2. Reading People by Anne Bogel
Also just finished this one, which I also preordered. I wasn't sure exactly what it would be like, but it was like a group of blog posts on different personality tests, which I did find interesting. A handy guide to dip into when I want to reflect on aspects of my personality.
3. Smitten Kitchen Everyday by Deb Perelman
This one isn't out yet, but she's coming to DC, so I'm going to hear her talk!
Sounded like an interesting collection of short stories, and I'm a fan of Jane Yolen's children's book The Devil's Arithmetic from way back.
I've read some short stories, but despite her popularity, haven't managed to read any of her books or full collections yet. Purple Hibiscus is the One Maryland, One Book for this year, and I'm planning to see her talk next week!
7. Future Home of the Living G-d by Louise Erdrich
I'm kind of so-so about what I've read of Erdrich's in the past, but this dystopian concept intrigues me.
8. Red Clocks by Leni Zumas
9. Exit West by Mohsin Hamid
Two short story collections about current political divides; hoping for some grace and clarity.