I seem to be kicking-off the new year with a pretty good amount of reading, which is a nice way to start things!
First, to wrap up a few books read at the end of last month…I mentioned The Sudden Appearance of Hope by Claire North in my end of year round-up, with the fascinating premise of a main character everyone forgets within a minute of looking away. I think I might have liked this even more if it had focused more on how she lived her life with that circumstance, rather than turning into a heist (although…I guess she lives her life by becoming a jewel thief!) but I still thoroughly enjoyed it.
I also read two nonfiction books near the end of the year – which is funny, because I read much less nonfiction in 2022 overall. I liked Who’s Raising the Kids? by Susan Linn, which unpacks the influence of marketing and consumerism targeting kids. Very insightful, very relevant when I have an almost two-year-old! Continue reading “What I’ve Been Reading Lately (January, 2023)”