What’s On Your Nightstand?

Where do these weeks go, fellow readers? April is nearly gone, and I have yet to read seven books on my own nightstand (although I’m 2/3 of the way through the one I picked up today: You Are the Love of My Life by Susan Richards Shreve, out in August from W.W. Norton, and I strongly recommend it to fans of Anne Tyler, Marisa de los Santos, and Joshilyn Jackson).

I’m also working my way through An Uncommon Education by Elizabeth Percer, The Land of Decoration by Grace McCleen, A Land More Kind than Home by Wiley Cash, and the last three issues of The New Yorker.

How about you? I’m looking forward to seeing who shares the longest list, this week…