Book Reviews

Carry On, by Rainbow Rowell

Finally!

I read it!

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It only took me four years (it feels like much longer) but I impulse bought Carry On yesterday (because I have a problem) and then compulsively read it all in one sitting, (because I couldn’t stop). I got 200+ pages in and thought, “Oh, I’ll  just take a little break, beat the next gym in Pokemon Shield, come back to it later,” except that it drew me back in with it’s promises of gay and shenanigans, and probably gay shenanigans, so next thing you know I’m back in the book, wanting to both hug and give some strongly worded lectures to the lead characters.

“I’d eat butter with a spoon if it were acceptable.”
Honestly? Same.

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Top Ten Tuesday

Books I Love Reading During the Holidays

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All the holidays are here, and it’s that time of year when people ask me if I have a favorite Christmas book I like to read, and unto them I answer, “Not really?”

Don’t get me wrong, I love Christmas, like… a lot. The music, the lights, the sheer determination it takes to go out and have a Nice Time while the temperature refuses to go above thirty-two for any significant period, it’s great! I love it! I’m doing my best!

Below the cut are five books I like to revisit during Christmas and five books I think I’d enjoy. It’s hard to find books that aren’t romance when it comes to The Most Wonderful Time, and books that deal with magic or science fiction as well as holidays are even rarer. And don’t get me started on trying to find Hanukkah or Kwanzaa books (for adults).

 

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