I have a lot of books in the queue for April! It’s going to be a hopping month! (HA! Hopping…like the easter bunny…see what I did there.)
Eventide by Therese Bohman (April 10)
According to the summary about the book: “Eventide is a perceptive novel of ideas about love, art, and solitude in our time, and the distorted standards to which women are held in their relationships and careers.”
Sophia of Silicon Valley by Anna Yen (April 10)
First of all, the cover looks cool. And I am a nerd for anything tech. Thought this would be an interesting read. It’s a fictional insider look at Silicon Valley.
Go Ask Fannie by Elisabeth Hyde (April 10)
I liked the cover. What can I say.
Noir by Christopher Moore (April 17)
I am SUPER pumped about this book. I am a huge Christopher Moore fan (his book Lamb is one of the funniest and most clever books I’ve read). I am also a bit scared – this is the first author that I am reviewing that I am a fan of. Stay tuned!
Sharp: The Women Who Made an Art of Having an Opinion by Michelle Dean (April 20)
This looked like an interesting read. It is a collection of short (ish) bios on women who have had something to say. I figure if it’s got Nora Ephron and Dorothy Parker in it, you can’t go wrong.
Whew….I’ve got a lot of reading ahead of me!