At the end of this month it’ll be a year since I finished studying. With that will come an epic personal melt down as I consider what have I actually done since then? Other than blog and a series of uninspiring jobs, that is.
Grown up life is hard, you guys.
But that is why we have books, so we don’t have to think about it so much.
This month I reviewed..
John Dies @ The End – David Wong
Feelings: This book will always occupy a very strange corner of my heart.
The Art of Asking – Amanda Palmer
Feelings: Sometimes trusting strangers doesn’t get you murdered.
Feelings: Frustration and anger, mostly.
Me Talk Pretty One Day – David Sedaris
Feelings: I originally brought this because it was on a list of ‘books to read in your twenties’ (I don’t know about you, but I am obsessed with such lists), and all I can say is… yeah. You probably should.
Dorothy Must Die – Danielle Paige
Feelings: This book was let down by shoddy storytelling and an over reliance on sexist tropes. But I might still read the sequel.
I also wrote about…
My OTPs (I can’t believe I left FitzSimmons off this list. There is so much adorable happening there right now).
The podcast of the month was Harmontown.
Happy May, everyone.
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Happy May, I hope you’ll have a great month!
You too 🙂
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