Happy Sunday bookworms!
I don’t know about anyone else, but Daylight Saving Time has thrown me way off today. Not only the time change, but it was actually 60º here in Ohio today… Is that you Spring?!?
Let’s see what I’ve been reading this week…
*Bookish Weekly Wrap-Up is a weekly post where I feature what books I’ve been reading, which books are on my upcoming TBR, what posts were published on the blog for the past week, any bookish news I came across, and noteworthy posts from around the bookish community.
Recently Finished Reading:
» The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo
A collection of deliciously dark short stories are inspired by classic fairytales & folklore. I LOVED these stories! They gave me Neil Gaiman vibes, so if you are a NG fan, I’d recommend these stories to you. I also adored the illustrations throughout that really enhanced the story.
» What If It’s Us? by Becky Albertalli & Adam Silvera
This was a sugar sweet YA romance. If you enjoyed Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, you’ll also enjoy this one too.
» The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides
One of the best thrillers I’ve read, and I’m not a big thriller fan. I did see one of the big twists coming, but it did not hinder my enjoyment. I’m sure this will be turned into a movie at some point.
» Finding Dorothy by Elizabeth Letts
This book is making me want to read The Wonderful Wizard of Oz!
What Am I Reading Next?:
An activism handbook for teen girls ready to fight for change, social justice, and equality.
Take on the world and make some serious change with this handbook to everything activism, social justice, and resistance. With in-depth guides to everything from picking a cause, planning a protest, and raising money to running dispute-free meetings, promoting awareness on social media, and being an effective ally, Girls Resist! will show you how to go from “mad as heck about the way the world is going” to “effective leader who gets stuff done.” Veteran feminist organizer KaeLyn Rich shares tons of expertise that’ll inspire you as much as it teaches you the ropes. Plus, quotes and tips from fellow teen girl activists show how they stood up for change in their communities. Grab this handbook to crush inequality, start a revolution, and resist!
Have you read any of the books included in this post? If so, what did you think?
What are you currently reading?
What will you read next?
Have a wonderful week & happy reading