I am reading, “Wallflower at the Orgy,” by Nora Ephron
Sum It Up: This laugh out memoir is also heartwarming, commemorative and irresistibly engaging. The people who have shaped the life of Pat Summitt contribute to her legend not only as an esteemed and long time basketball coach but a mother, friend, daughter and unbelievable woman.
Anna and the Tropics: Set in 1929 Florida in a Cuban-American cigar factory, when a new lecturer reads out loud from Anna Karenina, what unfolds is the change in the idea of the American Dream. Nilo Cruz intertwines tradition and the present well in this page-turning play.
TopDog/Underdog: Brothers Lincoln and Booth and their love of the street con game, three-card monte, is Suzan-Lori Parks imaginative and deeply rooted story about their discovery of life, passion and the pursuit of learning family identity.