I always enjoy reading other bloggers’ weekly updates, so I thought I would start sharing mine as well! I will talk about the books that I read during the week and the BookTube videos that I posted, and I will also share some of my favourite blog posts that I came across throughout the week!
One of my favourite true crime books in a long time. I appreciate the shift that the genre is taking in focusing on the victims. Well researched and thoughtfully done. Great on audio!
I can see why Luster gets mixed reviews but I really ended up enjoying it. I’m hoping it will be shortlisted for The Women’s Prize. Loved the author’s writing style and how she explored complicated relationships.
This was a really sweet YA contemporary novel! One I would put in the hands of every teenager I know. I wish I had a book like Fat Chance, Charlie Vega when I was in highschool. I think many readers will relate to Charlie. Also loved the female friendships!
A very atmospheric and engaging story. A book you can read in one sitting while trying to unwind the mystery!
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A weekly reading vlog and getting ready for warmer weather!
I am looking to read more books set in Toronto!
A good, old-fashioned book haul!
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I enjoyed reading your book reviews. Have a wonderful next week filled with words.
Thank you so much!
Ooooooooh Last Call is now on my TBR. Thank you!
You’ll enjoy Ayesha At Last! I just finished Hana Khan and one significant scene is set in Toronto….most of story is set outside of The city in a suburb?
So excited to watch your “Books Set in Toronto” video. Can’t wait for the rest of the series 🙂
Aw thank you! Working on the Montreal one now!
The cover of ‘Fat Chance’ is very Frieda Khalo.
It really is! One of my favourite covers of the year.
Happy to see you liked Luster! I’m not especially invested in seeing it shortlisted, but am glad to see it recognized by this year’s Women’s Prize and I loved Leilani’s prose so much that I’m eager to see what she’ll write next!
I’m curious to see that as well! She’s such a talent!
Glad you’re enjoying Luster! I did as well for the most part, I actually just reviewed it.
Love hearing that. It’s so good!