WWW Wednesday sees its 30th post here on Bookworms Anonymous, which I didn't think I would see in a million years because, and lets be honest, I am not a fast reader and I have gone a month without finishing a book and this part of my blog won't get updated for extended periods of time.
But let me tell you something ... I've finished a book!
I want to begin this review by thanking HarperTeen, our wonderful authors and Karina from Afire Pages for the free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I have thoroughly enjoyed this book and I'm not sure I can put into words just how much I loved this book.
This week I want to talk about an LGBTQ book that seemed to have passed my notice last year. I saw it about and I saw other people's reviews of it but for some reason I didn't think about buying it and I didn't think about reading it. I now feel like such an idiot because it may have been the best book I read all year and the fastest book I read this year.
I actually managed to read a lot more that I did at the beginning of the month when I had to skip a week of doing WWW Wednesday because I hadn't finished a book.
I am hoping to keep going with this rate.
I hope that you have had a good week and you are excited about your weekend. Are people starting to know what a weekend is again now?
It feels like weeks since I finished this book, a book that I was so eager to read but now I'm really not sure what to say about it.
I've been saying for quite a while now that I wanted to get into reading more graphic novels and I finally made good on it. Here is my review of Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me.
I've been so excited to write this review ever since I read Heartstopper Vol 1. I never expected to like graphic novels, but this one I love.
Happy Sunday everyone. Another week been and gone and by the time we get to do this next Sunday it'll be July. Can you believe it? July!
Did we all have a good Pride month? I really wanted to go to Pride this year. I finally felt ready this year and I was so excited to go. That obviously hasn't happened and I hope to be there next year.
There's always next year