Happy May, all!
This blog has taken an unexpected two-month hiatus (again) which was necessary but un-communicated. But I’m back in some capacity. I’ve read so many books since my last review, so I’m torn: do I start over fresh, or do I try to get caught up with reviews?
I’m still undecided.
Here are some things to look forward to:
I’m currently reading Death’s End by Cixin Liu, book three in the Remembrance of Earth’s Past trilogy (books one and two are The Three-Body Problem and The Dark Forest, respectively). It’s incredible so far, and I can’t wait to share more with you soon.
I’ve been writing and creating a lot more lately, and I’ll be sharing more on that with you all in coming posts as well.
SUMMER READING IS ALMOST HERE. Every summer, I have a themed reading list (past themes include Hugo Award Winners, Books I Already Own, Books by People of Color, and more!), and starting June first, I’ll start my summer of reading Books for Younger Readers. From June 1 to August 31, I’ll only read YA, Middle Grade, or Children’s books, and I couldn’t be more pumped for this.
I’m excited to be back in the blogging world, and I’ll leave you with this question:
What book for younger readers would you recommend for me this summer? I’ve started my list, but I’d love more input!