Doing these a bit late this week, as I’m traveling today–hopefully, anyway, as New York is currently getting hit by another snowpocolypse. I really like snow, except when it may keep me from traveling. Anyway!
Friday Finds is hosted by MizB at Should Be Reading. My Friday Finds this week (and I SWEAR, I didn’t realize they both had “yellow” in the title until I started this entry):
- The Yellow Wallpaper, about a young woman who has just given birth confined to a small, barred room, and who is slowly driven insane, helped along by the hideous yellow wallpaper. Found this one when I was checking out the Women Unbound Challenge and out of curiosity, starting looking at past participants’ reading lists. I found a ton of books that sounded interesting, but this one took the cake. Best of all, it’s available for free online and as a PDF! (Nice review over at Booklust.)
- The Yellow House, about a woman growing up, finding herself, and finding love in Northern Ireland during the tumultuous 1900s. It sounds like a really fantastic historical fiction novel for anyone interested in Irish history. Alayne from The Crowded Leaf introduced me to this one; check out her great review of it here.
What are YOUR Friday Finds? Leave a link in the comments!