funny - I buy books which appeal to me, and then find a spot for them on my shelf. And there they sit, because books at work grab my attention first. And anyway, if I own something, I can read it any time, right? I won't be at the library forever! (although I've been there 25 years already)
Well, Lent is a time to clear out stuff which is hanging around - spiritually and otherwise, so I'm going to be working on my bookcase, among other things.
I found the Miracles of John Paul II. Which aren't really "yarns". But I'll be yarning along with them, anyway.