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Readers thread: what or who are you reading right now?

Started “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie” by Muriel Spark on Audible today. Charming and funny! Kind of reminds me of Judy Blume but from the 40s—I bet Ms. Blume did read that book. I have to pause it now and then to look up locations in Edinburgh. One of my favorite aspects of a good novel is exploring the topography of setting.
Just finished - The Six Conversations: Pathways to Connecting in an Age of Isolation and Incivility by Heather Holleman

Currently reading: Trajectory: Tracking the Approaching Tribulation Storm - Terry James, General Editor with Contributors
Still reading Fairy Tale, by Stephen King.
Also reading Ten Steps to Nanette, by Hannah Gadsby (for work), Making Peace with Depression, by Sarah Rayner (too basic for me--really just reading it to see if I want to include it in the resources of the book I've written(, and bits and pieces of a couple of nonfiction for my editing business.
I just finished Gwinny's Button Box series. You can tell the 2 books Stephen King helped write. Also a couple of post-apocalyptic audiobooks.
I'm reading Horse, a book about a painting of a horse and those who had contact with it. It is well written and the parts about Jarret, the enslaved groom moves me to tears which is rare for me. Of course I spent my youth up into my 30s with horses so I love horse stories, but this is something special.