How do you pick your next book?
I just finished the excellent, devastating but cringey Tell the Wolves I'm Home by Carol Rifka Brunt. I'd been reading it over a few weeks on my lunch breaks, but last night I went home and plowed through the last third of the book.
The problem is, I don't know what to read next. I picked up a nice little selection from our employee book sale* earlier this week. So my options are above. Which one?? Perhaps something light for the holidays, or should I get something new and something trendy from those pesky year end "best of" lists? I'll probably have to wait a few days until I can get over Wolves before I know what reading mood I'll be in next.
I'm leaning toward Delancey by Molly Wizenberg at the moment, but that could change quickly. How should I decide?
*Every year, The Chicago Tribune sells the books it receives throughout the year at a deep discount and gives the money to charity. The sale is only open to employees, and it. is. glorious.
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