Fall fashion: working it. Turkey: roasted. Shopping: in full swing. Holiday decor: up…well, not quite. Getting there. November was such a hectic month for me, full of family, work, and thankfully, some reading. Let’s see how I did this Non-Fiction November, shall we?Continue reading “November Wrap-Up”
Fall is the perfect time to curl up with a good book and a hot drink – a crisp wind is outside rustling the leaves, but you’re warm and cozy on the couch. When I had the good fortune of winning an ARC copy of Sarah Perry’s Melmoth via a Goodreads giveaway in August, I was really excited to pick up this modern Gothic novel by an author who’s debut novel The Essex Serpent was received with critical acclaim.
Welcome to my first Black History Month/Blackout book review! I just finished Octavia E. Butlers’s Parable of the Sower and am excited to discuss it because oh man, this book is thought provoking.
So, if you know anything about me, you know that I’m a political junkie (and if you don’t know much about me, head over here). I can be perfectly content watching CSPAN and refreshing my Twitter feed than doing most other things. I also get excited about books (fiction & nonfiction alike) dealing with one of the issues I’m most passionate about – getting more women, young people, and progressives in office. In fact, I’m really hopeful about 2018.
Welcome to the first book review posted on this blog! To kick things off, I’ve adapted one of my Goodreads reviews from last year into a slightly longer, more readable form. I’m preparing to write more reviews and I’m looking forward to what’s to come.