This week I read the Journal of Major George Washington, 1754, which is a book translated to English. (Yes, I know that doesn't sound quite right. Turns out the original (English) journal was confiscated by the French in 1754, translated to French, the original destroyed/lost, then the French one was "discovered" and translated back to English in the 20th century. So it's a book translated to English!) I also read The Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks, which is a graphic novel.
Previously, I've read:
Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo, which is a YA bestseller.
The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah, which is a book set in Europe.
The Fireflies Book by Brett Ortler, which is a book that's under 150 pages.
Tea Time for the Traditionally Built by Alexander McCall Smith, which is a New York Times bestseller.
Prohibition Bakery by Leslie Feinberg with Brooke Siem, which is a book I can finish in a day.
Situation Momedy: A First-Time Mom's Guide to Laughing Your Way Through Pregnancy & Year One by Jenna Von Oy, which is a book written by a celebrity.
Meridian by Josin L. McQuein, which is a science-fiction novel.
On Becoming Babywise by Gary Ezzo with Robert Bucknam, which is a book recommended by a family member.
Circa Now by Amber McRee Turner, which is a book that takes place during Summer.
What We Lost in the Dark by Jacquelyn Mitchard, which is a murder mystery.
Near Enemy by Adam Sternbergh, which is a dystopian novel.
The Forever Girl by Alexander McCall Smith, which is a book with a blue cover.
The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan, which is a book from the library.
The Saturday Big Tent Wedding Party by Alexander McCall Smith, which is a book about a culture I'm unfamiliar with.
Mama Tried by Emily Flake, which is a satirical book.
The Young Elites by Marie Lu, which is a book that takes place on an island.