Somehow, given my crazy schedule, lately, I've managed to engage myself in several books.
There's WLT by Garrison Keillor. What can you say about anything written by Garrison Keillor? It's funny, charming, nostalgic and full of characters that feel just like people you've always known.
I recommend it.
There's Lamb, The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore. Actually, I'm re-reading this book because there's just so much in this book that needs to be read slowly and savored. It is entirely preposterous and outrageous and a truly imaginative romp through the Old and New Testament.
I recommend it - there are, however, some people that may be offended by its content. ALL of its content.
There's The Wood Nymph and the Cranky Saint by C. Dale Brittain which I am reading after having read A Bad Spell in Yurt, a book about the Royal Magician of Yurt. It's light and airy - an easy read, but full of charm and it gets you involved. And keeps you involved.
I recommend it. It's magical.