The Day I Ate Whatever I Wanted: And Other Small Acts of Liberation by Elizabeth Berg

As the subtitle suggests, this book of short stories is liberating. Elizabeth Berg is great at getting into her characters' heads and explaining their actions, however bizarre. Most of the time, though, their actions are pretty familiar, and it's only amazing that it feels like the author has been in my head.

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