Well, this is a prime example of the "the cover got me." It was on the new nonfiction display at the library and the colors and cereal bowl situation all conspired to make me pick it up and flip through it. Seeing the colorful illustrations throughout, and the topic (I am not sure I've read… Continue reading The Way She Feels
Here's a book that I really have no idea how it got onto my radar, but I've had it on my TBR backburner list for a little while now. And within a week, I both saw the first review of it on #bookstagram that I've ever seen (thanks @andreabeatrizarango) and walked past it on a display at the library (it… Continue reading Haben
Y'all - I love Samantha Irby. I read we are never meeting in real life last year, my first of her collections, and it was just...so good! Wonderfully hilarious with that tempering mix of some more serious (though still delivered with Irby's perfect comedic tone) topics. But yea, it was great. So I knew I'd be reading more… Continue reading wow, no thank you.
I have been meaning to read this one for a long time and finally picked it up from the library. I don’t really know a lot about schizophrenia – not for real, all I know is from tv and media. And I’ve seen nothing but amazing reviews of this nonfiction/memoir from an author who is… Continue reading The Collected Schizophrenias
I cut it really close, but this is the final book I needed to finish out the Reading Women Challenge 2020 (this is for prompt #8 “An Anthology by Multiple Authors”). Of note, I’ll post a full compilation of all the books I read for the Challenge, and likely list some favorites of the bunch… Continue reading Disability Visibility