Sunday, May 1, 2011

May's Reading List

  April was definitely a month of reading highs and lows for me.  Early in the month, I spent the most amazing weekend at the Books on the Nightstand Reading Retreat and then at the end of the month I got sick where I couldn't read anything for a few days. 
   So let's hope May is a little more balanced (though I wouldn't give away my time at the Retreat for anything.  It.Was.Awesome.)  My reading list:

For Reading Groups:
For Reading Challenges:
For Review:
This should keep me busy for the month!  What will you be reading?



  1. Ruth Reichl is a wonderful writer especially for those who like to read about food. This one might be less enjoyable than her first two just because it focuses mainly on her life as the NYTimes restaurant critic. The others have a broader scope. But I loved it nonetheless. I wish she would write more books.

  2. I read East of the Sun but I don't remember too much about it. I guess it wasn't good nor bad. You've got quite a list there already.

    My May list is (still) short, but I'm expecting some more ARCs in the post soon, after which I may not have so much time for reading whatever I fancy.

  3. I hope the French works for you! How impressive. I haven't started MADAME BOVARY yet, but I'm reading a biography of Flaubert. Quite an interesting man...

  4. i have The Elegance of the Hedgehog in my pile of books to read this month also. i'm only a few pages in, but it's quirky and cute so far.


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