This week, I finished:
- Till You Hear from Me by Pearl Cleage (adult, audiobook)
- Ghetto Cowboy by G. Neri (middle grade)
- Gone Crazy in Alabama by Rita Williams-Garcia (middle grade)
- Red: A Crayon’s Story by Michael Hall (children’s picture book)
I liked them all, but I absolutely loved the last two.
This week, I reviewed:
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As of today, I’m reading:
As If!: The Oral History of Clueless… by Jen Chaney — Yes. Still. Some more. I am almost finished, though! Here, have a GIF to distract you from the fact that I’ve been reading this since the summer. Also, I just finished the section on remembering Brittany Murphy, and it had me in my feelings.
RIP, Brittany. 😦
The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender — I started this on audio but switched to the Kindle version. The author narrates it herself and is decent, but she’s clearly not an actress. I also felt like listening to some podcasts on my commute since I’ve listened to three books in a row. So the audiobook is fine, just not what I was in the mood for.
Also, and more importantly, I checked out The Worst Witch by Jill Murphy from the library! I have never read it before. So exciting! Ah, nostalgia. I used to watch the movie every year, so reading the book should be fun. I’m going to read it Saturday, just because. (Because it’s Halloween, obviously.)
I hope everyone else had a good reading week!