I missed last Friday! It was my birthday, and I was on a plane, and I'm sorry! I meant to tell you about the WONDERFUL book I finished last weekend, Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Córdova. I'll be reviewing it in a week or two, so you'll get more information then. But trust me, it's GOOD.
This week, I'm in the middle of three different books... no one should be surprised about this. :) Here's the rundown:
Things We Lost in the Fire, by Mariana Enriquez
This collection of short stories is really good, but it's really creepy! I can't read it before I go to sleep, and that's sometimes the only time during the day that I have to read. But I'm hoping to finish it up (during the day!) this weekend, so I can feature it on the Diverse/Lady Book Project in the week around it's release. It's coming out in the US on February 21st, so be on the lookout!
Here We Are: Feminism for the Real World, edited by Kelly Jensen
I've been WAITING for this book! I'm having to read it on my phone, which isn't ideal, but it's still super good and I'm loving it. The essays are all short and fascinating and I love the variety. I can't wait to get some time to devote to reading this some more. It was slated to come out at the end of February, but I think the release date got bumped up, so go get it!
A Study in Charlotte, by Brittany Cavallaro
Okay, so I've already read this book, but I'm rereading it because the sequel came out last week and I want to get to it so bad! But I wanted a nice refresher and I wanted to reread the lovely words of Brittany Cavallaro again. This is what I've been reading before bed now. And just like before, it's SO GOOD.
What are you reading this week?