Only a week in and I've had a pretty productive 2021 in terms of reading. So, far I've finished The Mothers by Brit Bennett (excellent, but I preferred The Vanishing Half), A Conspiracy in Belgravia by Sherry Thomas (#2 in the Lady Sherlock series--which is a fun one), and Our Darkest Night by Jennifer Robson (very typical, very predictable WWII novel. I'm sure I won't even remember it next week).
I'm about to start The Sound of Gravel by Ruth Wariner, which has been sitting on my TBR bookshelf for 5 years now. However, I've heard a lot of people lately mention that they really liked it, so I thought it might be time to give it a try. I have The Eighth Detective by Alex Pavesi going on my kindle and really enjoying it so far. Finally, I have the audiobook of Sex and Vanity by Kevin Kwan going. It's...okay. I enjoyed the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy, but I was pretty much done with that whole schtick by the end of the 3rd book. I thought S&V would be different, but it is basically another CRA book. But, the narrator is good and it is enough of a diversion to occupy me when I'm out walking.