February Bookshelf


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Predictably, my February bookshelf revolves around love and romance and marriage. Some are included for the titles alone — like the 1971 classic I Am So Glad You Married Me, bought for $.25 at a library book sale. And no love bookshelf can be complete without that ode to the most horrific of honeymoons – On Chesil Beach. Love is complicated.

Love Books:
Still Life WIth Husband: A Novel | Lauren Fox
Where the God of Love Hangs Out: Stories | Amy Bloom
When Girls Meet Boys |editors of American Girl Magazine
Love by the Glass: Tasting Notes from a Marriage | Dorothy Gaiter & John Brecher  
A Good Man is Hard to Find: Stories | Flannery O'Connor
I Am So Glad You Married Me | Lois Wyse
Not on Love Alone: A Cookbook | Jessie Carry Saunders
Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage: Stories | Alice Munro
A Plea for Eros: Essays | Siri Hustvedt
Sonnets | William Shakespeare
101 Things I Wish I Knew When I Got Married | Linda Bloom & Charlie Bloom
Jane Austen's Guide to Dating | Lauren Henderson
Sweethearts: A Novel | Sara Zarr
On Chesil Beach | Ian McEwan
Love, Work, Children: A Novel | Cheryl Mendelson
Love Walked In: A Novel | Marisa de los Santos
My Mistress's Sparrow is Dead: Great Love Stories from Chekhov to Munro | edited by Jeffrey Eugenides
Book Lust: Recommended Reading for Every Mood, Moment and Reason | Nancy Pearl 

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2 thoughts on “February Bookshelf

  1. RaChelle

    Looking forward to seeing Jane’s dedicated space…and I might need to see a picture of the “newly” arranged living room. Fun, fun. Sorry we missed you today – hope to chat soon. Miss ya. Love ya.

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