Book: Can We All be Feminists? edited by June Eric-Udorie Reviewer: Jeriann Age/Genre: Non-Fiction, Essays, Politics Reading Accoutrements: Note-taking paraphernalia (writing utensils, paper, audio recording device, computer, whatever method works best for you, you’re gonna want to have notes to refer back to!) Content Notes: Society-inflicted trauma and discrimination based on race, class, body, immigration…
Like my other review this month, this book was given to me for my birthday. My husband saw it and thought it looked like something I’d enjoy. He knows me pretty well, that one.
...I was just excited because the cover is a giant middle finger and I absolutely love to hate on Lean In.
This past week, I've been in Ireland on vacation, which involved two flights of over eight hours. So naturally, I took my Kindle and got some reading done! Since I'm still recovering, you're going to get a list of what I read and some brief thoughts instead of a full review.
Book/Author and Year Published: The Chaos of Longing by k.y. robinson (2016) Reviewer: Jeriann Age/Genre: Poetry Preferred Reading Environment: The bathtub Reading Accoutrements: Lots of bubbles and pretty-smelling things Content Notes: Sexual Assault, Racism Having a husband that works at the library definitely has perks! Once in a while, my husband brings home a poetry…
Everything is Going Wrong is a collection of comics about punk music and culture and mental illness.
Toil and Trouble is a collection of short stories about women and witchcraft.
As I was cataloguing the books in my home and setting aside horror-related books for October, Monsters of Templeton caught my eye.
The Strain is the first book in The Strain Trilogy, and I am hooked enough to already have confirmed that the rest of the trilogy is available through my library’s audiobook app.
Shirley Jackson writes my favorite type of horror - creepy and ambiguous, relying largely on characters rather than violence or the supernatural.