Today in this mini reviews post three different books are about to be discussed. There's one that's supposed to be a funny comic, one that's a fun and easy approach for kids that helps learn about gender and the different identities one can have, and the last one is a self-help book that gives tips on brainstorming by yourself.
‘Lord Of The Butterflies’ by Andrea Gibson
This is a book that surprised me. Being poetry and only 96 pages, I thought this was going to be a fast review, part of a mini reviews post. After reading a couple of poems, I felt something inside of me, something pulled me in, and I had thoughts and feelings, and I realized this collection of poems deserved its own post.
‘More Than Bones’ by Craig David Singer
After reading several mysteries and Christmas themed books (for some reason I read more of the first ones when I feel like wrapping myself up in a blanket and just watch the cold and dark weather from the inside), I decided to mix it up a little, and I chose the next book from my NetGalley pile that gets published. It seemed like a nice change, yet it sounded like one that would still not be too much during the rest of the holidays. Well, I was wrong. This book had nothing to do with that cozy tea drinking holiday feel I imagined myself to be reading. I caught up, though, so after the first couple of pages it didn't bother me anymore. I have many thoughts on this one, they have created a complete chaos in my head, but I do my best to conduct them to you. Maybe a cup of coffee would make you good while reading this.
‘It’s a Sin’, by Steve Burford
Come on, let's have a coffee, and read the review of my very first ARC!