Sorry about my lack of activity last week! I still had a productive week, just not a productive reading week, haha. My boss was out this week, so I’ve been taking it easy. Oh, and I bought more peanut butter!
- Review: The Girl With All the Gifts by M.R. Carey (Intriguing. Mindblowing. Don’t spoil yourself!)
- Mini Review: I Can Hear You Whisper by Lydia Denworth (Touching. Controversial. Thorough.)
- Mini Review: Seeds of Hope by Jane Goodall & Gail Hudson (Whimsical. Inspiring. Google-frenzy!)
- A Week Without Books (aka my excuses for not posting anything last week.)
- Cayce @ Fighting Dreamer made a YA book rainbow for LGBT Pride Month.
- Joséphine @ Book Revel explored the idea of books as objects of cultural consumption.
- Nara @ Looking for the Panacea doesn’t care for ethnic diversity in books.
- Sam @ Cherry Blossoms & Maple Syrup recommended Ava and Pip by Carol Weston as a “funny, charming […] great contemporary middle grade read.”
- Apparently American teens only spend an average of 4.2 minutes reading on weekends. Blasphemy!
- Imaginary food diaries of famous authors. This is perfect I can’t even.
- J.K. Rowling retitles Harry Potter books based on Draco Malfoy’s perspective.
- Nowadays, journalists are less likely to fact-check – which is pretty scary.
- Stephen King wrote an episode of Under the Dome, a TV adaptation of one of his novels.
Do you have any interesting news that you want to share? Let me know!