Nightstand Piles Up With New Fiction
I know I haven’t been posting as regularly.
I got some private email grief about this, to which I say:
Thanks for noticing.
You’re sweet blog people, you.
While my writing may be sporadic, the night stand is still filled. (Remember? I had them analyzed for god’s sake.)
But while my writing falling behind is one thing, I’m missing those comments from all of you.
I am used to more activity, people.
Well, the book lists usually bring you out in droves–so pile on this!
This month, it’s a bit hardback bound, so get out those Kindles and iPads to save some dough. There’s been some good stuff, new stuff released. So stay on top of it folks.
In no particular order and definitely aspirational….
1. Freedom, Jonathan Franzen (half way through, loving)
2. The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake, Aimee Bender (on the fence here, anyone?)
3. Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand, Helen Simonson (Hat tip: Peter S)
4. What is Left the Daughter, Howard Norman (author The Bird Artist, good review)
5. I Curse the River of Time, Per Patterson (author Out Stealing Horses, wonderful)
This is what is sitting (figuratively in some cases) on the nightstand.
And for the visually inclined, here for easy identification…
What are you reading BookSnobs?