Goodreads Update Nov. 2021 pt. deux
This was supposed to post yesterday, but after a busy day I was in bed at 6:30 pm. So here it is. Look for a Friday reads later today.
I Hope This Finds You Well by Kate Baer - This is a collection of poems taken from rude comments made on the authors social media pages. They would once have been deleted, but are now turned into poetry and made hilarious.
The Rage of Dragons by Evan Winter - This was on my TBR once, and somehow got removed? Or maybe it's a different edition? Anyway, I saw it wasn't on my list so I added it.
Blood Lite by a whole bunch of people - This is a collection of horror short stories by popular authors of the genre. It's supposed to be funny. I'm down. I honestly don't remember putting this on my list, but I'm grateful to whomever added it.
Anatomy of Innocence: Testimonies of the Wrongfully Convicted by Laura Caldwell and Leslie S. Klinger - And now for something completely different. More social justice writing. I'll have to read this when I'm feeling very strong or outraged after another killer goes free after killing black people.
How the Other Half Eats: The Untold Story of Food and Inequality in America by Priya Fielding-Singh, Ph.D. - More social justice issues around food. I had notice in my moving around various circles, that rich people eat some kinds of food that poor people would never consider, and vice versa. This books looks at 4 families of varying classes to compare their dietary choices.
And that's it. Just 4 new books! Woo hoo!