Only cooking books or novels as well?
I got back to reading (didn't read a novel for some years, only work related or rubbish mags) when I had Fatima my premmie calf and I'd sit outside with her, so started reading.
Then a couple avid reader friends said I should get a kindle and I was off. As well one friend had over 6,000 novels that she provided, some great books in this lot and a heap I'd never heard of and she's in a book club as well.
I spent most of last year reading all the books commonly known as 'Outlander' by Dianne Gabaldon, honestly she writes in such a way you cannot put her down and I took my kindle everywhere in case of a spare minute to read. They've now been doing a series bases on the books the first episodes shown on Fox (I don't have Fox, as I don't support Murdoch). She's writing book nine and I'm foaming at the mouth waiting.
Then I read a couple of other books one was the true story of a Chinese woman sent as a child to live in Japan who became a spy for the Japanese during WWII "The Secret Papers of Eastern Jewel" a really interesting life she led.
The the Ken Follett Trilogy going from WWI through to George Bush Seniors years... boy you see a lot of what's happening today in these books, very interesting.
And now I'm reading a book recommended by our Cultural Officer at CWA "The Bookseller of Kabul" it's a must read to get some understanding of exactly what life is like today in Afghanistan, most especially for the women.
After I finish this, I think I'll need a good murder maybe a Karin Slaughter or Tess Gerristson as the Trilogy and this one are so thought provoking my poor old brain needs a rest.
I should comment on baking, my oven hopeless baking but one day when I have less to do and a decent oven, I will try.