Sparrow by Mary Cecilia Jackson will stick with you. It's poignant, well written, and engaging. This book was nothing that I expected but something that may hit home. This book deals with some extremely serious events, so be warned and ready to have that discussion with your child if/when they pick this book up.
It's Wednesday and that means it is time to answer the three Ws! What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? And what do you think you'll read next? Take a look at my answers! #WWWWednesday #BookBlogger
The prompt this week is from Deanna @ A Novel Glimpse "The Last Ten Books That Gave Me a Book Hangover." I like most (if not all) book lovers have experienced a book hangover. I honestly don't experience the book hangover too much, so I'm making a list of the books I can remember giving me a book hangover. For me, a book hangover happens in one of two ways. The first way is when I loved a book so much I can't possibly think of reading another book. The second way is when a book affects me so profoundly, I have a bit of numbness afterward. Sometimes, it's a little bit of both. The list I came up with is filled with both types of books.
Danni tagged me over on _ForBooksSake in The TBR Book Tag, and I am honestly a little scared to answer these questions because it will force me to look into the void that I call my TBR. 2020 is all about doing things that scare me, so join me as I stare into the void and try not to drown in the infinite piles of books that stare back. Psst. Give her blog a follow. She's AWESOME!
With Macmillan taking a stance against libraries with their new eBook embargo, I have decided that I will not be purchasing any Macmillan (and their imprints) books until two months after publication. This is one of the hardest decisions I had to make because I love Macmillan. Some of my favorite books are published under St. Martin's Press... Continue Reading →