If we're not all dead from nuclear war, unregulated gun violence, non-potable water, smog inhalation, untreated health issues, police brutality, or just plain old embarrassment, here are the books that I'm going to read during this (blessedly) short month.
Reading as self-care and the books I read this month.
Wintry reads to warm your soul or chill your heart, plus trivia about the effects of weather phenomena on literature and a recommended reading soundtrack.
I'm going to read (at least) 52 books this year-- and write about all of them.
Perfect, chilly, snow-filled reads for your literary hibernation.
Petit Vour boxes are my ride-or-die for luxurious vegan-friendly beauty.
Witches are powerful, stylish, a symbol of women who are sticking it to the patriarchy. Zombies and vampires are looming large in popular culture, but witches will always be my first spooky love-- with Halloween just around the corner, you'll want to grab some of these witchy books to enjoy.
Mara Wilson has embraced and transcended her role in our collective nostalgia. And she wrote the hell out of this book.
This is the manifesto that everyone should have on their shelf alongside Roxane Gay's Bad Feminist.
I'm not a vocal reader but this book actually evoked a gasp/shriek of horror from me.