I'm always reading something, usually multiple books at a time.
Audiobook, narrated by the author, delightfully.
I first became aware that Lauren Graham had written a novel because she mentioned it in her memoir, Talking As Fast As I Can. When the novel came up in the list of available mp3 audiobooks in my library's e-collection, I grabbed it.
Someday, Someday, Maybe is set in the mid-1990s. Its narrator/protagonist is Franny Banks, an aspiring actress living in Brooklyn with two roommates, Jane and Dan, and getting ever-closer to a self-imposed deadline to either get that big break in acting or give up and move onto a more conventional life/career track.
A co-worker of mine likes to use the adjective "charming" to praise some of her favorite books, and as I was listening to this one, the word "charming" came to me. Graham's voice--both in the audio and authorial senses--is entertaining: funny, poignant, and bubbly. A book like this written by an actress, about being/becoming an actress, can be self-indulgent and overly precious, but I felt that Graham avoided those pitfalls. There were a couple of meta-narrative moments, but they worked for me.