Page book - read with 2nd cup of coffee in the morning:
The Lines That Make Us - Essays and thoughts on driving a city bus by a Seattle bus driver. So far it's enchanting.
Kindle book - read while eating here or out:
The Elephant in the Room: One Fat Man's Quest to Get Smaller in a Growing America
- written by a guy who worked (works?) at the same newspaper my ex-husband did and lives in Charlotte where I spent some critical years. He grew up and ate the things that today still make my tongue do a happy dance. It's a really comfortable read even as ironic as it is using it for my dining read.
Audiobook - 'read' every night while I do casual games on the tablet before sleep:
Orphan X - I'm not wild about this one but I don't hate it either. I have an hour left so I'll finish it tonight and then need to find the next one. This is the first in a series. I might read the second but not next.
I usually reserve the Kindle book for non fiction and the audible book for fiction - nearly always thriller/mystery type (not cozy).