Hey y’all! I don’t know if I publicly declared it here but I’ve been participating in Nonfiction November. A friend on bookstagram introduced me to the concept at the beginning of the month and I’ve been rolling with it ever since.
If you’re one of the kind souls who keeps up with my monthly wrap ups then you’ve probably noticed that I haven’t read any nonfiction over the past few months. In all honesty, I was avoiding it for the past few months because I needed more escape and I already read nonfiction essays for my classes all the time. That being said, it’s been nice to get back into the genre and pick up things I’m interested in rather than just being assigned to read these things.
Here’s what I read over the course of Nonfiction November:
Hey y’all! I was actually sent a review copy of The Last Mirror on the Left but after hearing the synopsis for the first book in the series, I decided to buy a copy of The Last Last Day of Summer from Cultured Books (a Black woman owned bookstore). All thoughts are my own, as goes with every one of my reviews.
I’m sure you’ve all been on the edge of your seats waiting for my full thoughts on this series ever since my interview with Lamar Giles. Oh, wait, you weren’t? Well, stick around anyway to see if this might be the story you’re looking to add as an upcoming stocking stuffer.
Hey y’all! This review is long overdue. I read The Kiss Quotient last month because I was in a romance mood and I’d heard good things about it. I decided to listen to the audiobook through the CloudLibrary app since I’ve been struggling with finishing physical books. After reading it, I totally understand the hype.
Hey y’all! So I ended up reading this because Kat @ Life and Other Disasters really loves Nina LaCour and she suggested I read this one. It was definitely outside my comfort zone but an interesting read for sure. Today’s review will be pretty short.
Hey y’all! This was my first ever buddy read and it did not disappoint. I’ve wanted to read Allegedly ever since I finished Monday’s Not Coming last year but I was also super scared of how it would leave me. Well, I had good reason for that.
This is going to be a no spoilers review and I won’t talk much about the plot because it’s better to know less going into this one.