Monday, May 13, 2013
Thanks for joining me for Mailbox Monday! MM was created by Marcia, who graciously hosted it for a long, long time, before turning it into a touring event (details here).
Abi at 4 the Love of Books is hosting in May. Please visit her fun, inspirational blog.
I got a nice stack of books last week, mostly because I stopped by my favorite Second Glance Books where Rachelle had some set aside for me.
I also got a copy of an interesting book when I went to hear the author/editor speak. If you would have told me that I could sit and listen to a two-hour lecture on the history of, and predictions for, the modern welfare states of Europe and America, I would have scoffed. But Tom Palmer was a riveting speaker. I am looking forward to reading his book:
After the Welfare State, edited by Tom G. Palmer, featuring essays by himself, David Beito, Piercamillo Falasca (Italian), David Green(English), Aristides Hatzis (Greek), Johan Norberg (Swedish), and Michael Tanner. I like the international perspectives.
My books from Second Glance are:
Death of a Cozy Writer by G. M. Malliet. I also have her book, Wicked Autumn, on my TBR shelf.
The Japanese Cat at Home by Nobuo Honda, because it is too adorable!
Morgan's Passing by Anne Tyler
Long Day's Journey into Night by Eugene O'Neill, which is on the College Board's Top 101 list.
McTeague by Frank Norris
Promised Land by Robert B. Parker, which won the Edgar Award.
Posted by Gilion at Rose City Reader at 5:00 AM 3 comments
Labels: Anne Tyler , College Board , Edgar Award
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My son would love The Japanese Cat at Home!ReplyDelete
I like most of your mailbox. I like the Japanese cat book. I like The Murder of the Cozy Writer. I've always been curious about McTeague. I think it's a classic.ReplyDelete
The Japanese Cat book looks good, I will have to look for a copy. I will be interested to see what you think of G. M. Malliet. I liked Death of a Cozy Writer but have not tried the other series.ReplyDelete