What should I read next?

I finished Circe today. I loved it enough that I can’t decide what’s next. What have y’all read recently? I tend toward stuff that is a wee bit outside the norm. Although I guess I could read the Birch Point Beach Book Club book, “Perfect Match” and maybe even participate in the club. Jodi Picoult is not my fave author but she is a decent writer. And then there is “The Woman in Cabin 10”, apparently another beach book, although not a beach book club book that I know of.

Today was my last day at Cubelandia for a while but I am not on vacay quite yet. I will be working most of next week in the Lyme Lounge on the Shores of Gitchee Gumee. I hope it will not be as hot as it was during my last stint of working there, a few weeks ago. I hope it will not be as cold as it was during my stint there last summer when I was wearing Smartwool socks, a polartech jacket and using a space heater. I think it’ll be somewhere in between. I used to pinch myself that I had a decent job at all. Nowadays I am pinching myself that I have the wondrous Lyme Lounge to work from when I am not working from Cubelandia.

Tonight we deviated from our long-time pattern of walking down to the Oscar Tango for dinner on Friday night. It is art fair and I think we have lived here long enough that we both feel a bit jaded about the art fair. We don’t really need anything more in our house at this point so we could arguably be buying stuff to take to the Kiwanis sale. Instead, we got our weekly dose of porterization over at HOMES Brewery, a PDQ walk from our house. It was crazy and loud over there tonight but it was fun for our last night on The Planet Ann Arbor for a while.

2 Responses to “What should I read next?”

  1. Margaret Says:

    I couldn’t finish “The Woman in Cabin 10,” since I’ve discovered that I really don’t like the way Ruth Ware writes. And I generally love mysteries! Hmmm. I haven’t read anything lately that I would really recommend. I jump around in genres, and it’s tough to know what others like. 🙂

  2. l4827 Says:

    I like all kinds of books–romances, biographies, mysteries, geology, fables. I like ‘lighter reads’ sometimes. That’s what I am reading now–‘lighter reads.’ The author’s name is Elin Hilderbrand. She writes books that take place on Nantucket Island. I am reading “Barefoot” currently, just finished “Summer Affair.”