Okay, so saying that March and April 2019 were stressful is a grand understatement. But I don’t want to focus on that, so I’ll leave it at “stressful”. Instead, I want to bring attention to me getting back into reading and blogging after a busy semester! I still have finals this week, but I’ve already scheduled three posts a week through the end of May, and I have a pretty big event coming up in June, so I think it’s safe to say this blog is out of hiatus. Plus I’m getting back into reading and have already made progress on the book listed below as not finished in April. But I’m getting ahead of myself! Here’s the wrap-up for April 2019.
Hopefully, you’ve already heard, but if you haven’t, I’m here to tell you about 30 Days of Pride! To celebrate Pride Month, Tay @ Stay on The Page and Kitty @ Jellyfable are co-hosting an event with me, and we’re looking for guest posters for the entire month of June! We still have plenty of spots left, so if you want to talk about what makes you proud to be a part of the LGBTQ+ community in a space where dozens of others are (virtually) there to celebrate with you, then definitely consider contacting one of us to guest post. We’d love to have you join our line up.
Finished Reading in April 2019
Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston
My rating: 5 Stars
Review coming: May 14th
Started or Continued in April 2019
The Social Justice Advocate’s Handbook: A Guide to Gender by Sam Killermann
Started: April 15th
Format: Physical Copy
Anger Is A Gift by Mark Oshiro
Started: February 21st (I know, I know!)
Until next month!