The second month of 2021, already? An UBER stacked publishing month? Swoon, sigh, all of the above. Like six months ago, after the fun of September 2020, I started panicking about all the great books coming out in February 2021, and now it is here! New Sandhya Menon, new Courtney Summers, new BSC graphic novel,…
That’s what is making me happy–and hopeful–this week. It may be lame…but it’s what I’ve got right now.
A new take on Jane Austen…set in Regency England with a protagonist who reads Jane Austen? Okay…I’ll bite.
We Keep the Dead Close by Becky Cooper was one of those books that I kept hearing about, and I am so glad I started 2021 by listening to this on audiobook!
It’s been a week: two holidays, an inauguration, a new president, and the drop of a brand new meme.
My rom-com kick continues with Sandhya Menon’s adult debut under her pen name–Lily Menon
White Ivy by Susie Wang was tentatively on my new release radar, but when I saw it was a BOTM pick, I picked it up a bit earlier than anticipated
I’m listening to it on replay, and you should too.
A YA book that starts with finding a dead baby in the locker room? Color me intrigued,
Has Angie Thomas done it again? Pretty much.
let’s be very clear that I am VERY happy this week, because I finally binged Bridgerton
There’s so much heart in this book—Peggy clearly has a deep, deep love for the Reagans, and she transmits that to the page very well.