If you think this month’s blog is a bit of chaos, then you are right. My head is all over the place, and I forgot that we are in June, which is Pride month. I planned a whole summer TBR, and then I remembered and had to change everything. In my defence, we celebrate pride in September, not in June like the rest of the world.
It has been a good reading week, and the first thing I finished was She Marched by Diana Morland. A novella set about a march after a new administration, the whim, therefore, taking away some rights from some minorities like the LGBT+ community. I needed more from the plot, which you can’t do in just 25 pages. In my opinion, it has patination if more elements are added, but as it is, I gave it two stars
The following two books deal with the death of a sibling and the pain and grief it brings with it. Knowing what I know now and how I felt, I wouldn’t read Finding Pride by Jill Sanders and I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter by Erika L. Sánchez back to back. However, I got Finding Pride in 2015 because I used to get any book as long as it was free.
Even if I didn’t have a clue what it was about. I have been trying to read from my kindle before I buy more, free or not. Finding Pride is still free on Amazon, so if you want to grab a copy, you can click here. Is there a book/novel that spoke to you this week?