February Reading Update
It appears that February was not a rock star month for me on the reading front. I actually considered skipping this post but I did that last year a few months in and never posted monthly updates again so here goes..
Last month, I alluded to an amazingly wonderful book so here it is.. .
Tell the Wolves I’m Home is the story of 14 year old June whose uncle dies of AIDS in the early days of the disease. The book was one that was hard to put down and that I have kept thinking about long after I finished reading. In fact, I almost believe I can blame Tell the Wolves I’m Home on my slow reading month. Anything I’ve picked up since finishing it was hard to read in comparison.
When I get stuck this way with fiction, I turn to non-fiction for a bit.
I spent the rest of the month dabbling with writing books like The Renegade Writer’s Query Letters that Rock,
social media books like Melissa Taylor’s Pinterest Savvy
and decorating books like Holly Becker’s Decorate.
I really need to read that book, have heard from several people I trust (and now you, most of all!) that it is marvelous. xo
Yes you must! Although I hope it hasn’t been too hyped for you you at this point- you know how that can happen? It has the same feel as Age of Miracles which I know you loved- a teenage protagonist but an adult book.
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