(Three books lie side-by-side. 1. A Song Below Water by Bethany C Morrow shows two Black girls, standing back-to-back, their hair flowing beautifully against a blue background. 2. Call Down the Hawk by Maggie Stiefvater shows the silhouette of a hawk descending, talons out, in a beam of light. 3. Starfish by Akemi Dawn Bowman shows a jelly fish, a turtle, and some other fish sketched in white against a deep blue and purple background.)

Books of 2020

2020 was the first year in a long time that I was able to read enough books to actually have it be worth it to make a list of my favorites from the year.

Favorite Things, December 42nd

I’m not the first to make the observation that it hasn’t really felt like a new year (see the not-very-original “December 42nd” joke in today’s title). Everything in day-to-day life has been the same as it was before January 1, and the world certainly isn’t looking improved or new in many ways yet. However, though … Continue reading Favorite Things, December 42nd

Books of 2020

Due to health and other life complications, over the last several years I haven’t been able to read as much as I would have liked to. I was lucky to finish more than a few books in a year, so it’s been something of a surprise that in this year that has been hellish in … Continue reading Books of 2020

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