Bookish Tuesday

Books to Finally Finish This Year

Now that I am finally in the mood to read fiction again there are a few books that I've made decent progress with in the last two years that I will hopefully now finally finish!  1. Beartown by Fredrik Backman Reason #1 for wanting to read it: It is a story about ice hockey! No one has written a decent fictional… Continue reading Books to Finally Finish This Year

Essays, Non-Fiction, Psychology

Girl Logic by Iliza Shlesinger

Self-Help January continues! This book originally came out in November 2017 and I still have an advance reader copy... I've been sitting on it for almost 2 years and decided now was finally the time to read it. I love Iliza, so much so that I decided to use her book for my first "bookface"… Continue reading Girl Logic by Iliza Shlesinger

Non-Fiction, Psychology

Adulting (Updated Edition) by Kelly Williams Brown

I've started referring to January as Self-Help Month. I know it's really in the summer, or something like that, but if working in a books store for the last 4 Januarys has taught me only one thing, it's that the best selling section of the store this month is Psychology/Self-Help. Synopsis From the back cover:… Continue reading Adulting (Updated Edition) by Kelly Williams Brown

Essays, Non-Fiction, Sociology

All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister

Continuing on my feminist/sociology book kick, I finally read (well listened to) a book by Rebecca Traister. SynopsisFrom the back cover: Today, only around 20 percent of Americans between the ages of eighteen and twenty-nine are wed, compared to the nearly 60 percent in 1960. Traister set out to investigate this trend at the intersection… Continue reading All the Single Ladies by Rebecca Traister