Help me choose my next three Persephones
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I've just discovered Persephone and over the last couple of months I've read Miss Pettigrew Lives For a Day, The Making of a Marchioness, and Mariana (I could have read them in a day but I rationed myself!).
Out of the list, The Shuttle immediately appeals. I have been unwell recently, so I'd like to stick to the gentler novels, I think. I'll keep the social commentaries for when I'm feeling a little less delicate.
On another note, I hope you feel better soon.
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Also, I have just finished 'The Carlyles at Home' by Thea Holme. Whilst not fiction, it is a riveting read and so humorous in places, perhaps unintentionally. It has made me want to read more of the Carlyles' correspondence. Most certainly a good read whilst recuperating.
Did anyone attend the Persephone Tea in New York in April, and if so did you enjoy it? I attended and there was talk of getting a Persephone reading group up and running in NYC. If anyone is interested please let me know.
I remember a couple of ladies talking about a reading group in NYC. Were you one of those?
I had a great time at the Persephone tea, and I was hoping that a non-virtual reading group might emerge. I put my name on a list that was circulating with some vague mention that someone would contact me by email but I haven't heard anything. However, now that I have discovered the Persephone group on LT it is a consolation ;)
If anyone fancies an informal meet up in Manhattan to chat about Persephone titles over a coffee/tea let me know.