Since writing this post the first time a lot has happened. We are in the midst of a human rights movement, and it is important. It is more important than what I read in May. It is more important than my June TBR.
So, I am committing myself to learning. To listening. To reading more books by black authors. To having intentional conversations with my students and children regarding racism. This I promise.
For those who care, here is mt May wrap up:
It started getting warmer mid month, so I was outside a bit more. While I did get to read some outside, I wasn’t locked inside as much as the first half of this month, but I am happy to report I still read 15 books this month! 3 of them were ARCS (Just Saying, Eighty Days to Elsewhere, and Curveball) and one was an early release (The Guest List).
I have reviewed all of them (some coming later this week) on here, but here’s what I read this month! All of them were great and I would definitely recommend them! My favorites of the month were probably Aurora Rising or Girl Gone Viral (sequel to The Right Swipe).