Let the voting begin!
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell: I don't read much nonfiction, but I love me some Malcolm Gladwell. (sidenote: one of the things that caught my eye on Bo's eHarmony profile was a mention of Malcolm Gladwell. Swoon.)
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer: This book is by the same author as one of my most favorite quirky book-turned-movies - "Everything is Illuminated." It got really great reviews and is completely different than my other books on the shelf.
Father Time by ML White: This novel was written by a girl from my high school! Which doesn't seem all that amazing until you consider the fact that each graduating class had roughly 70 students, and the town's population hovers near 2,500. So, it's pretty darn fantastic that she's got a book out there in Published Land. Congrats go out to her!
Yada Yada Prayer Group (book #1) by Neta Jackson: Either my mom or my sister gave me this book, and I haven't read it yet because I've assumed that it's a ripoff of the YaYa Sisterhood book. But maybe not? It's actually part of a 7-book series; I had no idea! Also, it might be a light, fun read after my current book, which is a little heavy and about grief and mourning. And apparently, I have the "party group" edition of the book, which has recipes in it!