Sunday, April 22, 2012

Hour 18

The Book of Madness and CuresChange of plans...I didn't like how the last book was turning out. So I will turn my attentions to a different book about insanity: The Book of Madness and Cures by Regina O'Melveny. About a woman doctor in Venice during the Renaissance...Hey, I'm about to go to Venice to study Renaissance art. Sounds like a good pick. I hope it is better than the last one.

Happy Reading to you all!


  1. If you're still going strong: don't give up now! Make yourself another drink, and read a bit more!

    Wow, going to Venice... {stares into space dreamily}

    Judith of Leeswammes' blog ( as cheerleader

  2. A change is a good thing and the book sounds fascinating. *\o/*


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