I thought I’d give you a preview of some of the books I will be reviewing this month.I have SO many on my TBR list that it was difficult to choose just a few…but here goes…
I am currently reading The Masterpiece by one of my favorite authors, Fiona Davis. So far it doesn’t disappoint. It is the story, told in two time periods (seems to a trend in many of the novels I have been reading, wasn’t a fan, but am adjusting to them…this one definitely works!), of the art school housed in the Grand Central Terminal in New York, one of my favorite NYC structures. You know how much I love historical fiction…this is a fascinating little known story…..I’ll post the review next week.
Next up, I’ll probably review a long over due non-fiction work by another of my favorites, Julia Reed, South Toward Home. I always love her books and her other writings….informative, funny, and very, very well written I never want to finish her books and that is a compliment….I think we are in for a good read.
Torn by which of these titles to read next….maybe The Dinner List, intriguing to me and hopefully to you since that is one of the questions I ask each of my nenasnotes Profile guests to answer…”who would you have, living or dead, to your dinner party?” Should be a fun read
Or maybe I’ll switch gears and go with another author whose works I enjoy, Natasha Solomon’s and her House of Gold. Another historical piece set in Austria and England during the World War I era. You know I love any story set in England and that time period….we shall see!
Of course I need to re-read Bonnie Cashin Chic Is Where You Find It by the Uber talented, Stephanie Lake, who is joining this month’s nenasnotes The Fashion Book Club and then read what looks like a stunning addition to the Christian Dior oeuvre Dior and His Decorators by Maureen Footer, this is the October selection for nenasnotes The Fashion Book Club.
Stay tuned for my reviews on each (go to the nenasnotes Archives for my review on the Bonnie Cadhin book). As the song says….the beat goes on, or should I say the books go on and on and on…..
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