Book news! Sarah Kurchak's book deal got announced today
. I Overcame My Autism and All I Got Was This Lousy Anxiety Disorder
is due out next spring. ^_^
Sarah's a friend, a fantastic writer, and an #OwnVoices autism advocate; I've included lots of her essays in my linkspam posts. (She's on Twitter as fodderfigure
What did you recently finish reading?
A small heap of Leigh Bardugo! I went back and reread Shadow and Bone
and read Siege and Storm
and Ruin and Rising
all in preparation for reading King of Scars
, which I have now also read.
I enjoyed them well enough, and I think King of Scars
is noticeably stronger than the original trilogy, but none of them come close to how much I enjoyed Six of Crows
and Crooked Kingdom
, which are simply very, very different books.
I've made no progress in my non-fiction books. ^^;What are you currently reading?
I'm most of the way through E.K. Johnston's new book, The Afterward
, and it's wonderful.What do you think you'll read next?
I'm down to fourth in line for the library ebook of Holly Black's The Lost Sisters
novella, and should that ever arrive, I will finally read it and The Wicked King
was over tonight and said that she's currently on her second read of The Wicked King
, and she's thoroughly in love with it.) But at this rate it may still be another week or two (or a few) before the novella turns up (or before I cave and spend the whopping $4 on it), so I don't know what I'll actually
read once I finish The Afterward
That said, the things I currently have out of the library are vol. 1 of Rainbow Rowell's Runaways
series, vol. 1 of The Unstoppable Wasp
, and Think Like a Cat: How to raise a well-adjusted cat--not a sour puss
. (That last despite the fact that one of the non-fiction books I'm in the middle of is Adventure Cats