The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Catherine Valente My wonderful husband, Keith, bought this for me after spending some time with Cat in Maine at his residency. The book follows a girl, September, who ends up in fairyland in much the way that one does, and yet is completely original. I am sipping this book slowly, as the colorful writing and descriptions are so dazzlingly beautiful I want to live in her world forever.
The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work by Michael E. Gerber A bit of nonfiction, the E-Myth was recommended to me chiefly by my gorgeous photographer-friend, Stephanie. It's a staple "bible" of successful small business owners, and it's been fascinating to break down the misconceptions and misdirections that I would say most of us in small business take. I highly recommend this book to anyone who freelances or runs any part of a business, even if you've been doing it well.
And I'm still working through A Storm of Swords (the third book in George R.R. Martin's Song of Ice and Fire series) on Audible, to round out my three book juggle. What are you into this month? If you want to check out more of my picks and send me recommendations, here's my GoodReads profile.