What are you reading, Kathy Webb?

Recently I’ve read Lead From The Outside (Stacy Abrams), The Vapors (David Hill), What You Dont See (Tracy Clark) and am almost finished with No Visible Bruises: What We Don’t Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us (Rachel Louise Snyder) and Dead Land (Sarah Paretsky).

What book has had an impact on you recently?
No Visible Bruises is heartbreaking, powerful, and hopeful. As we see domestic violence homicides soar, it’s past time that we do more to change the situation.
What book from your childhood stands out?
I loved to read as a child, but think my favorite book is one I “found” as an adult: Oh, The Places You’ll Go by Dr. Seuss. I used it as the basis for a speech a couple of years ago, for an elementary school group. Then realized it was for ALL ages.
Any favorite literary memories?
My cousin, Miller Williams, was a poet, and I loved listening to him read poetry. During the early days of the pandemic, one of his poems came to mind, “The Curator,” from his book, Adjusting to the Light. Museums were closed, but I could see paintings in my mind if I paid attention.
In lieu of a photo, Kathy sent over her favorite nonfiction books from 2020.

Do you have a favorite place to read?
I read anytime I can, and in any room or outside. And the car.
Digital, physical, or audiobook?
Hardback, digital, and audio!
Do you judge a book by its cover?
Are you a business or pleasure reader?
I read for business and pleasure.