I can't believe how long it took me to pick up the next book in the Geekerella series. I devoured the first one in a matter of hours, and the second one was no different. I could hardly put it down and the book really spoke to me.
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 love Greek myths, in particular because of my love of Percy Jackson and I can't wait to get through this one.
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'm sure you've been reading all about my days out last week on my Bookworm NOT in Paris post, but if you haven't read that I went out to Liverpool on Thursday and spent a good long time in Waterstones. I bought four books that day and had a great time being back in my favourite bookshop.
The book that we are talking about this week has been on my release radar for absolutely months. I am so glad that it is finally here.
There is a lot of advice I would give to my younger self and quite a few books I would thrust upon her and say "read them now!"
I am incredibly sorry for how late this post is going up. I only decided what topic I was doing about five minutes ago and I am doing the first one I found on the WordPress Reader.
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?