I’m linking up with The Sunday Post hosted by Kimberly @Caffeinated Book Reviewer.
Hey y’all! Things around here have been insanely quiet of late. It’s kinda nice, actually.
I’m excited to watch the new season of Grace and Frankie when I have some time, and I just binged The End of the F***ing World, which was cute and funny IF you like really dark, weird stuff, which I do.
In bookish news, I am planning a trip to Denver, (I live about an hour away) to do a post about awesome indie bookstores there!
I did two book reviews this week! (click on the picture to see the review):
Bookish Boyfriends is SO effing cute. A narrator in love with boys in books, but what really stands out is some AMAZING girl friendships.
Between Me and You is a story about a marriage, told from the perspectives of both wife and husband, though one is telling the story forward and one backward.
I really liked this week, reading one YA, one adult novel, and one poetry collection. I would love to keep this up, and think it may be what I shoot for for the future!
Dear Dwayne, With Love. I’m not going to lie to you, I totally judged this book by the cover and I want to love it. I am really, really hoping for no fat shaming, though the book is (at least partially) about a woman who tries to lose weight.
This Love Story Will Self-Destruct. How cute is that title?! Apparently it’s like a re-imagined When Harry Met Sally? And a NA title, which I’d like to read more of this year.
I’m not going to do a whole post on this, but I also read Wild Nights, a poetry collection this week. The collection is made up of five sections and five female poets, ranging from Sappho in ancient times to Edna St. Vincent Millay, a much more modern poet. You can click the picture to see my review on GoodReads.
I hope everyone is having an incredible week, and I can’t wait to read your posts!