Hey y’all. I’ve actually had this review in my drafts for the past three weeks but then life happened. If you want to know more about how you can support the Black Lives Matter Movement please check out this post.
I started reading Queenie right after finishing Color Me In and boy was that a transition. I’m generally weary when it comes to reading adult or general fiction. Contemporary YA has been my niche since freshman year of high school but I think things are shifting for me. I don’t know if it’s the genre itself but I have been wanting to see older main characters lately.Saoudia did a great job of putting that transition into words so I’d highly recommend checking out her review of Color Me In here.
One of my goals for the year was to buy a book once a month and support my local bookstore. I love the place and most of my bookstagram pictures were taken there. I haven’t been borrowing my brother’s camera lately, hence the lack of photos, but I promise I’ll get back on it next month.
Here’s my sixth edition of Down the TBR Hole. This has now become my Monday tradition. As promised last week, I’m trying out a new format for these. I’ve also created a new banner. Please let me know what you think. I’m hoping it’ll make these posts all the more enjoyable for you, my dear reader.