I’ve been looking forward to Persephone Week since I saw it on Paperback Reader‘s blog a month ago. It officially begins tomorrow, May 3, but I began last night by opening To Bed With Grand Music by Marghanita Laski.
Hopefully, I’ll be able to finish a few more on my shelf before the week ends.
Tucked between Dorothy Whipple’s Someone At a Distance and Lidia Matticchio Bastianich’s Lidia’s Italy is a present I bought for myself from Persephone on Mothering Sunday. I’ll open it on our Mother’s Day, but would you care to hazard a guess at the title?
Until then, expect lots of thoughts about Persephone books around the blog-o-sphere this week. What will you be reading for it?