Seriously, September already over?! I just celebrated my 8th blogiversary this past Saturday, September 29. I knew it was coming, but it came too fast and I didn’t have time to do anything special for it! It was not a stellar month for reading, though better than the summer.
Here is what I read in September:
6 books: 5 in print and 1 in audio = with 1,441 pages, an average of 48 pages/day
1 in audio
= with 10H54, an average of 21 mn/day
by Benjamin Constable Le Délirium Release date 10/13/2018 Genre: Literary fiction Pages: 323 ISBN: 979-1-091-63309-3 Goodreads
Buy the book: NB: the book will be mailed to you from France, but the publisher charges you national fees, as if you were living in France, not international fees! Support this awesome indie publisher!
As the book is published by a small press, basically unknown in the US, Words And Peace is really happy to present to you something really unique, a hidden gem. To keep on your list for a special gift to yourself, or to friends!
I discovered Benjamin Constable five years ago with his Three Lives of Tomomi Ishikawa and really enjoyed his writing style. So when he contacted me a few weeks ago about his upcoming novel, I said yes right away! Love And Invention is set in France like his first book. Even though it’s written in English, it’s published by a small publisher in Avignon, Le Délirium, which is pretty cool – they did a great job with the cover as well, perfect for the book.
Le Délirium also organizes cultural events.