So begins the next two months in which literally dozens of books I want to read come out. Crap. September is only the beginning, but what a strong beginning!
Space books seem to be back in the cool kids crowd. I’ve never been a huge sci-fi fan, but I do love speculative fiction and enjoy when space fiction becomes more speculative fiction than sci-fi.
My family refuses to conduct road trips in silence, so when my grandmother and I were preparing for our drive to DC, I headed to the library to pick out an audiobook for our trip.
How did I miss To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and it’s two sequels for so long? How did they never end up on my TBR pile until TATBILB hit Netflix and I binge-watched it TWICE in one day.
The Earth is under attack thanks to rapid environmental shifts and the only answer is..beyond. The Final Six by Alexandra Monir is a teenage space race
I love a good YA murder mystery so I was really excited to dive into The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas, but at the end of the day, I don’t think it really came together as well as it was supposed to
I absolutely LOVE Ellen Hopkins’ book, particularly her YA verse books, and so I was over the moon when my #bookishwish was granted and an ARC of People Kill People showed up on my door step!
Andrew Sean Greer won the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for his novel, Less, but it wasn’t his debut novel.
Amy Poehler wrote a book! But it’s really not what I was expecting and overall, I wasn’t impressed
What is it about grisly crimes, famous misdeeds or unlikeable men and women that draw the eyes and ears and minds of so many otherwise sane people around the world?
An #ownvoices narrative on unexpected disability and overcoming our demons for a brighter future, Brave Enough by Kati Gardner hit shelves August 21st
In honor of Back to School time and the fact that I’m low on ideas right now, here’s a list of books by professors I had during my undergraduate career at Yale.