martes, 4 de agosto de 2015

Spanish Lit Month 2015: 7/26-7/31 Links

Barring any unexpected changes to my travel & leisure plans over the next couple of weeks, this late Spanish Lit Month 2015 links round-up bringing everybody up to date on the reviews from the last week of July should be followed by a regularly scheduled one this Sunday intended to bring everybody up to date on reviews from the first eight days of August.  After that, it's anybody's guess because more travels, visiting family (and maybe friends) far away from the soupy confines of New England, and finding a way to eliminate the weak link of oatmeal out of today's otherwise perfect vacation meal plan of chiles rellenos and enchiladas will only leave a limited amount of time for this fatass' blogging in the near future.  In related news, I'm now three book reviews behind on my SLM 2015 posting schedule for July and August and--more importantly--it appears I've just run out of beer in my 24 oz. Corona Extra.  Time to go fix one of those two problems!

Bellezza, Dolce Bellezza
The Discreet Hero by Mario Vargas Llosa

Caroline, Beauty Is a Sleeping Cat

Chelsea, The Globally Curious
Selena Sirena by Mayra Santos-Febres

Frances, Nonsuch Book
A Heart So White by Javier Marías

Grant, 1streading's Blog
Down the Rabbit Hole by Juan Pablo Villalobos

lizzysiddal, Lizzy's Literary Life
While the Women Are Sleeping by Javier Marías

Maria Behar, MindSpirit Book Journeys

Mee, Bookie Mee
The Invention of Morel by Adolfo Bioy Casares

Scott, seraillon
Where There's Love, There's Hate by Adolfo Bioy Casares and Silvina Ocampo

 Stu, Winstonsdad's Blog
Polaroid by Suso de Toro

Tony, Tony's Reading List
Una vez Argentina by Andrés Neuman

2 comentarios:

  1. Ahem ...
    While The Women Are Sleeping - Javier Marías
    https://lizzysiddal.wordpress.com/2015/07/30/while-the-women-are-sleeping-javier-marias/

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    1. Sorry, Lizzy--my bad! I've added you to the master SLM post at last, so hopefully these oversights will cease if you continue reviewing Spanish language stuff in August. Cheers!

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