Perhaps I'm just craving some nonfiction, maybe this is just a random book pick from my physical Mt. TBR shelve, but it is equally likely that @markk's recent podcast (link here) may have inspired me to start this Duriez's biography of C.S. Lewis tonight.
Of course, I'm also trying to find out whether Duriez style of writing biography works for me. He seems to have written extensively on Lewis, Tolkien, and the Inklings, but he also seems to have a biography of Dorothy L. Sayers forthcoming. It is scheduled for publication in October and I am intrigued because I am hopeful that he will use his Lewis/Tolkien/Inklings background to answer some of my questions about Sayers' interaction with the group and its members.