Hope everyone is having a good Sunday. It's a beautiful Fall day here in Georgia and Petunia and I are once again chillin' by the fire.
At the moment I am reading Faro's Daughter by Georgette Heyer, courtesy of Sourcebooks (who seems to be taking over the historical fiction genre). It's a nice light read so I should have the review up soon. I have three more of Heyer's so it looks like I'll be with her for a little while.
I added some books to my TBR Mountain this week:
Fiction set in 12th Century Rome.
Venice 1775. I'm excited to read this, having really enjoyed her other novel, To Dance With Kings.
Here are some I added to the equally large wishlist:
Genius and Heroin: The Illustrated Catalogue of Creativity, Obsession, andReckless Abandon Through the Ages by Michael Largo. Brought to you by the LiterateHousewife.