My book-plate is embarrasingly full this summer, and, as usual, I can only wish there was more time to sit back and savor every delicious morsel.
The postman has been good to me of late, delivering all these tasty treats:
Plus, my trips to the library have been quite successful, leading to yet another bookstack:
I’m particularly excited about Unfinished Desires, Gail Godwin’s latest novel. Godwin’s been a mainstay author for me, and I’ve been reading her books my entire life. It’s been quite some time since she’s written a novel, so I’ve been rather hoarding this one (although it’s a library book, so I can’t hang on to it much longer!)
I’ve just finished Commuters, a very thoughtful and well written first novel by Emily Gray Tedrowe. I loved it from the first sentence : “It was a small town June wedding, and the bride was seventy-eight.” My complete review for TLC Book Tours will post this Wednesday.
Now tell me, what’s stacked up at your house??