Check out my September Reading List. Full of drama, YA, and urban fiction.
My list is short this month. Mainly because I didn’t finish my list from last month. Last month’s list was HEAVY, and as a result, I only got through the fiction and none of the non-fiction.
The majority of the list was non-fiction and I tend to read non fiction MUCH slower than I do fiction. The exception being Educated which was a memoir that was so out there that it felt like fiction.
Caste By Isabel Wilkersonwas on my list last month, but I read the first chapter and knew I was not in the mood for it. So I put it aside until when I am. Which given the current state of the world, won’t be anytime soon.
I find this book both confusing and fascinating. I have thoughts which I will post in my Goodreads review. I have highlighted a sentence or two, but mostly...let's just say for now I cannot relate. But then again I can...ROFL.
This book is so fascinating! I love reading about my favorite two royals and I spend a lot of time wondering how they got all of the details! I know they said that Harry and Meghan didn't talk to the authors of the book but SOMEONE did! OMG
I’m going to finish these two because I started them and they are interesting enough to keep me going. Plus I’m trying to read a chapter of non-fiction a day in the mornings as a part of my morning routine.
I can't remember where I heard about this book. But it's about girl of Jamaican heritage navigating the world as a second generation immigrant, trying to fit in with the world of her family and white society at large.