So, I'm going to be moving on to some non-fiction for my next book.
The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August was lots of fun. It was so much more than I expected it to be after its beginning.
Then I read Patrick Rothfuss' The Slow Regard of Silent Things. I cannot begin to describe how reading this novella makes me feel inadequate in any sort of field of putting words together. This book has no dialogue, but there is conflict, and action, and tension. It takes place in Rothfuss' Kingkiller world, and had me riveted the entire time.
But now, I'm on to Self-Made Man by Norah Vincent. I'm not sure where I came across the book, but this may be another Kinja/iO9/Jezebel reference. It initially strikes me as a Black Like Me kind of book, but i'm intrigued.