Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag

Well, it’s a few days past the mid-year point by about 10 days and I thought I should probably get this up. Let me know in the comments if you’ve read any of the books mention, what you thought of them, if they were on your radar.

I read All Boys Aren’t Blue by George M. Johnson for Pride Month. I really enjoyed this book. It made me laugh. It brought tears to my eyes. It made me angry. I have heard nothing but good things about All Boys Aren’t Blue and am so glad that I decided to finally read it. As a Cishet individual Continue reading

Six Degrees of Separation: From Evolution to Utopia

Six Degrees of Separation is hosted by Kate over at Books are My Favorite and Best. The rules are simple. A book is announced and you link it by author, genre, themes, settings, etc.

I haven’t done a Six Degrees of Separation in quite some time. The few times I’ve done it in the past, I used a lot of ink and paper to come up my list. But for some reason this list came to me and was finished in about 30 minutes. Without further adieu, let’s get to to it. And, read til the end for the Question of the Day. Continue reading

A Scary July TBR

Happy July! I don’t know about you but I simply can not believe that we have made it through half of the year. Where in the world has the time gone?

It’s been a long time since I’ve posted a TBR. The reality is I really don’t like TBRs because I feel that puts a lot of undue pressure and stress on me. However, I’m really excited about this TBR. I’ve been in a wanting to read horror kind of mood lately and having said that I’ve decided to satisfy that want, that need with an entire month dedicated to scary/spooky reads.

When I was deciding on the books to read for this month, I wanted to make sure that it had a mix of BIPOC authors. And, without further adieu, let’s jump into my July TBR. Continue reading