It's going to be a busy day. Had to take down my other laptop that I use for news so I can get to stuff...
About 1/3 of the way through chapter 28. Between reorganizing and shopping and giving hubby quality time, it's been a little slow...but now it's well on its way.
Some of the books on one shelf I'm packing away:
Godey's Lady's Book, bound volume for 1850 (not facsimile, a real antique. The first thing you read about in it is their story about the death of Edgar Allen Poe)
The Compleat Housewife, by Eliza Smith, a facsimile edition of an 18th century cookbook
The Make It Yourself Shoe Book
Williamsburg Restoration Reproductions: A Selection from Craft House, Williamsburg, VA
The last few copies of a privately printed run of knitting booklets I wrote around 2000: Lacy Openwork Knitting Stitch Patterns from 'A Workwoman's Guide' 1838: Selected and Annotated by Sue Stone and Patterns From Miss Lambert's Handbook of Needlework, 1842: Selected and Annotated by Sue Stone. I used to sell'em on Ebay.
Niven and Pournelle's Escape From Hell
Traditional Japanese Furniture
(Hey, how that novel get in this bunch? LOL!) Typical stuff on a reenactor's bookshelf!