I want to read one of book club's favorite authors: Marla Semple who wrote Where'd You Go Bernadette? Her new read is called Today Will Be Different, about one woman's reinvention of herself.
Since we're getting into the thick of fall, I'd like to switch to red. Let's drink Malbec, a wine that's typically found in Argentina or France, and which each region produces a very different flavor. Most likely, you've had Argentinian Malbec, which tends to be fruit forward with flavors of blackberry, plum, and black cherry. The French Malbec is more leathery and tart, and a little more tannic. Lucky for us, this wine goes great with cheese.