Saturday, September 03, 2005

If you're still in a summer frame of mind, NPR's Summer Reading 2005 may be worth a leisurely browse. If you're already in the mood for fall, the Washington Post's Fall Book Preview will give you heads up on plenty of new titles. I've already placed holds on E. L. Doctorow's The March and Maureen Corrigan's Leave Me Alone, I'm Reading. Kaye Gibbons' The Life All Around Me By Ellen Foster is on the fall list although Amazon is listing it with a January 6 publishing date. That one I'll probably purchase.

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