April’s Reading List

  Ok, April is going to be a great reading month.  Why?  Because I’m going to the Books on the Nightstand Readers’ Retreat April 8-10  in Manchester, Vermont.   I cannot tell you how excited I am about this — not only for the time away from the office (yay!) but also for the opportunity to meet like-minded bibliophiles and learn about some new-to-me authors.  Full report to follow upon my return (that is, if I return — The Northshire Bookstore is a place I may not want to leave!).

  Anyways, before I load up on books at the retreat, here is what my reading plans are for April:

  For book groups:

  •  Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes, translated by Edith Grossman
  • Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand by Helen Simonson (I’ve read this already — and loved it — but I might try to re-read it before my group meets)

  For reading challenges:

 For those who celebrate, I hope you have a wonderful Easter celebration and/or a joyous Passover this month.


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