snapshot 7.16

recently finished: Suit Your Selfie, a Pearls Before Swine book by Stephan Pastis. I am a big fan of the PBS world, except for when the writer gets too deep into his own puns. But I like Pig a lot. I can relate to him. Is that weird? Also, I finally finished Andy Cohen's Diary. It was a fun read, incredibly superficial, perfect for a spare 5 or 10 minutes of a stressful day. You have to be a pop culture addict to get into it, but if you are, it's a very fun read. 

currently reading: The Breakdown by B.A. Paris, who had a monster hit last year with Behind Closed Doors. This one is even better. It hits stores this Tuesday, so I'll be talking about it Tuesday night to share my thoughts and encourage everyone to check it out. I'm also reading Amy Ettinger's Sweet Spot, about a woman's obsession with ice cream and her journey to find the perfect scoop. 

up next: Michelle Richmond's The Marriage Pact, an in-depth look at the rules of a relationship and what happens when those rules get broken. And I just got a lovely box from Simon & Schuster which included Kevin Hart's I Can't Make This Up, Fredrik Backman's A Man Called Ove, and Ruth Ware's In a Dark, Dark Wood. So I have plenty to keep me busy over the next week.