I am ready two books right now, one is in the series that I mentioned previously - Agatha Raisin amateur detective series by M.C. Beaton and I am really enjoy a non-fiction book called The Sweet Life in Paris: Delicious Adventures in the World's Most Glorious - and Perplexing City by David Lebovitz. It's funny and educational at the same time plus it has delicious sounding recipes in it as well
That Agatha Raisin series sounds fun. Reminds me of the Aunt Dimity series by Nancy Atherton that I was reading a few years ago - really enjoyed the. I;ve seen the Sweet Life in Paris and that looks good too.
I'm reading too many books right now: Practice Resurrection by Eugene Peterson, Addicted to Approval by Joyce Meyers, Yellow Duster Sisters by Susan . . . ? I forget her last name but a good memoir, and a few more. Since getting a Kindle, I am reading more than ever, nevertheless now there is just a new place to pile up the books (albeit the digital ones don't take up any space!)