I cancelled my cable about a month ago, because I was watching too much "crap" and getting too riled up by politics. Best decision ever! I have read 11 books in a month. I've always read a couple books a year (hides head in shame) and I can't believe I wasted so much time watching housewives fight. (haha) I just finished "The Water is Wide" by Pat Conroy. Just loved it! I am on the waitlist for: -"Before We Were Yours" -'The Heartbeat of a Wounded Knee" Have these on my wish list: -"I Thought We'd Never Speak Again" -"An Apple a Day" (not about teaching, about eating disorders) -"Sticks and Stones" -"A Teenage Brain" -"Look at Me in the Eyes" -"The Righteous Mind" -"Dopesick" -"The Divorce Papers" What are your reading recommendations? I may try to read some of the classics again, because I haven't read them since middle/high school. By the way, I am really not into historical fiction. I find most of it corny. JMO, of course. I am going to try "Before We Were Yours" because the reviews are so good.