Mailbox Monday hosted by Unabridged Chick for February.
A Pulitzer prize winner. (I do get to them late but I do get to them eventually)
I am a sucker for anything to do with Venice. Don't know anything about this one. I hope its not too soppy!
Read her before.
Impressive reviews on this one. Set in the last decade of the 19th century.
A story of two women. Like this kind of story.
Immigrant stories are the other genre I like.
One of history's most famous femme fatales. Whats not to like?
England 1148. Elizabeth Chadwick a favourite author of mine.
Westminister 1184 in the court of King Henry.
Read her before and liked her book. This one about a journalist.
This was a win from ages ago.
I am not adding to this mailbox the books I have already reviewed - they are already up.
Talking to the Dead - Helen Dunmore
The Marsh King's Daughter - Elizabeth Chadwick
Guppies for Tea - Marika Cobbold
A few green leaves - Barbara Pym
My reading has picked up and this last week saw me reading almost a book a day which was a huge improvement on my earlier month's reading pattern which was dismal.
Hosted by Book Journey.
Am currently reading Foreign Affairs - am finding it a bit slow but halfway through and seems to be picking up pace for me now.