“Read the news; don’t make any”
I got the chance to be on the committee for DC Reads this year, and was so excited that it was a graphic memoir: Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations by Mira Jacob
It’s not even been a full year since the absolute sensation that was the confirmation trial of Brett Kavanaugh and boy, were we all tried.
It speaks volumes that this was the best-selling book of 2018 even though it only came out in November.
October is going to wreck my TBR. There are SO many books coming out,
Mike Pence is one of the most interesting people in the Trump administration and the fact that he’s been able to avoid almost every scandal and major issue within the White House and has actually worked on policy is fascinating.
Spicey is back. The beleaguered and often mocked White House press secretary had, most likely, been forgotten by many since it’s been about a year since he resigned from his post and a lot of upheaval has happened since.
It’s hard to keep up with all of the books coming out any given week, let alone season, but it seems like this fall is an even crazier publication season than could otherwise be expected
The ins and outs of politics are fascinating to read about, especially in the modern age when they can be so crazy, no matter if you agree with the executive decisions being made or not.
How is it August already? And how can so many books I want to read be coming out in one month?
Charlotte Walsh is on the 2018 campaign trail trying to win a Pennsylvania Senate seat but, as we all know, women running for office face some crazy challenges.
Three Days in Moscow, by Fox News anchor Bret Baier, takes a look not only at the titular time in the titular city but Ronald Reagan’s life as a whole