1. Fates and Furies, Lauren Groff
    As part of the List App @BookClub. I loved it and I loved making a weekly list about what I've read. I can't wait for April's book choice. The book club will continue, right?!
  2. Better than Before, Gretchen Rubin
    I'd seen this book pop up in a few lists lately so I though I'd check it out to see what the fuss was all about. So it turns out I'm an Obliger but I also have Rebel tendencies. I tagged the crap out of this book so I can refer to helpful info when needed. Great book!
  3. Life and Other Near Death Experiences, Camille Pagan
    On my Kindle. I really wasn't getting into this book until about the 40% mark. I'm not sure why I persevered but I'm glad I did. The story picked up in the second half and by the end had my weeping as I was reading it on the bus.
  4. Bad Feminist, Roxane Gay
    On my Kindle. These essays were a perfect read in my lunch time. They didn't require too much involvement in a plot while I'm trying to avoid conversation with my boss in the lunch room.