Editor’s note: Some people tell us about one book they’re reading, and some, like LIZ SOLET of Blue Hill, who sent us this list, have an enticing and varied stack.

“The Narrow Edge: A Tiny Bird, and Ancient Crab, and an Epic Journey” by Deborah Cramer

“Catch and Release: The Enduring Yet Vulnerable Horseshoe Crab” by Lisa Jean Moore

“On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft” by Stephen King

“Truth and Beauty” by Ann Patchett

Mainers, please email to tell us about the book on your bedside table. In a paragraph or two, describe the book and be sure to tell us what drew you to it. Do your reading habits lighten up in summertime? Is the book on your nightstand a devour-in-a-single-afternoon beach read or a long, leisurely read you can delve into on long summer afternoons? We want to hear what you are reading and why. Send your selection to pgrodinsky@pressherald.com, and we may use it as a future Bedside Table.

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