I always stress out about hosting my book club. I worry that everyone will hate the book I pick, they won’t want to talk about it, and that the treats I put out will taste terrible. None of this has ever happened, but I still stress out about it.
ALL HAIL THE GLOW CLOUD!
Wait, what? I mean . . . I’m here to talk about Thursday TBR!
Over the past few years, speculative fiction has become one of my favourite genres, and for a good reason. It blends elements of science-fiction with futuristic, super-natural themes; it can also include elements from dystopian, fanasty, and horror. What’s not to love?
If you’re looking for a new speculative fiction book to try out, I highly recommend Foe by Iain Reid, which is set to hit shelves this August.
If you’re looking for a gripping story to read this summer with twists and turns, personal secrets, and a fast-paced plot, I’ve got the perfect recommendation. Mark your calendars for July 10, because that’s when Her Pretty Face by Robyn Harding comes out!
Another week has gone, and another book has sat unread on my shelf. Well, if I’m going to be honest, it’s more like a few hundred books have gone unread, but this week I’m talking about one in particular: American Gods, by Neil Gaiman.
If you’re looking for a quick, light-hearted story to get you in the mood for summer, I’ve got the perfect recommendation for you! Get your hands on a copy of How to Spot by Sasquatch, written by J. Torres, and illustrated by Aurélie Grand.