It’s been quite a while since my last It’s Monday post, so I have a bit to catch up on. Over the last few weeks, I finished up Mrs. Hemingway by Naomi Wood, The Good Lord Bird by James McBride (my book club’s choice for May) and A Replacement Life by Boris Fishman. I was so impressed by Mrs. Hemingway and will be raving about it later this week, but it’s out tomorrow as a paperback original if you want to make it yours (which you should). I just picked up The Antiquarian by Gustavo Faverón Patriau and The Romanov Sisters by Helen Rappaport. The latter is a big, beautiful chunkster of a book that I’m planning to take on the train tomorrow morning when I leave for BEA.
If you’re taking a peek at this post from the site, you’ve probably noticed that it looks quite different. I had the blog migrated over to WordPress from Blogger last night, so things are bound to be a little glitchy for a bit (I’m still getting feed readers to work properly). Stephanie from New Chapter Designs is going to get it looking much like it did before, just all WordPressed and fancified.
Though I’ll be gone until Saturday evening, I have posts scheduled for the rest of the week, so don’t forget about me! I hope to pop in on all of you, especially your Armchair BEA posts, as much as possible, too.