The King's Daughter: A Novel of the First Tudor Queen, by Sandra Worth. (Have you read the author's guest post at Loaded Questions?)
The Widows of Eastwick, by John Updike. Not sure why this one was allowed to sneak in...I'm not a huge Updike fan, but we'll give it a go.
The Hour I First Believed, by Wally Lamb. I've read some *bleh* reviews on this one, but I love Wally Lamb so I couldn't help it.
Books that were wishlist-worthy:
- Somebody Else's Daughter, by Elizabeth Brundage; courtesy of The Friendly Book Nook.
- Homecoming, by Cynthia Voigt; courtesy of Chain Reading.
- The Dracula Dossier, by James Reese; courtesy of At Home With Books.
- Things the Grandchildren Should Know, by Mark Oliver Everett; courtesy of The Book Lady's Blog.
- East of the Sun, by Julia Gregson; courtesy of Reading Adventures.
- Flight to St. Antony, by Tony Blackman; courtesy of Bookfoolery and Babble.
- An Inconvenient Wife, by Megan Chance; courtesy of A Girl Walks Into a Bookstore.
Things happening in Blogland this past week....
- Author Neil Gaiman gave us his *ahem* interesting recipe for holiday cranberry sauce.
- Need a good laugh? Head over to 15 Minute Lunch to read about holiday yard displays.
- Historical fiction fans will love the list of upcoming titles posted at Reading the Past.
- Have you supported First Book? If you haven't yet gotten around to this great cause, go over to She is too Fond of Books to grab a coupon for Barnes and Noble online and join in.
- Check out my new favorite recipe blog, Ezra Pound Cake (don't you just love that name?)
Big Summation of the Week:
The American Lit-Bloggers all gorged themselves on a Thanksgiving Feast and will be dieting for the next year to get rid of all the pounds we gained! And it was so worth it.