It's been a while since my last Weekly Wrap-Up, but I'm making up for it today by briefly reviewing all the books I've read in the past two weeks. 1. The Cheerleaders by Kara Thomas 💙 This was tense, taunt and heavily atmospheric. Compulsively readable with a great, flawed and intelligent protagonist. I found that I … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #9
It's day 3 of my 18 Days of 2018 feature and if you missed the last two parts, you can find them here and here. Today, I'm sharing 18 books I've read this year that have what I consider to be good mental health representation. My criteria for this is that it isn't the defining characteristic of the … Continue reading 18 Books With Great Mental Health Representation
Monthly Goals: I want to read at least: At least one book by BAME authors and/or one that contains BAME characters At least one book by an LGBT+ author or that contains LGBT+ themes At least one book containing themes about mental health issues/disabilities I'm going to tackle one bullet point at a time and … Continue reading Did I achieve my Monthly Goals in June?
June has come to a close and with it, so has the first week of my new enterprise of book blogging. Now, I haven't been blogging throughout most of June, but oh boy, have I been reading. This month I've read 28 books, so my review for each book will be limited to a sentence, … Continue reading June Wrap-Up