The book I'm reading right now is "Southern Daughter" by Darden Asbury Pyron. It's the biography of Margaret Mitchell, the author of "Gone With the Wind." I don't normally read biographies, but I've read "Gone With the Wind" and seen the movie and was curious about the life of its author. She grew up in the early 1900's and never quite fit in with the stereotype of the typical southern lady. She was a journalist when few women survived in that environment, but "Gone With the Wind" was her only book of fiction. Her biography is very detailed in its analysis of the motivation and intricate thought processes Margaret went through to produce her masterpiece.