Books for September

The grasshopper’s horn, and far-off, high in the maples, / The wheel of a locust leisurely grinding the silence / Under a moon waning and worn, broken, / Tired with summer. ~ September Midnight, Sara Teasdale

Penguin Halloween Collection

Now on the other side of the autumnal equinox, I started pulling some Halloween-ish books from my stacks and I realized I have a small selection from a Penguin Classics series. I definitely recommend these for anyone who wants a creepy, seasonal read.

It’s Monday – What Are You Reading?

I have nearly finished Patient H.M. and it has been a fascinating read. I find Dittrich has found the right balance between technical information and human emotion. I had the good fortune to attend part of SIBA in Savannah this weekend as a proxy for The Book Lady, a local store I blog for and generally trade…

It’s Monday – What are you reading?: July 11

I was in a local library lull for awhile (for no reason) but I recently picked up a big stack and have been working my way through them. I just finished Margaret the First by Danielle Dutton. I highly recommend it. It is short but deep and brilliant. Margaret the First dramatizes the life of Margaret Cavendish,…

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