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text 2020-06-19 01:15
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review 2020-05-02 19:13
Review ~ Awesome!
Lily - Michael Thomas Ford,Staven Andersen


Book source ~ Gifted


On the morning of her thirteenth birthday Lily touched her father and saw his death. Thinking it was a bad dream, she realizes it’s a curse when he dies that very day. Her mother whisks her away from the village she grew up in to the outside world that doesn’t have any magic. Joining a traveling tent revival the evangelical preacher uses Lily’s gift for his own gain. In the meantime, Baba Yaga has taken an interest in Lily. Which is surely not a good thing. How will Lily get back to the only place she loved, rescue the girl she’s falling in love with, and complete the quest Baba Yaga has given her?


This is a fascinating tale about Baba Yaga and a girl who can see death. Strange and compelling I couldn’t help but drop into the story and stay there to cheer Lily on to a satisfactory conclusion. It defies pigeon-holing and crosses several genre lines. It’s young adult, fantasy, horror, and LGBT. Plus, it’s illustrated! This is my first read of Michael Thomas Ford and I look forward to delving into more of his works.

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review 2020-02-11 12:45
Go With the Flow
Go With the Flow - lilyschneemann,lily williams

I also found this book while volunteering at the library and I’m glad that I picked this one up. Now, I know graphic novels touch on a variety of subject matter but this subject matter is a first for me in a long while (thank you, Judy Blume). As I read this book, the first thought I had was, where was this graphic novel when I was younger?

In this graphic novel, a small group of high school friends come together to provoke a change. Abby, the artist in the group, is preparing for the chance to have a display in an upcoming exhibit in the library. The show features feminist voices and activism. Abby doesn’t realize it but today, marks the beginning of her display.

The three girls find Sasha, a new student, in the hallway needing assistance. The girls immediately sweep in, take her under their wings like good Samaritans, and usher her into the bathroom. They’re nice and honest with her and they don’t leave Sasha until things are under control. It’s now that Abby discovers the injustice that marks the beginning of her art display and the movement that she leads with her friends. As Sasha tries to cope with what has happened to her, the girls try to resolve the issue(s) that they no longer want to ignore.

The three girls welcomed Sasha to their group immediately and they come together to try to change the way that their school handles an issue that has been ignored for quite some time. While this task is underway, the girls talk freely about menstruation. This talk is not restricted, they are very open and sincere, they cover quite a few important issues surrounding this topic, issues that aren’t just mentioned but provide great detail and meaning. I loved the honesty and the emotions that came through this graphic novel. No one held back as they provided feedback or told their own stories as each topic was discussed.

This is an important graphic novel, one that covers a subject some individuals find hard to talk about. Why, it’s hard to discuss? There are a lot of different reasons but in honesty, it’s a topic that should be discussed more openly and honesty. I know, they show the movies and have the discussions at school, but to have a fictional graphic novel that covers this topic, in detail like this one does, is fantastic! Kiddos, to the author for writing such a great book. I highly recommend it.

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text 2020-01-16 16:38
TBR Thursdays* - January 9th and 16th, 2020
Love's Violet Sunrise - Naomi Rawlings
Love's Beginning - Naomi Rawlings
This Will Be My Undoing: Living at the Intersection of Black, Female, and Feminist in (White) America - Morgan Jerkins
Poppies of Iraq - Brigitte Findakly,Lewis Trondheim
The Astronaut Wives Club - Lily Koppel
The Fire This Time: A New Generation Speaks about Race - Jesmyn Ward
Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope--Voices from the Women's March - The Artisan Bakery School
Anchor in the Storm (Waves of Freedom) - Sarah Sundin

*bookish meme created by Moonlight Reader


I forgot to post this last week and then BL went down for maintenance, so this is two week's worth of reading.


Well, I went into No Spend January doing well...until January 12th, when I decided to buy a 99 cent book. Other than that, it is going fine, but that is because none of the books "on sale" are interesting me. And no promos to entice me to spend money on books I do want so I can earn a credit to buy more books. 


My base library is doing an adult reading challenge for the winter called Passport to Reading. It runs from January 1st - February 29th. I picked up my passport this week and already filled in three of the ten categories and I am working on numbers four and five. Five categories finished enters you into a drawing for a $25 gift card to Starbucks; all ten categories finished enters you into a drawing for a $50 gift card to Barnes & Noble. I would be happy to win either one!




Print Additions



Nook Additions

+1. Bay City Belle (In Olde California #2 ) by Shirley Kennedy


Kindle Additions



Library Additions


+2. Poppies of Iraq by Brigette Findakly and Lewis Trondheim


Digital: None


Print Reads



NOOK Reads

-1. Love's Violet Sunrise (Eagle Harbor #0.5) by Naomi Rawlings

-2. Love's Beginning (Eagle Harbor Short Story) by Naomi Rawlings

-3. This Will Be My Undoing: Living at the Intersection of Black, Female, and Feminism in (White) America by Morgan Jerkins


Kindle Reads



Library Reads


-4. Why We March 

-5. The Fire This Time: A New Generation Speaks of Race edited by Jesmyn Ward

-6. The Astronaut Wives Club by Lily Koppel

-7. The Poppies of Iraq by Brigette Findakley and Lewis Trondheim



-8. Anchor in the Storm (Waves of Freedom #2) by Sarah Sundin (already counted in the TBR)


TBR from last week: 326

Additions 2

Reads 8

Total for this week TBR: 320

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text 2020-01-09 21:11
Bout of Books 27 Master Tracking Post - Tuesday and Wednesday's Progress
The Fire This Time: A New Generation Speaks about Race - Jesmyn Ward
The Astronaut Wives Club - Lily Koppel
Courting Trouble - Deeanne Gist

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Monday, January 6th

Currently Reading: The Fire This Time edited by Jesmyn Ward - read two more essays.

IG Challenge: Currently Reading photo https://www.instagram.com/p/B6-110_n3bQ/

Twitter: Participated in the chat


Tuesday, January 7th 

Currently Reading: The Fire This Time edited by Jesmyn Ward - read a few more essays

IG Challenge: Favorite Feel Good photo https://www.instagram.com/p/B7CvC42nM8x/


Wednesday, January 8th

Currently Reading: The Fire This Time edited by Jesmyn Ward - read a few more essays

IG Challenge: Winter Themed photo https://www.instagram.com/p/B7FK64JHzhs/


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