Happy Monday, darlings! Today I’m side-eyeing the library like it’s their fault I ended up with these stacks because everything came in at the same time. But we all know what it’s like to be a little trigger happy when it comes to requesting. Here’s hoping I can get most of these read before they’re due back or someone else decides they want a turn.
This week I’m still working my way through The Incarnations by Susan Barker—I’m loving most of it, but feel like there’s something about the writing kind of nagging at me. In all fairness, it could be a book hangover from finishing Kathleen Alcott’s Infinite Home, which I absolutely adored. In hopes of avoiding that hangover, I jumped into some nonfiction with Unfair: The New Science of Criminal Justice by Adam Benforado and now I’m just getting started on reading Adam Johnson’s new short story collection, Fortune Smiles.
It’s Monday, What Are You Reading?