On the Night Table 
Theft by Finding by David Sedaris | The Wicker King by K. Acrum | Red White & Royal Blue by Casey Mcquiston | Crazy Stupid Bromance by Lyssa Kay AdamsHappy New Year, everyone!
I hope y'all got to spend the holidays with your loved ones. Our city is on lockdown so we didn't really do much. But I really enjoyed it, because I didn't have to deal with running around and going from one dinner to another like we used to do. Definitely helped with me trying to stay on track with my health and fitness journey.
On Christmas Day, we dropped off food to my parents, my in laws, and my sister in law. Exchanged gifts outside their houses, and took pictures with grandparents somewhat remotely. The new normal sure is weird, but we do what we can considering our parents are the vulnerable ones.
Anyway, this week, I thought I start off with my reading queue.
David Sedaris is a new found author in 2020. I have been reading his backlist because his humour really clicked with me. I swear, I laugh at the oddest of times whilst reading his books. Also, there is such a lackadaisical essence in the way he writes that makes for a very laid back reading. Theft by Finding is his diary from the years 1977-2002. It's a collection of anecdotes, his thoughts, and everything that he found amusing/interesting during those years. Really enjoying it so far.
The Wicker King has been on my pile of TBR for a while. It looks like it's a suspense/psychological thriller. Also, so far, it's a very readable book.
Red, White & Royal Blue is a re-read. I don't really know how many times I've read this book already. But once in a while, I love revisiting it.
Crazy Stupid Bromance is the third book to Lyssa Kay Adams' Bromance Book Club series. These books are hilarious!
I hope you're all keeping safe, staying warm, and wearing a mask. :)