- On Turpentine Lane, by Elinor Lipman
- Paris for One and Other Stories, by Jojo Moyes
- Pied Piper, by Nevil Shute
- A Town Like Alice, by Nevil Shute
- We Are All Made of Stars, by Rowan Coleman
- The Novel Habits of Happiness, by Alexander McCall Smith
- Stone Coffin, by Kjell Eriksson
- The Cold Cold Ground, by Adrian Mckinty
This is a very eclectic list, but these are ones I'd recommend; but it definitely depends on the type of fiction you want to read, doesn't it? Some of these are quite dark and some are complete fluff. I need both.
Lastly, I wanted to share another project I've been working on and that's me! I went to the doctor in January and after she looked at the results of my blood work, told me I either needed to change my diet or I was running a serious and fairly immediate risk of developing diabetes. So I cut out as much sugar as I could, drastically reduced the amount of carbs I eat, and increased protein. Basically, I went on a diabetic food plan in order to prevent diabetes. As a result, I've lost 31 lbs so far and I'm pretty happy with my progress. It was super hard at first, but now it's become pretty routine. A picture popped up on my Facebook page from last year's yarn retreat and I was so pleased at the difference, that I thought I'd share.
I still have more to lose but I'm happy with the direction I'm headed.
Hope all are well.