I think we're starting our list over again this month--which makes me chooser.
But is December too busy? Want to wait until January?
I plan to do much reading this month either way. On my list, if any of these should appeal to this group:
My copy of Heather King's "Parched" finally arrived, as did my copy of Jonathan Potter's "House of Words" (poetry).
ALso on the list:
1. Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi--started this last night and didn't want to go to sleep. Funny and dry, full of interesting passages, though Steven Riddle says it might get rough in the middle.
2. "Comedy in a Minor Key" and/or "Death of the Adversary" by Hans Keilson--these just came in on my interlibrary loan, and Francine Prose said they're genius. I'll read anything Francine Prose tells me to.
3. Still wanting to read Murial Spark, Dorothy Sayers, and Marilyn Robinson's "Gilead."
4. Something "Advent-y."
At the movies - in the living room
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