Hey y’all! Happy MLK Day for all my friends in the states. The first official Haitian Readathon has come to an end and I feel pretty good about how much I read and did. I was one of the hosts and I also ran the Instagram page so that left me super busy these past couple weeks.
I read four books by Haitian authors during the first two weeks of January. Here’s what I read and a few of my thoughts:
Hey y’all! Classes have officially begun and I’ve got my boxing gloves on to try to keep from getting beat. It’s already been a time, but we’ll get into that. Right now I need you to get a warm drink and fuzzy blanket to fight off this cold draft so we can catch up!
Hey y’all! As many of you know, I’m double majoring in Psychology and English. I love to analyze both books and people, but mental illness awareness is especially important for me. Whenever I hear that there’s great mental illness rep in a story, I immediately add it to my TBR.
Several of these are books I’ve read already while a few are ones I haven’t. I’ll link to the reviews for the ones I have up. Keep in mind that a few of these reviews are also a little older so please don’t judge me. Without further ado, here are the books:
Hey y’all! We’re over a week into the new ear and I don’t know about y’all, but it’s been a wild time for me. We’ll get into that though. So go grab your winter drink, a cozy blanket, and take a seat so we can catch up!
Hey y’all! We’re a week into 2021 and things haven’t seemed to slow down. I don’t know if I’ll be posting an official goals post like I usually do, but I do have 10 books I’d really like to read this year. These are all books I already own and I really want to read them (so I don’t feel guilty about buying more books).
I definitely have others I want to get to this year, but I feel like these ten are calling out to me loudest.