Read Stormlight Archive 4, "Rythm of War" and plan to review.
"Gideon the Ninth" and "Harrow the Ninths" by Tamsyn Muir, which were both quite fun.
Reread "Fine Structure" and "There is No Antimemetics Division" by QNTM.
I read some books and short stories by an author who I later discovered to have been reasonably credibly accused of rape. I'm not linking them here, but I worry that I'm making the ethically wrong choice by not linking them. Because I enjoyed them, and the accusations may be false, and even rapists should be able to earn a living, no? It's a complex ethical situation.
"Steelheart", "Skyward" and "Starsight" by Brandon Sanderson, all of which were meh.
"Wolf Hall" was very good.
"The Calculating Stars" was not.