Persephone Readathon #2 Open Post: Days 6-7

I can’t believe how quickly this readathon is flying by! Hope you’re all enjoying your Persephone reads.

Here’s where you can share what you’re up to on days six and seven of the Persephone Readathon #2. (See Open Post: Day 1, Open Post: Days 2-3Open Post: Days 4-5)

Don’t forget to share your readathon experience and follow along with #PersephoneReadathon.

As always, more details about the readathon can be found on my Persephone Readathon Page


Discussion Question #4

If you were gifted a six month subscription to Persephone Books, which six books would you choose? (The full book list can be found here)


 

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  1. I finished Saplings. You can read my review on my blog.
    If I could get a six-month subscription (yes, please!) I’d go with Miss Buncle’s Book, The Persephone Book of Short Stories, The Victorian Chaise-longue, The Children Who Lived in a Barn, Miss Ranskill Comes Home, and Lady Rose and Mrs. Memmary.

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  2. Tantalizing possibility! The Persephone Book of Short Stories; Heat Lightning; Good Evening, Mrs Craven; Katharine Mansfield’s Journal, The Hopkins Manuscript; and The Winds of Heaven. Or. Every Eye; The Carlyles at Home; A House in the Country; Cheerful Weather for the Wedding; The New House; and Marjorie Fleming, Or some combination…

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    1. We can dream, right?!! I think you have some excellent picks here. I really enjoyed Cheerful Weather for the Wedding and the half of the short story collection I’ve read so far. I really want to read Mansfield’s Journal, A House in the Country, and The Winds of Heaven too.

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