Friday Reads 11/22/19
What will I read this weekend? That is a hecking loaded question. I have a ton of new books. I have a few library books checked out. I have some books started from last month that I need to finish. I have many books I need to read for my reading group. Not to mention the 300 books on my shelves I haven't read. So what will I read? Maybe one of the following?
Questioning Library Neutrality edited by Alison Lewis - This is a collection of essays that talks about how it might not be a good thing that libraries are expected to contain all sides of any issue. People are entitled to their own opinions, but not to their own facts. Is it ok for libraries to have publications that state that the earth is flat? This is an interesting question I have struggled with.
Over the Top: A Raw Journey to Self Love by Jonathan Van Ness - I finally got this in today. I'm pretty stoked. Also, it's quite short.
The Bone Houses by Emily Lloyd-Jones - If I am inclined to pick up one I started last month and put down, it will probably be this one.
I'm not committed to anything right now. So we'll see what happens. What are you reading?