I finished Eva Sleeps, which was a very good read. I'll have a review soon.
This week I'm deep into Katie Kitamura's A Separation, about a woman looking for her soon-to-be ex-husband in Greece. It's very low key and suspenseful. While she's ruminating over their relationship you can feel the clock ticking in the background. I expect to finish in a day or two.
Stacy Schiff's Véra is keeping me up at night, too. It's quite immersive and interesting. I didn't realize Mrs. Nabokov was Jewish, and the impact that had on their lives.
At the gym I've decided to stick with magazines for a while and keep it light. Plus I don't have any nonfiction galleys I want to trash on the cross-trainer right now. :)
Last week I attended a "spring media lunch" given by Little, Brown, and learned about some interesting upcoming titles. I'm going to do another galley post soon and tell you about some of them.