Books I Read This Week 2017 – 32

I started the week with Made For Love which I wasn’t sure about reading but once I started I found myself wanting to keep going. It was interesting in the end and I am glad I read it.

I then jumped to the very short Make Your Bed which was fantastic advice. I love books like this which are mostly really great graduation speeches. It wasn’t as profound as the David Foster Wallace one but that’s a diamond in the rough.

I then read The Turquoise Table which I knew nothing about but I loved. I wish I could do this in my neighborhood, too, but there’s so much holding me back here.

I then read Less which I kept wanting to put down but it said it was going to be super funny. It was okay but I didn’t ever connect to it much. 

I then read Rabbit Cake which I’d been looking forward to for a while. It was nice but it also wasn’t amazing.

I am now reading After On which is a bit of a crazy ride, a bit too close to home but still an engaging read.

Here’s to more books next week!

Books I Read this Week 2017 is a year-long project for 2017. You can read more about my projects for 2017 here.

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