So here we are it’s the first of the month, so it’s time to tell you what my plans are, and as far as reading goes, I chose 8 books. What I did was I went on my kindle app looked at my oldest books on there. I went one by one and see which ones I want to read and the ones I didn’t want to read any more I unhauled, and I got rid of 4 or 5 which is useful if I say so. Yes, I know I will read more than 8 books, but I didn’t want to pressure myself this month.
The first book I picked was The Gender Games: The Problem with Men and Women, from Someone Who Has Been Both by Juno Dawson – which is about gender but in a memoir.
Check, Please! Book 1: # Hockey (Check, Please! #1) by Ngozi Ukazu – is a comic also about hockey as it says on the title and it has queer characters.
Next up is Desert Desperate by Dana Mentink – somehow on Goodreads, it is listed as Christian Non-Fiction, which sounds interesting.
The contemporary / romance books I chose this month are – Here to Stay by Sara Farizan, which I have a feeling it has LGBT+ character/s. Lulu’s Café by T.I. Lowe and My Favorite Husband (Romantic Comedy Duo #1) by Pam McCutcheon I feel are your typical romance books.
Tapas, Carrot Cake and a Corpse (Charlotte Denver #1) by Sherri Bryan – is a cosy mystery that I think would be fun to read.
Last but not least we have Welcome to Last Chance (A Place to Call Home #1) by Cathleen Armstrong which is giving me coming of age vibes, but we will have to see on that one.
So, here are my two questions:
Is chick-lit only for girls and why?
What book on your TBR are you most looking forward to reading?