I read eleven books last month (three of which were audio books), and I’m kind of proud of that. I’m hoping to go a step further and read twelve this month, but first let’s go over what I read!
A week or so ago, I woke up extra early (thanks, brain), got a bunch of stuff done, and wore my injured self out. After hobbling around the apartment for 2 hours, I plopped on the couch and fired up Netflix. Bright was in the new section, and I had been harassed by it daily at work; ads for Bright were popping up on YouTube and Spotify. So I figured, why not?
Fangirls, I bought a good deal of stuff at SPX this year, but I think I did a good job not buying too much stuff. One of the most bizarre (in a good way, of course) things that I bought is this massive book called Action Hospital. Thought it’s written by one person, there are many artists illustrating different parts and different characters. It’s beautiful and strange, and I loved it.
Fangirls, after the attack on Captain Marvel’s team, something bad happened to Carol. In this issue, she’s experiencing hallucinations, memory loss, and straight black outs.
The week marks the start of a very special time of the year. A time where we celebrate the joy of reading, even when some people disapprove of it. That’s right, I’m talking about Banned Books Week, which runs through October 3.
Fangirls and Fanboys, I was so excited for this book. A book about dating specially tailored for those with stereotypically bad social skills? Heck yeah. I was going to read this book, but Eric Smith himself tweeted that Amazon was having a sale on his audiobook, so I thought I’d check it out. It was under $5, so of course I was on that like the proverbial white on rice.
This girl knows how to go on some misadventures, doesn’t she?