A weird and wonderful novella about a teenager forced to go on an archaeological experience with her bus driver father, her timid mother, an aging professor and a group of impressionable college students.
Scratched that The Secret History itch in a way nothing else has been able to!
I really enjoyed her first book, Body Love, and was pleasantly surprised by the cookbook version of it. Great if you want to grab some healthy recipes without the judgement.
Continue reading “What I Read: January/February 2020”
Every week I share some of the things I’ve been reading!
What I’m Reading Wednesday: #1
Last week I read The Vegetarian by Han Kang. Full review to come but it was GREAT. The writing is truly extraordinary.
I’m currently reading Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle Melton. Melton wrote Carry On, Warrior, which I loved. So far it is the perfect antidote to all of the negativity in the news. Melton encourages us to take in the information and sit in the pain. When asked why she cries she says, “Because I am paying attention.”
Did you know that Dr. Seuss did political cartoons? I didn’t! Some of his work is eerily appropriate for the modern day.
The St. Louis Public Library ransomware attack is finally over.
I’m adding all 25 of these books about refugees to my TBR pile right now.
Christina Hendricks comments on the wage gap.
A great blogger. Read everything People I Want to Punch in the Face writes (including her book due out later this year)
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Outlander premiered on Starz last week. Here’s what Vulture had to say.