Well, if the power stays on this week, I'm hoping to work on getting some reviews posted. I'm already way behind in my reviewing this year (what else is new?), and there are one or two books I read last year that I'd still like to say a few words about. So I really need to stop staring at the mountains of snow around the place, and start working!
- Finished last week:
Quattrocento, by James McKean
- Reading this week:
People of the Book, by Geraldine Brooks (really enjoying this one, so far)
Also continuing with The Magnificent Ambersons, by Booth Tarkington.
- Next up:
Mrs. Malory and Any Man's Death, by Hazel Holt. This is the latest entry in one of my favorite cozy mystery series, and if the weather doesn't improve I may just ditch everything else and settle down with Sheila Malory and her village pals.