It's Thursday! Better than almost the end of the week, it's the day we talk about what we're reading. I'm excited about a book of essays. I've only read the introduction and two essays, but it's a wonderful book. I'm going to Paris in September, with three other women. So, this is the perfect book. It's called A Paris All Your Own: Bestselling Women Writers on the City of Light, and it's edited by Eleanor Brown, author of The Light of Paris. Why are so many books about Paris written by female, heterosexual, white women? Brown wanted to discover what draws women to Paris. Eighteen women, including Brown, have eighteen different answers. I read Meg Waite Clayton's romantic essay about Paris first. There are essays by Cara Black, Susan Vreeland, Paula McLain, Lauren Willig, among others. And, I'm reading the book in between mysteries read for deadline for Library Journal.
So, what are you reading right now? I can't wait to see your answers. It's Thursday. That means I also have a couple meetings, but I'll find time to check on your answers. We're all waiting to see what you're reading, have read, or are listening to this week.