I have to give a shout out to my cousin, Bridget, who used the term corona-cation in an Instagram post. I’m stealing it, because, it’s a great, positive way to look at what is currently surrounding us in the days of social distancing, quarantines, plans being canceled and a whole lot of anxiety.
There’s another silver lining to this corona-cation, as some reach for the binge watching of Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu and other outlets, we readers line up a book stack and start gobbling up stories like Oreos. After finishing Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reed, my book ambitions for this time are vast and exciting. Here’s what I have lined up:
Hello everyone! I apologize that it’s been a while since my last post — life has gotten away from me, or at least my to-do list! So, let’s catch up with what I’ve been reading so far this summer. It hasn’t been an incredibly productive reading summer so far, but I’m OK with that. Since the Summer Solstice, I have read five books, which I’ll detail here: This Man Confessed; Every Day; From the Corner of the Oval; Daisy Jones & The Six; and finally, American Prison: A Reporter’s Undercover Journey into the Business of Punishment.
Welcome to book reviews, the remix! It seems like you guys didn’t mind my on-air appearance running down all the books in one video, so we’ll go with that! I have been negligent in posting a book reviews post in March, hence why it looks like I read many more books than I in fact did in the month!
Don’t forget to let me know what you thought of each of this books as well as how you’re doing on your book goals for 2019! I am at 11 of 48 books, so, off pace, but gaining steam!