Books that have lingered on my nightstand

It’s been a while since I’ve posted to this blog–okay, months–but life has interrupted my reading schedule and I haven’t lingered over a good book recently–except a coffee table book entitled, One Writer’s Garden about Eudora Welty’s Mississippi home and garden–but that treasure is unique. I just wanted to tell you that I’ve started, but not finished, (read into that what you will) Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (because I’m going to Savannah soon and wanted to read the definitive book,) Dolci di Love (because I’m going to Italy later this summer and wanted to get psyched for the trip,) and The Immortal life of Henrietta Lacks (because my husband is a pathologist and I thought this would give me a glimpse into his world.) All in all, I’m left hungry for a good story. Thankfully, I stocked up recently at Barron’s so maybe there’s a delightful story in my future.